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It was our four times in that Turkish resteraunt and nothing really changed. The Turkish kitcen is based of Arabic , Greek, Balkan mideteranien food is good most of the times , healthy and it’s hard to spoil it.
In beyoglu they know how to...More
Friend and I had mezzo and liver fish. Liver was prepared in balls. Very tasty. If you like liver give it a try. Shepard’s said was good. Lentils with potatoes very good. Will make a trip again to try kebabs.
This is a great little non pretentious eatery that serves delicious food. The bread is amazing. We had Tuvuk Izgara which is chicken with rice pilaf and my husband had the lamb and beef doner kebab over a rice pilaf. The portions were big and...More
The restaurant has a nice bar with a huge block of cheese to tempt you. Their was a large group that came in and they pulled a curtain , but the noise carried. But once their food came the noise disappeared. The menu had lots...More
In NYC last weekend to see the Bill Traylor exhibit at the David Zwirner Gallery that my daughter-in-law was involved with and we decided to get some dinner. We stood outside and looked at some places that they suggested. They left me to make the...More
We met a friend for dinner here and were quiet pleased. My husband had the salmon which was good but our friend's branzini was oiutstanding. I had the meze platter which had a nice variety of items as well as the octopus which was good....More
We were very disappointed in our dinner, standard Turkish food with relatively little taste. Everything seemed to be over processed, including the bread which tasted pretty good but was as soft as a down pillow.
The service was attentive and fast; the noise level is...More
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