I understand that there are a few ‘Midpoint’ restaurants around the city. Anyways, the point being that it does not feel like a chain. I went solo midweek about 10 and the place was packed. Looking around at the clientele, its quite swish with a mix of business diners, elderly well-to-do and women ‘doing dinner’, reflected in the contemporary feel to the whole place. Was seated quickly and a cold Efes materialised in seconds. Menu is huge with a mix of all kinds of food. Never quite sure of large menus but looking around, all the food looked pretty good. Decided to go Turkish with a Sirloin Kebob on yoghurt and fingerling potatoes. Very good as was the Turkish Sauvignon Blanc that I ordered to sloosh the meal down. Nice coffee to end the meal at about 11..the place still quite busy. Whilst often eating alone and feeling like the proverbial diner/leper, I felt very welcome. Perhaps this was because out of a large number of people, most looked native. Always a good sign.
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