This spin-off of Selda Mediterranean Grill in north Dallas occupies a more-than-century-old home where a thirties-era Dallas mayor once lived. It’s a charming venue, with multiple cozy dining rooms brightened by colorful Turkish pendant lamps and rugs. On the large wrap-around porch (with space heaters for the cooler months), hookah service is also on the menu. Our meal began with complimentary steam-puffed pide bread served with marinated olives and feta. We saved some bread for the muhammara—a delicious dip of puréed roasted red pepper and walnuts and pomegranate molasses—which we preferred to the Pink Sultan, a sweet, fuchsia-colored purée of beets and labneh. The hasel kale salad featured sweet and savory accents: dried figs, Turkish apricots, crumbled goat cheese, and pistachios. Kebabs include the signature adana, a charcoal-grilled chopped-lamb skewer, mildly seasoned with red pepper. For a more unusual dish, get the Beyti Special—nuggets of finely chopped lamb rolled in a thin flatbread, served with tomato and yogurt sauces. Most entrées come with Turkish rice and a salad. The shrimp garlic—a starter of shrimp sautéed in butter and chile oil, with whole garlic cloves and thyme sprigs—could stand in for an entree if teamed with a side. Night owls will appreciate the late hours: The kitchen closes at 11 p.m. and the bar at 2 a.m.