CAMP HILL, Pa. (WHTM) — A new Mediterranean and Turkish-style restaurant named Chop Shish held its official soft opening earlier today.

The new Chop Shish is owned and operated by a father-son duo, named Kerem and Yilmaz Baran. The Barans are originally from Turkey, and both have prior experience in the restaurant industry – though this is their first time owning a restaurant of their own.

According to Yilmaz, his father will be the acting manager for Chop Shish, whereas Yilmaz will be the head chef.

Chop Shish’s menu is extensive – offering many Turkish-style chicken and lamb entrees, vegetarian entrees, and hot & cold appetizer options such as stuffed grape leaves and breaded fried calamari.

To view the entire Chop Shish menu you can click here.

The new restaurant has an abundance of seating for guests, with 55 seats on the inside and 40 seats on the outside portion of the new restaurant.

The newly opened Chop Shish is located on 2201 Market Street.

Chop Shish’s hours of operation will be:

  • Sundays – Thursdays // 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
  • Fridays – Saturdays // 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.