Located in a strip mall location. It's a cute little place for Turkish food. Cute decor and nice furniture. The bathroom was unisex but large and stocked.
I never had Turkish before so I can't really compare it. The chicken and spinach was okay, I could have made it. But the chicken with carmelized onions was very juicy and delicious, the rice was lightly seasoned with pine nuts and it was refreshing.
The revani we had for dessert was overly sweet. This cake just isn't for me. It was seemed dried out and then soaked in syrup.
The turkish tea tasted like any other black tea. Nothing special. Maybe I should have went for the other drinks.
Overall, it was satisfying. I would come back to try their sandwiches.