When it comes to Turkish cuisine one can explore from an abundance of recipees.
This restaurant is a typical family restaurant mostly known in Turkey as Locanda where dishes follow a traditoonal authentic tecipee.
Choices unfold with dips,entrees,bourek(filo pastry based pies)and grilled or bbq classics.
I tried Yoghurtlu whoch is mutton kebab dtessed in a paprika/tomato yoghurt sauce sitting on crusty turkish bread.
The portion was generous to be shared among 3 diners if you are in a group.
The decor atmosphere is not something to rave on.
Staff quite reserved but attentive.
It is cultural in Turkey that the customer is respected and somehow you may feel distant.
They have an amazing selection of pastry sweets available also takeaway from $5 $6 $7 a punnet but available per kilo.
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