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Bereket Turkish Kebab House

Map & Directions 187 E. Houston St.
New York, NY 10002
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212-475-7700
  • Turkish
  • cash
  • Takeout, Delivery, Vegetarian Friendly, Open 24 Hours, BYOF
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch, Snack Food
  • BYOB
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking

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Village Voice's Description

This Turkish fast-food locale, open round-the-clock, is home to denizens of the Mercury Lounge and other late-night clubs in the vicinity, who at four in the morning can chow down on adana kebab--cylinders of chopped lamb and sweet red pepper grilled over a charcoal fire--or etli taze fasulye, a mellow stew of green beans flavored with bits of lamb. Vegetarian dishes of leek stew and fried eggplant with peppers make lighter snacks, if you're not in the mood for heavy scarfing.

 
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  • Bravo on 11/11/10

    A fixture in the Lower East Side for Turkish food. -Eric Wolitzky, Top Chef Just Desserts

  • The New York Times on 08/27/10

    Turkish kebabs and stuffed grape leaves for club kids, hipsters, cabbies. Food downtown doesn’t come much cheaper, faster, better.

  • Çiğdem O. on 01/07/13

    İn Turkish; Bir Türk'ün Amerika'da ki gideceği tek yer olmalı bence burası. Adanası,çöp şiş'i ve özellikle'de dönerini kesinlikle tavsiye ederim.İn English; The best Turkish restaurant :)

  • Baratunde on 12/22/10

    If you come here late enough, you might see a supermodel with just a little bit of cocaine under her nose. Also the doner kebab is delicious

  • ron j. on 10/21/09

    Get drunk. Show up at 2am. Have done doner kebab. Be happy. Rinse, repeat.

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