Inexpensive good food. Lamb well done. Eggplant salad above average. BYO. Liquor and wine down the street
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Lunch special was excellent value, fresh ingredients, prepared and plated well. Also fairly good choice for special as well as complete full menu. SERVICE, was great! Attentive and all seemed to have a good knowledge of serving etiquette. Something so lacking in NYC, even in...More
I was in NYC meeting up with well travelled somewhat foodie friends and they chose ABA. Excellent well spiced food and rather generous portions! Servers were efficient and we were not interrupted by multiple questions to check everything ok. Only one concern my chicken dish...More
Went here with a bunch of friends. Very nice waitstaff. The owner very friendly! The food was delicious. Enjoyed turkish coffees and teas. The appetizers were also very fresh and delicious! Will definitely go back!
We were warmly welcomed here after getting snubbed by a snobby nearby restaurant, and what a great place this was! The host and staff were welcoming and competent, and the food was very good. We had good standard hummus, and outstanding lamb Adana kebab and...More
We really enjoyed this restaurant and though the food was authentic. Everything was very fresh and the prices are reasonable for the quality of food we got. I was there with my 10-year old son and we both had out plates cleaned out in no...More
The egg plant was great and so wasa the red bean salad. But the meatballs were off as were the lamb. We liked the calamari also..It was a very busy Saturday night so maybe the Kitchen and staff were pushed to the limit.
After reading so many reviews that raved about “authentic Turkish food” I expected flavorful food seasoned with the usual spices. We both order lamb chops - they were tough and tasteless! An extreme disappointment! They were accompanied by cold red cabbage, rice, and a cold...More