This authentic Turkish eatery in the seaside enclave of Sheepshead Bay offers a daily menu of charcoal-grilled seafood and deliciously seasoned lamb, with an ambience similar to what one might find in a small coastal eatery of cosmopolitan Istanbul. Rustic and charming, there are hand-painted murals and cozy dining nooks which offer privacy. Service is professional and attentive. The monster hurricane Sandy brought severe flooding to this area of South Brooklyn and seriously damaged the eatery in October 2012. The restaurant closed for a year and was rebuilt by the owner with all new interiors, including endearing artwork on the walls reflecting the relationship between the spiritual man and the tempestuous sea.