We went on a Tuesday evening and it was very quiet - we were the only diners - and I felt that was a shame because this restaurant deserves diners! A friendly eatern european (maybe not Turkish though?) girl served us and the food was very good. The garlic sausage and flat bread were great starters (the flatbread was more like a pillow-bread, so puffed up was it - yummy), and my main course was packed with flavour and came with an (optional) chilli sauce that was genuinely hot. Finished with lovely baklava, which was served with an interesting foamy cream. My wife had some lamb which I thought wasn't quite as packed full of flavour, but she did think so and was very happy with it and it was so tender, it just fell apart when touched by a fork. Have recommended to family.
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