We ordered the Sigara Boregi for an appetizer. It consisted of 4 small pieces that were sitting on a bed of wilted, brown tinged iceberg lettuce. They were tasty but rather ordinary, and for $6.95 I expected more food with a better display. I ordered the Chicken Beyti Kebab. The portion was quite large, about 8 pieces. The sauce was light and nicely spiced, although the filo wrapping the meat quickly became soggy. The meat was grilled nicely. The salad had too much dressing and was soggy and consisted of more of the wilted iceberg lettuce. My husband ordered the Combo Grill which consisted of a variety of grilled meats, rice, tomatoes and peppers. It seemed to be a bit on the dry side, but was a fairly decent portion. The prices of the entrees range from $15.95 to $17.95. They are NOT $8.95 to $15.95. I don't feel the quality of the food is worth these prices. It is decent, but I feel it is comparable to any diner/cafe food, cooked and presented without much imagination. I would expect to pay between $10.00 and $12.00 for this type of food, at the very most. The beers were $7.00 each, I feel they could have been priced at $5.00. There was no room for desert, although the tray presented to us looked quite tasty. Our bill came to about $96.00, for 2 people. Service was attentive, without feeling rushed. We sat in the garden out back. It would have been nice as there are a few large trees shading it, but there was too much noise coming from the establishment next door as well as the sounds of air conditioners humming. The inside of the restaurant is decorated with cheap tourist souvenirs, fairly uncomfortable patio furniture and the lighting is too bright. The bathroom door does not lock. I feel this establishment caters mostly to the Broadway tourist crowd who may feel they are getting a bargain (euro to dollar). There are too many other great restaurants in this city, priced more reasonably and with better atmosphere. We won't be returning.
Pros: Convenient location, not crowded
Cons: Overpriced, ordinary food