184 N. 10th St., Brooklyn, NY, 11211
nr. Driggs Ave.
By MalyY on 8/15/2010
The first time was so good, I've decided to take my whole family there to enjoy the setting and the great food. But the second time was so bad, I couldn't believe my eyes and my taste buds refused to accept it! The table wasn't clean when we were sited by the maitre d' and I had to ask twice to clean it out, and finally it was done, but AFTER we got our appetizers. The main waiter was completely oblivious to what was going on, he couldn't get the order right, we had to wait a really really long time for our food. And then when we FINALLY it , the whole entree was ice cold. Did they just get the order, prepare it and keep it in the refrigerator for half hour???? We asked for the meat to be well-done, but everything was undercooked. Desserts were not bad though. Finally when we were ready to go and asked for the check, I literally had to ask 3(!) waiters, one after another, and then wait another 20 (!) minutes to get it!!! Total disaster :(
By ciaras1 on 4/6/2008
When walking to the restaurant you would never know such a gem was on this block. The outside with the seating is so beautiful, I have to go back when its nice out. I've been twice and both times were really nice. The salmon there is was very good and I cant wait to go back and have it again. I recommend it to take a nice date or when going out with a group of friends.
By ptwarren on 3/2/2007
Lamb chops are the best; seafood platter is amazing served still boiling on a special dish. Crab cigars are my favorites and if you visit this nice place, do not forget to order soup; they do the best soups in Brooklyn. You will enjoy your meal. I'm not a fun of Turkish food but this is kind of different, the best!!!.