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Posted by Dervish fun on 07/14/2006
I was there yesterday. I had mix appetizer plate. everythings so good. And service is excellent. Keep it same guys. We love Dervish..
Posted by Cok on 07/11/2006
When we were in NYC, someone recomended this restaurant and it was fabulous. My husband being Turkish fell in love with this place...and I travel every year to Turkey so I was familiar with their food also thought this place was great. The service was also friendly and you could tell that everything was being looked after very well.....Next time I'm in NYC I'll definetly be dining there again.
Posted by secret on 07/09/2006
Love, I mean absolutely LOVE the food! but the service is incredibly slow. but delivery is the worst. the food takes over an hour (and i've only every ordered OFF peak time) and it usually arrives cold. but, i finally realized why. i have ate in the other day , and watched at the food was cooked, placed in the bag for delivery, then sat on the bar for 30 minutes til the delivery guys actually leave with it.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/06/2006
Delicious. Clean. Fresh. Great service. Straightforward yet international.
Posted by Selma on 06/28/2006
I've been eating Turkish food all my life, and I gotta tell you, this is not it. It's a nice, bland imitation, but not the real thing.
Posted by Greta on 05/31/2006
My daughter and I happened upon Dervish Restaurant by accident. It was late. We were tired and cranky, our feet were hurting and we really needed to go to sleep when we walked by. Rather than go any further, we decided to just try it, as the menu in the window looked promising. My daughter had never tasted Turkish food before, but she was game. The yummy Turkish bread came in a basket before we read the menu. We ordered two appetizers and a salad plus one entree for the two of us. The first that arrived was the Turkish salad, soon followed by a glorious artichoke surrounded by small amounts of potato and carrots, and then the hummus. The salad was superb. As we tried to dissect what made such ordinary vegetables taste so good, we decided it was the freshness of the veggies and their salad dressing. We wolfed it down and then dipped our bread in the dressing to get it all. The artichoke was pale yellow and the largest, slickest artichoke I've ever seen. And absolutely the best I've ever eaten anywhere, any time! Again, we sopped up the residue with the bread. The humus was good, very good, and served with some cucumber slices. We ate it alone, with the salad, with the bread and with the cucumbers. Nothing was left. Then the piping hot mix of lamb and beef arrived with bulgar wheat and a bit of greens and carrots. The two meat kabobs were tender, tastey and very generous. The bulgar wheat was the best I've ever eaten. Gluttony, thy name is us. We had planned to have a dessert which sounded very good when we first read the menu, but we had stuffed ourselves to a fare thee well and had no further room. I had peppermint tea with my dinner. My daughter had ordinary hot tea. I mention this to let you know how careful they are. They do know how to do things right. The tea was steeped at the right temperature for the right amount of time. It was obvious the kitchen took care in every detail.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/18/2006
As a Turkish person craving Turkish food all the time, I found Dervish to be the place to go. The Iskender Kebab was better than what I have back at home and Barbunya was almost as good as my mother's. The food was amazing overall and satisfied my craving. I can't wait to go back. They also have some Turkish wines which I thought added a nice touch to the evening.