The newest addition to the spate of Mediterranean restaurants in the city, this tastefully done up place with comfortable seating and a cheerful ambience, beckons you instantly. The food menu is exhaustive and apart from Turkish cuisine, which is the mainstay, it includes, Italian fare, which seems a bit of an aberration. The 'Moroccan Chicken' and 'Lentil Soup', is mildly flavoured, but palate-pleasing nevertheless. The 'Tabbouleh Quinoa Salad', offers oodles of crunch and a medley of tangy flavours, which add zing to the taste buds. The 'Labneh Stuffed Falafel' is well-executed and reminiscent of the ones sampled in the region. The 'Spinach Feta Triangles' will melt-in-your-mouth. Abundant options for vegetarians too. The hearty 'Lamb Kibbeh' is well-marinated and grilled to perfection. The good quality ingredients are evident in each dish and the food is high on flavours. The Turkish food here is outstanding and one does not feel the need to try the Italian dishes. The portion sizes are generous and value-for-money. Do not miss the 'Baklava and Vermicelli Kunafa' here, for dessert. The staff is well-trained, courteous and offers efficient service.