I was quite surprised to find this, but went with some local expats I met in Dili.
The restaurant has some posters of Turkey on the walls and some tapestries from the homeland too. There are even some water pipes available to smoke.
The tables seat four, but you can always pull up two tables together. The tables and chairs are rather short, so tall people may not find it very comfortable.
Favorite Dish: The menu is not large, but offers a few good dips, like variations of hummus. The chicken and lamb wraps are great too (about the size of a burrito). They have fresh made breads too that are quite nice.
Of course, Dili being a harbour town, seafood is abundant. We had dinner with freshly grilled fish at Restaurante Victoria. There are several fish restaurants in the same area, we chose Victoria for its terrace on the beach.
Favorite Dish: One chooses a fish from the stock in the ice-boxes, it will be immediately grilled and served with salad and fried potatoes. We chose two for which they asked USD 8 each, after negotiation we paid USD 13 for the two. Salad and potatoes were USD 2 each, a bottle of Heineken USD 2.50.