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Posted by Anonymous on 12/12/2009
Ordered in with 5 friends and spent over $150 and when we came to pick up the food, they mentioned that it is their policy to give 1 piece of bread per order. We asked to talk to manager and they said it was their policy, no exceptions. I wanted to leave without the food, but my wife really likes the food and we were hungry. We ended up paying for 4 more pieces because who eats 2 hummus, 2 salads and 5 people with 1 bread. If it is up to me, we will never order from them again or go there. The food is good, but not worth the attitude and just genuine lack of service. We are Turkish and this is not how a Turkish restaurant treats its customers.
Posted by Eva from the Bronx on 11/28/2009
great color in the presentation and huge variety, atypical of the source. I have eaten there several times and would return in a minute.
Posted by Beez on 10/06/2009
Love this restaurant--exciting atmosphere even on a Tuesday night. Delicious and abundant food--the meat was extremely flavorful and octopus moist, not chewy at all, and the potatoes taste like my grandma's. I would highly recommend Beyoglu if you're looking for something a little different from the usual upper east italian/sushi fare.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/01/2009
Bad wine, bland sword fish, indiscript beer, rubbery chicken, least damage is the vege platter. Why people come here; guess the East side has few good resturants.
Posted by Borba21 on 08/31/2009
This is one of my favorite UES restaurants. I was so excited to take my out of town family here for dinner until I was told (and I quote) "we are not baby friendly". I am extremely turned off and irritated. I think they need to change their attitude if they ever want me to return.
Posted by anonymous on 08/21/2009
Beyoglu is absolutely delicious, but definitely not for everyone. If you don't like "weird meat" (aka lamb) or if you really love super-unhealthy chains where you can get "anything fried" stay far far away from this gem of a restaurant. I highly recommend the pita and hummus as an app/snack and the doner kebab as an entree.
Posted by twenty-something on 08/14/2009
I for one love the fact that when I now choose to eat some of the best Turkish food in town, I don't need to listen to whining children or doting parents. The food is fantastic, as is the service and I plan to go here even more often now to make up for any business lost due to the no-stroller policy. If you want to take your kids out to dinner, that's great but one look at this place should tell you it's an intimate place, not a Chuck E. Cheese. Stick to pizza or get a sitter.