Found this gem of a restaurant as I was hoping to eat something other than pizza or other fast-food fare. Anatolia's Gate does not have a large neon sign out front, or a hip and snazzy interior, but a flame-hearth greets you at the entrance and the place DEFINITELY makes it up with their food. Their prices are reasonable given the delicious food and decent choice of items on their menu. The highlight was the Lavash bread, which comes from the kitchen hot, steaming, and puffed up like pastry (turns into a flatbread when it's deflated). For three adults, we ordered the babaghannush (sp?) to start, then the Lamb Shish (as in "shish kabob", minus the skewer), chicken shish, and the Beyti Sarma (see photos). Excellent, excellent food. And the service was great. Looking forward to a return trip already.