The restaurant is downstairs and is attractively decorated, in the usual fashion for restaurants of this type, with lots of Turkish pots and statues on the walls. The food is good, if not particularly exciting, and the wine list while small has enough variety. Service was fine, although the waiter did make repeated good-natured jokes insinuating that because I was having a vegetarian meal, I must be homosexual! It wasn't a big deal, but for that reason, I felt the place might not be gay-friendly, although I could be wrong - but something to consider if you are gay.
In all, we had a lot of fun, and it was reasonably priced. I'll be going back at some point, and I'll update this afterwards.
Favorite Dish: I enjoyed the vegetarian Moussaka, and we had a selection of mezze for a starter - the borek was excellent.