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Posted by local theater goer on 09/08/2013
Based on the reviews, figured that it might not be bad. Prices ok, portions reasonable. Chicken was too spiced and overcooked. Not inedible, but there are far better Turkish places in NYC. Service indifferent.
Posted by native new yorker on 06/03/2013
went there mid-afternoon on Sunday; we were the only people in the place the entire time. While the food was pretty decent, the service was non-existent. The waitress did not come over to ask how everything was, replenished the water when we were done. She was more interested in conversing with the friend who walked in.
Posted by jim on 12/04/2012
Another of those great little 9th Avenue restaurants that are often times superior to their more pricey and midtown located competitors. Had a very nice meal here with great Turkish, huge portions, reasonable bill, good service, nice atmosphere. Will definitely visit again.
Posted by jayceenys on 06/03/2012
Great for my visiting SF adult children to host a pre-theater party; delicious appetizer platters and entre choices for vegans too.
Posted by lauren on 12/17/2011
Not big enough middle eastern food but we were going out for a family reunion and my family is middle eastern. I ordered the felafel platter. It wasnt bad but it said it came with a salad which turned out to be a few scrapes of lettuce shredded onion and cabbage. The service was decent considering every table in the place was full. There were only 3 girls working. They forgot to give me my drink but remembered everyone elses. The place is very well decorated, bathroom is adorable. Desert was interesting. Prices were a bit high . I would go back here.
Posted by Taner&Joel on 05/29/2011
The kebab was great ; just like the one i used to have in Turkey , but dolma, which was served as main dish was just mezze with very bare veggy without any dressing and I, as a Turkish, felt really emberassed in front of my bf. And we paid more than $50 for two. :( I think they can offer more kinds of veggies beside kebabs.Turkish food is not only kebab and boring salad without any dressing. and a beer never costs $7 anywhere.
Posted by MD on 01/26/2010
The food here is delicious. I am not Turkish, so I can't speak to how authentic it is, but when I eat here I feel like the food doesn't taste like I'm in a restaurant, but someone's house. Or perhaps a restaurant in a foreign country. Both times I was here I got lamb, and they serve it with salad, red cabbage and veggies as well as rice -- a very well-rounded meal! The appetizers and desserts are delicious too. That cream caramel, OMG. Totally worth the calories and the money! It's on the expensive side, but this may be do the fact that I can't seem to go there without ordering wine, appetizer, entree AND dessert.