My girlfriend and I just got back from this new Turkish place and I have to say we were both thoroughly impressed by the food there. We ordered a mixed plate of beef and chicken kabobs which also came with salad, couscous, onions, and most importantly: bread. The bread is the main thing at this joint and their sandwiches looked to die for (I really regret not getting one). It's that type of bread you just look at and you know it's good.
The kabobs were great (better than Chateau Kabob) but the salad was nothing special. Couscous was a nice substitution to rice.
Back to the bread. It was fabulous! All fresh made in their own oven (which looked like a pizza oven to me). I will definitely be stopping by in the near future to grab one of the four or five sandwiches (VERY small menu, maybe ten items).
The plate was $12, and the sandwiches are all $5.