This restaurant serves true Turkish food, prepared in the Turkish style.
I ordered some lahmacum (a very thin crispy bread, topped with the most delicious ensemble of spices and beef, a MUST!) and for desert, some kadaif.
The service was good-our waitress knew enough english to help us out with our questions regarding the menu.
When you enter the restaurant, it feels different then the outside and the rest of Warsaw. It is more lively, it feels more Middle Eastern and Turkish.
I would recommend this restaurant to anyone. It is tourist and local friendly. The food is delicious, and was reasonably priced.
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