Why We Go: Kebap is the main thing at this newish Turkish restaurant, but the menu holds all sorts of unusual delights if you dig deeper. The smart setting will encourage making the effort, as will the excellent lunch buffet. There's also belly dancing on Friday and Saturday nights, if that's your thing.
What We Eat: Try the beef-and-lamb adana iskender kebap platter, if you're feeling traditional, but we're big on the modest but excellent mezze selection. The pide--boat-shaped Turkish flatbread pizzas--are perfect lunchtime fare.
What We'd Change: They're probably a pain to deal with in a week-in week-out restaurant setting, but no pilafs? And no breads other than pita?