Ok, I admit this one eluded me! I had it twice -- once I went and ordered a wrap, and another time someone bought one of their party boxes. The experience for me was similar both times...
I assume the kofte is supposed to be room temp? To me,this made the fake-meat aspect less than appealing. It also followed (apparent) Turkish tradition, with little in the way of vegetable accoutrement (it was thin outside of the fake meat). Finally, with the sauces (and I'm not sure where the flavor would be without it), it was highly acidic. And I like tart -- but this was a bit over the top.
They were very nice (though, quite understandably, the ones working when I was there spoke little English, so in my ignorance of Turkish I had to stumble along -- which meant the wrap, but I'm not sure what their selection would have been for me otherwise -- perhaps greater) and the location is handy to Taksim and a couple other veg spots. I'm glad it exists and clearly other people like it, but even though I love street food, I just did not see the appeal of the food, sad to say.
Cons: Taste was not to my liking, Accoutrements lacking