Istanbul Doner, Turkish
This maybe a place only for people who like sheep meat. And I cannot be fair as I didn't order any lamb from this middle-eastern (i.e. lamb speciality!?) restaurant. I don't know enough about their different styles of food (I do know the stereotypes).
However, there is no excuse for the three types of (thickness) breads served, which were neither soft nor any good. They were powdered for some reason. The chicken wings were like the average home-made kind, fried with flour and garnished with burned (bitter) coriander.
The chili hummus was bland and garlic mayo was very/only sour. Everything had less salt, especially their soft french fries (I like it crunchy). I didn't care much for the seafood in their menu.
I'll be going there again for their 'relaxing' hot Chamomile flavoured tea. Its one pricey (teabag) though. I have a gut feeling this is more of a place which is (its a guess by looking at their menu) positively soup & salad biased place. I can't eat that during summer.
Try the chicken-cheese keema roll and "falafel spl" that has french fries, mayonese, chickpea, brinjal/egg plant, sesame paste sauce (hummus, tahini: lemon, garlic, olive oil etc), salads with lettuce etc all rolled in a flat pita bread