I had a lunch at Anatolia's Gate this afternoon. After reading all the reviews I was quiet excited about it. Being a cook and from Turkey, I have a fair knowledge of Turkish dining.
This is kind of like a student restaurant that you would go for a quick and cheap bite in Turkey. You dont expect much and you dont get much. So they don't specialize on any regional cuisine, it is kind of like ''all favorites in one menu'' place. Nothing wrong with that.
Service was very friendly and nice.
Their bread was exceptional. Nice, chewy, hearty, wood oven baked bread. I would come back for that. I bet their pizzas must be decent too (the prices are, $10 for a large cheese pizza). You have that crust and wood burning oven, that should be a winner.
As far as the Turkish fare goes, the food is extremely mediocre. The tapas weren't fresh looking. I had the donair which was bland, chewy and cold. Their yoghurt dip was nice and garlicky, the tomato sauce on the kebap plate tasted burnt. I loved the red cabbage pickle though, just like back home.
As long as you ordered the right things like; pizza, pides or the bread on its own, it should be a pleasant experience. The rest is what it is. At least it is different and sort of authentic.