New York, NY 10016
Village Voice's Description
What looks like a fast-food joint from the outside turns out to be an excellent and rather formal restaurant inside, a perfect date spot with its convincing fake fireplace. The ambitious menu takes some time to read--there are 10 lamb entrÃ©es alone--and includes plenty of Ottoman stuff you've probably never heard of, like balik kofte (fried torpedoes of minced fish). The iskender kebab is heartily recommended: cubes of buttered pita bread topped with slices of doner kebab sauced with tomato and yogurt. There's even a section of vegetarian entrÃ©es, rare in a Turkish restaurant.
Tips from foursquare
Maybe my favorite restaurant of all time.
I never teast food like this the best turkish food i have taste in my life
A great neighborhood spot. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE.
Great yet inexpensive Turkish food, abundantly served. Place is a bit of a dump, and service isn't sprightly, but food and value are great.
Yogurt chicken kebab is amazing! Turkish chicken Parm.