Lunched here today -- not bad turkish kebab place. Got an Adana (sp?) kebab - these minced lamb kebabd are grilled on sword-like skewers. Very moist (use rice to soak up juices) and lightly spiced (chilli peppers?). Comes with buttered rice, half a roasted tomato (wish they roasted it more), fairly gentle raw purple onions and shredded carrots.
Also comes with a salad of cubed tomatoes and cucumber dressed in olive oil, fresh chopped parsley and lemon juice (a wedge for your squeezing pleasure).
I totally loved the warm bread topped with sesame seeds -- not exotic or unsual, but very fluffy and light and just strangely addictive, mostly on account of its warmth.
Also got a chilled yougurt drink -- nice light curdy sourness, rich but liquid (not like an Indian lassi, texture closer to a Persian doogh).
Kebabs are around $11-13ish. Sandwiches around $6.