There are quite a few hints as to what this restaurant is all about. If the swooping ottoman lights and the grand painting of the Bosphorous Bridge don't give it away, the food certainly should - it's Turkish all the way. And then there's the name - for those that really need it spelled out.
The food selection is certainly extensive. Mezze options include baba ganoush, tabbouleh, spinach borek, falafel, Turkish sausage with halloumi, and kuzu ciger - freshly diced lamb's liver with an onion salad. Mezze platters are available to make things easier.
The mains go big on things from the grlll - think mixed, shish and kofte kebabs, marinated lamb chops, chicken wings and fish cooked over coals. Further traditional Turkish dishes include stuffed vine leaves, meat-stuffed aubergine, an aubergine and meat casserole and a range of pide - Turkish pizzas here topped with things like Turkish sausage, minced lamb with garlic, pepper, tomatoes and parsley, or feta, parsley and sliced tomato. Kids meals, feature too.