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116 Mamaroneck Ave
White Plains, NY 10607
Reviewed by '11how11' on January 8, 2011
BYO keeps the price low. Turkish cuisine is a lovely twist on the mediterranean standards.
Reviewed by 'Juli B' on January 7, 2011
Good food in dreadful space. Best for take out, but call ahead.
Reviewed by 'Jennifer K' on January 2, 2011
Best Turkish food in Westchester.
Reviewed by 'KST903586' on December 28, 2010
True Turkish cuisine in this diminutive "luncheonette" setting in downtown White Plains. The various kebabs and mezze are authentic and tasty. Great for lunch, dinner, or takeout.
Reviewed by 'Rayna Z' on December 3, 2010
The wonderful food and the considerate service go a long way to make up for the somewhat drab surroundings.
Reviewed by 'scott k' on November 29, 2010
Good food but more expensive than you think.
Reviewed by 'Miriam Lang B' on November 14, 2010
What a find! Like eating in a lunchroom--but a lunchroom with great Turkish food, huge helpings, and a very accommodating staff. We landed here, almost by accident, when gathering for a high school reunion and as more and more of us assembled, they just kept pushing table together, smiling, and bringing out the food. They couldn't have been nicer and the food is delicious.
Reviewed by 'E C' on November 8, 2010
Stopped here after a Mamaroneck Ave. street fair, was happy I did. The food is different, but really good, filling, and delicious. I had takeout so not sure what the restaurant itself is like, but I recommend.
Reviewed by 'CityLuncher' on November 8, 2010
Small storefront, limited number of tables, very friendly staff, great Turkish dishes at very reasonable price --but no place to park in downtown White Plains
Reviewed by 'Elaine T' on April 1, 2010
Delicious fast food, perfect before or after the movies. It's a tiny place but a welcome addition to Mamaroneck Ave. The owner is lovely, and service is caring. Those little lamb chops are delicious and so are the zucchini pancakes and the other mezzes. All they need is consistent business to expand, and happily, they seem to be packed most of the time.