This is a low key, very comfortable Turkish restaurant with charming service that has a broad menu that most people, especially those who haven't had the pleasure of visiting Turkey, myself included, would describe as Middle Eastern. It's going to take my wife and I a while before we can try every item on the menu. And after having only eaten there twice, we loved what we had the first time so much that we repeated it the second time we went there: the Mixed Appetizer platter (absolutely delicious, with homemade stuffed grape leaves, char-grilled babaganoush, creamy dill-seasoned yogurt, and more, accompanied by slices of crusty homemade bread along with the most sensuous pita bread I've ever had, including on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn.); Piyaz Salad, white kidney beans, garnished with onions, tomatoes, parsley, carrots, and live oil vinegar dressing. As an entree, we shared the succulent Chicken Shish Kebab, marinated and with the distinct aroma of charcoal grilling. When it came time for dessert, having had enough experience with the restaurant's culinary mastery of Middle Eastern cuisine, we decided there was nothing on the menu that wouldn't delight us. So we shared a rice pudding. I won't take the time to describe it here. But the small dish of ground Thai cinnamon that accompanied it puts to shame any of that McCormick's anemic cinnamon that you buy at the supermarket. I'm getting hungry just writing this review. So I'll stop now and highly recommend you experience this restaurant's food (and attentive service) for yourself.
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