This is a great restaurant. I wasn't sure exactly what to get so I let them choose, and I had the Lamb Couscous, which they said they only make one or two of every day and people will call and reserve it a few days in advance. Not to be undone, it came out on separate plates, with the amazing couscous on one plate and the quite impressive lamb shanks simmered with whole potato, carrot, onion, zucchini. It was very good. The flavors were mild, but very complex, and the whole thing was worth the amazing smells. Other folks had the mixed kabob, salmon, and spanakopita, all of which were delectable... the spanakopita was uniquely good compared with other places.
Also, I don't usually like Turkish coffee, but it was excellent here. And the baklava was also good.