DERVISH is no more. The space now is an Indian restaurant this location. Haven't tried the new place yet. Apparently the Owner closed Dervish because there aren't enough Turkish chefs in the area.
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Thought we'd give this a try with family. Very close to empty 6:45 p.m. on Saturday - one or two tables taken. Host smelled of cigarettes. Staff were not pleasant. So many other great options in Tremont -- we won't return here.
I thought this place would be really cool inside and I got the feeling that all it needed was cleaned and touched up a bit. Although, this does not mean muuch to me if the food was good. First, my boyfriend ordered an IPA and...More
Visited Dervish Grill for the first time, and it will not be the last. The food was exceptional Turkish food, from vegan to meat dishes and the portions generous. We were not rushed and the staff was exceptional, genuinely caring and interested in our evening....More
Our family visited the Dervish Grill before strolling through the Tremont ArtWalk. What a nice surprise....very friendly hosts and wonderful food including their fresh fish of the day. Our son loved the hummus and falafel appetizer as well as his gyro. My husband and I...More
I've visited this place quite a few times and the food never disappoints. It's usually a pretty quiet place, so I've never waited for a table. The wait staff is friendly and can easily suggest foods and drinks you're not familiar with. The food has...More
Even for an occasional visitor to Cleveland, the Tremont buzz is inescapable. So, while strolling the neighborhood to see what the fuss was about, we peeked into the cozy Dervish Grill and stayed for dinner. It was terrific; the food was delicious and reasonably priced,...More
I went expecting a bit more finish to the place. We took our daughter and son-in-law from Chicago who enjoy Turkish food. They said it was just like their own Turkish place in Chicago but I was disappointed. The food was good but it was...More
My husband and I ate here last week and really enjoyed everything. We had two appetizers, hummus and a sort of Turkish salsa which had peppers and walnuts. Then our entrees arrived. We both selected different kabobs. I put the rest of salsa on my...More