It's obvious that Döner G makes their own humus - you just don't get the depth of subtle flavors in that horrid stuff you buy at grocery stores (including Trader Joes, sorry TJ fans). Now THIS is humus. It's just the right texture - no too creamy, not too chunky. Just the right hint of garlic and brightness of citrus, and married with an excellent EVOO to bring it all together. I can't come here without ordering a full side of this stuff. It also comes with pita, in case you were wondering.
This huge plate food is an outstanding introduction to Turkish cuisine. You get a layer of pita, topped with a huge pile of döner kebab (beef & lamb). The entire plate is then drenched in a delicious, delicately spiced tomato sauce and served with a side of yogurt. When I ordered this, I was just being adventurous (I often order the excellent döner/gyro wraps) - but this dish was outstanding... and the portion was huge.
Adana is a heavily spiced (and relatively spicy) ground meat that is then flame grilled on skewers. This version is particularly rich and spicy, but when paired with that decadent jajik sauce (think tzatziki sauce) and eaten with pita, its just the right amount of spicy. $8 gets you two big skewers of Adana, a pile of Doner G's unique sweet, flawlessly sticky rice, and a refreshing cucumber/tomato salad.
This is one of the best gyros I've had in OC. Unlike Greek Gyros, these Turkish versions (döner) are served with a döner sauce that is very reminiscent of Russian dressing. For $5, you get an impressively large gyro STUFFED with rich, carefully spiced shaved beef and pickled tomatoes & cucumber. It's served with both Döner Sauce and Jajik (tzatziki) sauce so you can sauce it up to your liking. This is a great sandwich/gyro at a very reasonable price.
Dolmas aren't for everyone. These typical dolmas are grape leaves stuffed with a rice mixture. They're served cool and have a delicious delicate pickle-like flavor, light vinegar and olive oil. These are great dolmas.