My son and I ate there on New Year's Eve. We did not have a reservation but were seated right away. The restaurant had purchased lots of New Year's hats, horns, and noisemakers, which some of the kids were using. The restaurant was quite full. We ordered two appetizers. The first called Cigarette Borek was a "cigarette" of fried phyllo dough with dill flavored melted feta cheese. The dough was fried golden brown and not the least bit greasy. The cigarettes were loaded with cheese. I personally don't like a lot of feta cheese or dill but if you enjoy these flavors, this is the appetizer for you. Our second appetizer was hummus. The hummus was house made and likely the best I've ever had. It was delicately seasoned with cumin and lemon juice, drizzled with olive oil, and garnished with paprika and an olive. It was delicious. It was served with factory made Pita bread that was warmed up on a grill. It would have been heavenly with house made Pita. I had the Shish kabob. The lamb was cooked perfectly. The seasoning was very tasty. It was a big helping on a bed of rice. There was some pickled red cabbage was tart but not too tart. Also on the plate was a part of a grilled pepper which still had the seeds in it. There was a wedge of grilled tomato as well. It was all quite good. My son had the lamb chops. These were cooked medium rare and quite tender. They were not heavily seasoned like the Shish kabob, letting the flavor the chop come through. Initially, we were served the wrong order, however the staff corrected the mistake with no questions asked. We were not asked but had to ask ourselves for more water and bread. For dessert, we had Baklava which was was more than enough for both of us. The restaurant has some lovely Turkish decorations and pictures. It is a BYOB restaurant. The price for two with appetizers, dinner, and one dessert was $63.
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