Please go and eat at Alaturca and then call me so we can cry on the phone together.
This was my first experience eating Turkish and although it shared many of the same flavors of the other Medditeranean I have tried, this was perfect and truly distinct. We split a sampler of cold appetizers with fresh pide, a Beyti Kebap, and a grilled meat platter. Washed it down with cold turkish beer and waddled our way full bellied and giggling all the way to the bus stop. It isn't very often that I find myaelf laughing out loud about how good the food is so I think it's safe to say that this meal would fall under the coveted "top 10" banner. I would love to hear other's opinions on this place because if all the food in turkey is like this, I'm moving there tomorrow.