This small strip-mall joint serves up surprisingly delicious fare. Don't miss the homemade bourek, a to-die-for spinch-and-cheese-filled flaky pastry. A large portion costs only $3. The stuffed grape leaves are flavorful and lemony, and served warm. The Iskender plate is a huge portion of beef doner, pita bread, tomato sauce, yogurt and fragrant rice. All highly recommended. The large chicken shish kebab sandwich is okay, not outstanding, although the accompanying yogurt sauce is especially yummy. We finished off our meal with Turkish coffee and a generous portion of flaky baklava containing a nice balance of honey and nuts and phyllo. Despite the counter service and small dining room, we received gracious service, and our meal was served on real dishes, not plastic. We'll definitely be returning.