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Bodrum

584 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY, 10024
nr. 89th St.
212-799-2806

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6
Food: 6
Service: 7
Décor: 7
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delicious, hospitable, comfortable

By Astorer on 7/2/2011

  • Overall Rating: 10
  • Food: 10
  • Service: 10
  • Décor: 8
  • Yes, I would go back!

We go here often for both lunch and dinner and love it. The staff is courteous and the experience is always a pleasure from beginning to end. If I had to come up with one criticism, it's that the menu hasn't changed in three years, but on the other hand, why change what works. (Besides, there is often a nice list of specials, which we sometimes try and always enjoy.) As non-meat eaters, there is a nice range of appetizers to choose from, pizzas, and fish selections. And the bread --which is i amazing-- comes out warm and fresh. Our meals are always delicious and the ambiance is perfect. I'm surprised Bodrum's is not on the ny mag's "critic's choice" list---but from our perspective, that could be for the best, since it's is always packed and it's already hard enough to get a reservation on a Thursday, Friday, or Saturday night.

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Authentic?

By brittanycarcova on 10/5/2010

  • Overall Rating: 3
  • Food: 2
  • Service: 3
  • Décor: 6
  • No, I would not go back!

Why does every review and person I know who dines at Bodrum seems to praise its authenticity? Yes the owners are Turkish and the interior, with its white washed walls, simple wood furniture and open-air vibe, does allude to a Mediterranean eatery, but so what? The food is generic and the pizza is not worth the praise it garners. The Merguez Sausage Pizza tasted like someone just grabbed a slice of Domino's and threw some lamb sausage and fennel on top. I tasted my friend's Beyti Kebab and was equally unimpressed; the meat was fatty and over indulged with unnecessary flavors that appeared to mark a failed attempt to improve a poor quality dish. To make a lame experience even worse, half the wines we ordered were unavailable.

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