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Businiess name:  Turks & Frogs Tribeca
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
In a city full of good restaurants, often ruined by snobbish or clueless staff, this one stands out as a warm, friendly, bustling port of call in a somewhat barren and non-descript area best described as Far West Soho. In a room decorated with beautiful Ottoman antiques and artwork you can pick exceptional mezzes (appetizers) from a selection presented by a super-friendly staff or order lip-smacking dishes (especially if you like lamb) from the menu. Wines and cocktails are well above average and the house raki, Turkey's national drink, akin to Greek ouzo or French pastis, is well worth a try. Overall, a purveyor of many-layered pleasures. Very busy on weekend evenings. Pros: food, ambience, service Cons: location

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