The Döner kebab, popularly found on the streets of Turkey, resembles shawarma but differs in taste. It is made up of sliced meat from a rotating machine called a spit, vegetables and some secret sauces, all wrapped up in a flatbread. It's quite filling. Pair it up with Ayran and you have a full meal.
Dürüm is a wrap with all the fillings similar to a Döner kebab.
What I loved and would keep coming back for is the Pide. Call it the Turkish pizza. It is a flatbread with ground meat (almost like chicken kheema) and toppings.
Try the crispy chicken schnitzel with a side of creamy mashed potatoes and salad. It was perfectly cooked and equally delicious.