The food here was simple and well prepared. I liked my barbecued meatballs (more like patties) with red cabbage and onions. The lebni appetizer, yogurt with garlic and walnuts, tasted fresh and pure. They also poured a generous glass of good dry Turkish red wine ($6). The waiters were fun to watch. The three-course prix fixe dinner is 17.95, and individual entrees are very reasonable. I was the victim of a gesticulation accident--the tipsy woman next to me was so animated that she knocked over my water and wine, and it is a tribute to the atmosphere of this place that I found the whole incident highly entertaining (maybe because I got a free glass of wine out of it). I think this may be a real midtown find.