My husband and I first dined at Turquoise Grill the weekend before July 4, 2010. A very good friend gave such a glowing report that we felt compelled to go. From the moment we walked through the door, Jim (the owner) made us feel as though we were old and dear friends. I have never met a more gracious host in my life. Because we were unfamiliar with Turkish cuisine, he spent a few moments explaining each dish to us. It all sounded so delicious that we were unable to make up our minds. So, he let us go ""off menu"" and put together a family style meal with a little of this and a little of that. Now, I must tell you, they serve the best lamb in the city - bar none! The prices are reasonable and the food is always fresh and tasty. I like the little, homey touches -- unlimited hot tea, shepherd bread, the warm conversation. All of these things made our first experience at Turquoise Grill a success. We went back the next week with our daughter, and again last Saturday (August 21). Jim remember us each time come and always greets us with a friendly hello and a warm hug. Go to Turquoise Grill and see for yourself. I promise, it will not disappont.