So glad we found this place! The wait staff were extremely friendly, helpful, and really knowledgeable about the food ingredients. The atmosphere is a comfortable blend of industrial and traditional. Portions are generous and Prices are reasonable. And then there’s the food...everything from the apple tea to the baklava was fantastic! The humus is the best I’ve ever had in a restaurant and they make their own special Turkish version of old favorites like tabouli that are amazing. Everything was fresh and hot (or cold accordingly). We had the Adana platter (beef kabobs) and the Manti (Turkish dumplings) which were both excellent. All the platters come with humus and bread, salad, and rice. You absolutely have to try the Kunefe. It’s enough for two people and positively to die for!
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