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Posted by anonymous on 2012-10-04
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
Posted by Edi on 2012-08-08
The food is good. But the manager was loud with employees, that's not good next to costumers?
Posted by Tommy on 2011-04-20
The baklava is amazing, especially the walnut baklava. Light, airy, not too sweet. Mmmm, mmmm, mmmm, delicious.
Posted by Bon Appetit 787 on 2011-04-19
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
Posted by NaplesTR on 2010-07-12
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 a
Posted by Alexis on 2010-05-17
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 2010-05-06
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),
Posted by Tim on 2010-05-04
The food is very good, authentic I think but their ONLY waiter is incredibly slow. I went twice and then I decided to not go ever again. The first time I waited 15 minutes just to get the menu...