If you make a search about turkish cousine before your trip, you'll probably see the word "lahmacun" too many times. Yes, Lahmacun has a solid place in turkish cousine. Unfortunately, the fast-food approach demolish the image of lahmacun. If you want to taste real lahmacun, you should find restaurants which cook the lahmacun in the stone oven.
The restaurant is pretty small. The only thing that they serve is delicious Lahmacun.
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="424"] Add a squeeze of lemon and add parsley, red pepper flakes . Have an Ayran[/caption]