Hidden in the back of a shopping center is a lovely Turkish Cafe now celebrating more than 20 years of feeding locals. Ayse owns, runs and is always present at the cafe and if you eat there more than once she knows you or in...More
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Clean and pleasant little restaurant with Superb service and excellent Middle Eastern food. It has lots of parking space, and the proprietor is friendly and sociable. Portions are generous and food is attractively presented.
Visited the restaurant for lunch. It was clean and the wait staff were friendly. I ordered the luncheon special which is a pasta salad and lentils soup. It was very tasty and I wish I could've had more. The pasta was fresh and as expect...More
Ayse personally recommended what to eat and totally took care of me, even brnging my own hummus plate to dip my crackers separate from everyone else's. Food was delicious!
We've been dining there on and off over the past 20 years, and it's always cozy and the food is yummy. Great homemade specialties and Turkish coffee with sweets. It's a typical hidden hole-in-the-wall gem kind of place.
Excellent authentic Turkish style cuisine, reasonably priced, in an informal setting. Attentive service, convenient free parking.
Ayse's was as good as usual. My rock cornish hen was delicious, as was my wife's salmon, and they have a good selection of Turkish sweets for dessert. We were with a large group of friends, and the others enjoyed their meals, too. The servers...More
Some friends who live in Ann Arbor took me to this restaurant, assuring me that I would love it. And I did! The food is reminiscent of our stay in Turkey, with flavorful soups (the lentil soup is excellent), the best cabbage roll I've ever...More
We visited Ayse's on a recent trip to Ann Arbor. We love Turkish food and have travelled to Turkey. This is not a fancy place to eat. You order at the counter by the front door and they bring the food to your table. The...More