My wife and I have had dinner at Anatolia several times, but today, having to be in the area in the afternoon, we decided to have lunch there. I had Gozleme, crepes filled with spinach and feta, she had Lahmacun, pizza-like crust topped with meat and apices. Actually we shared the two, I had some of her dish, she some of mine.
Not wanting to have any alcohol (otherwise we would have ordered wine) she had a Coke, I had Ayran, a Turkish yoghurt drink.
Everything was delicious, and I emphatically recommend this place. Now, if only they could add some Turkish wine to their wine list . . .