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Posted by Eric on 12/01/2005
The service treated us in a rude matter the entire time we were there. They were abrupt and cold. When my lamb arrived, it was very dry and not hot. Not recommended.
Posted by neighborhood local on 10/25/2005
We go to Sipsak about once, sometimes twice a week! It is utterly delicious!
Posted by lickin the chops on 09/28/2005
We've been to Sip Sak three times in the last 2 weeks, and the food is excellent. The stuffed cabbage, the Borek, the hummus are all very good and the lamb and bean is awesome, not quite Shifra's but great nonetheless. I've had gas for a week and I've never been happier. The place is nothing special, looks like it was a pizza place at one time. Prices are super cheap.
Posted by Taste good, reasonable, what more could on 08/24/2005
Me and my boyfriend walked all of 2nd Avenue and then came across this treasure! Great tasting food, reasonable, excellent friendly and quick service, What more could a girl want? I had one of the BEST if not the BEST greek salads which was huge and had everything but the kitchen sink in it! I don't eat meat out, the veggie selection was amazing and my boyfriend had a meat dish which he loved too! It definitely won't be my first nor last visit there and it was really nice to be greeted by the owner on arrival! Great choice if you fancy something different. :o)
Posted by A big fan on 07/19/2005
This restaurant is consistently excellent. Very reasonably priced and a very friendly owner in what can be a tough dining neighborhood otherwise. (REMEMBER: It is bring your own wine/BYO. To me, this saves a lot of money and lets me bring a good bottle of wine to the meal.) People from the Turkish mission to the UN love this place. The fresh baked bread is very nice. Another plus is the excellent salads and grilled meats that allow you to bring more finicky eaters that don't like fish or people who want to eat healthy. Two things to try: 1. The only expensive item is the stuffed grape leaves ($1 each), but try one to see what a truly great stuffed grape leaf can taste like. 2. Try the sour cherry juice - a turkish delight. Better and cheaper than other options like Sultan, Pasha, Turkuaz and Zeytin, which are also good.
Posted by Turkish beginner on 07/07/2005
The hummus and borkek are appetizers you must try! The hummus is definitely better than any store bought hummus. And the spicey chicken and mussaka are delicious! The BYOB policy makes this place especially appealing and the waitstaff is friendly and attentive.
Posted by DG on 06/22/2005
The food and service is fantastic! The lamb dishes are cooked to perfection. Salads really great too. As for the Hummus? I think it is outstanding. All of matter of taste, but this restaurant is worth trying and more than once. You get really great food and a good dollar value.