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Posted by anonymous on 10/03/2012
this is something strange going on in nyc restaurents. I have been going here for a year or more. last time I went I ordered and asked for water. they brought me a poland spring bottled water. I said no I meant nyc water and they said they do not serve water to their customers! the food here is really good and the service as well, but what is this trend of not serving water? Is there a shortage we are not aware of?
Posted by Edi on 08/07/2012
The food is good. But the manager was loud with employees, that's not good next to costumers?
Posted by Tommy on 04/19/2011
The baklava is amazing, especially the walnut baklava. Light, airy, not too sweet. Mmmm, mmmm, mmmm, delicious.
Posted by Bon Appetit 787 on 04/18/2011
From the outside this place looks a glorified diner that sells good looking baklava. But go in and grab breakfast-- turkish omelet was amazing as well as some of the other sandwiches. I did not care for the baklava but that is not my go to dessert -- I would defer to the other reviewers -- but the almond cookies were awesome
Posted by NaplesTR on 07/09/2010
This is the best for Turkish pastry and deserts. They also serve breakfast. We took baklava , ayvalik toast and spanich gozleme, they all were perfect. I can say nothing bad except the service is a little slow when it is crowded. Definetly a place to go again.
Posted by Alexis on 05/14/2010
What spoils this place is the service. I waited over 20 minutes for water and I noticed that a lot of people were complaining.
Posted by Happy Diners on 05/06/2010
My absolute favourite breakfast in the city is Cilbir (ie, savoury yoghurt w/ paprika, garlic, hot butter with poached eggs) from Gulluoglu! But you have to love yoghurt to love this dish. I love love love their Special Baklava (sells really quickly), Böregi, assorted cookies and Sour Cherry cake. I've tried their burger once at lunch and wasn't too impressed. Probably because i'm thinking of Shake Shack when it comes to burgers. Turkish coffee/tea aren't to my taste, either. The service takes a bit of time :)