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Posted by Conrad on 05/02/2014
I love this place. Small but best Turkish or Mediterranean on UWS
Posted by * Gracious * on 06/08/2013
Ordered the Mediterranean Mixed Salad with grilled chicken and it was very well packaged it came with yummy warm bread.
Posted by david on 12/18/2012
We have been at the restaurant and enjoyed much the food. Service was good. What we do often is to order food from Bodrum. It is excellent food and service delivery and the price very reasonable.
Posted by Lewis R. on 08/09/2012
Largely indifferent service with okay atmosphere and poor value for some of the very poorest pizzas imaginable! Overpriced? You betcha! Even the salad was barely a notch above mediocre.
Posted by anonymous on 02/06/2012
My boyfriend and I spent New Years here. Everything was fantastic and the price was very reasonable!!
Posted by anonymous on 10/16/2011
okay first, the bread is delicious, it doesnt get better than warm bread coming straight from the oven. second, how could you pass up a mezze plate with 6 different tastes of turkish appetizers. third DELICIOUS branzhini, with a side of veggies and pistachio relish sitting on a bed of roasted fennel, i think so. and last, the server was very informative, she was the one to suggest the branzhini in the first place, said it was the best dish on the menu. as well as suggested a wine and our appetizer plate. all in all, like Bodrum in turkey, bodrum restaurant is a must.
Posted by deniza on 08/14/2011
Being part Turkish and having visited Bodrum, Turkey- I can say that my visit to this eatery was disappointing. I brought my friend who is a vegetarian and desired to try Turkish cuisine. The only vegetarian options were the meze and salads. That's fine, except when asked if the red lentil soup contained any meat, the waitress offered up some bizarre story about how she worked in a jewish restaurant and that the soup should be the same- then finally replied "I don't know". A good waitress would've went to the kitchen to find out the contents. Since my friend didn't have an entree to choose from, I decided not to get traditional Turkish fare and went with the pizza. It was good, in fact, the best tasting thing I had from this restaurant was their fresh-from-the-oven bread. It is a nice touch, as guests can view them traditionally baking the bread. The braised leeks were okay and the eggplant was promising. There was one overly accommodating Turkish waiter and he was the only pleasant person I encountered there. My visit was topped off by nearly being headbutted by one of the overly eager patrons racing to the restroom (visit the restaurant and you will see how two people cannot simultanously fit down the corridor leading to the restrooms). All in all, I have had better Turkish in this city with better service and far better attempts at cuisine. I will leave the positive reviews to all the Upper West Side residents that seem to favor this subpar restaurant.