Ate here the other night while in town on business. I started off with the lentil and spinach soup. This traditional soup is simple, but very flavorful. For my meal, I had the lamb sish kebab with grilled veggies, rice and tabouli. The lamb was tender and full of flavor while the tabouli had a nice kick of lemon, garlic and mint. Again, another simple dish done right. Their Turkish coffee was spot on and the homemade baklava is made with cane syrup instead of honey. While some prefer the honey flavor, I think it overpowers it. Get the pistachio when you go.