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Established in 2010.
You could be sure to expect the best when you come to AnTalia, As the owners are a part of the daily operations. Service is being taken care of a manager who owns the restaurant, food is being deliciously prepared by a cook who also owns the restaurant. How can you go wrong?
AnTalia Restaurant serves authentic Turkish dishes in the midtown area. The pre-theater crowd loves there Prix-Fixe menu that serves 3 course meals for only 24.95. This lovely restaurant serves its guests in two floors. Second floor is a great way to have a private party or dine quietly.
New York, NY 10036
Turkish, Mediterranean, Vegetarian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30 AM - 4:00 PM.
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 4:00 PM - 9:45 PM.
btw 5th and 6th ave
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Whether you require a personal or a corporate party, buffet or plated, dinner or lunch, AnTalia is ready to accommodate your catering needs.
Street parking is available after 6pm on weekdays. All day on Weekends.
F,D,M and V trains to 47-50 Rockefeller center.
Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Private Room, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Let us accommodate your special event on our private room that seats up to 30 guests. Please contact Antalia and ask for "Sergio" to receive more information, We would love to sit down and discuss your options.
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Antalia is well know in the midtown area for its 2nd floor private room. The 2nd floor dining room is available for private parties. The 2nd floor's capacity is up to 25 people. If your party is over 25 please contact us for reserving the first floor.
AnTalia Ratings and Reviews
My wife and I had tickets to Carnegie Hall and although the restaurant is a bits of a walk we decided to try it because we enjoy Turkish food. We ordered a plate that contained three appetizers and it was just enough food for the two of us. The entrees were quite large and delicious. I had the Adana kabob and Georganne had the lamb kabob and both were cooked to perfection. The Adana was the best I have had in New York City. We had an excellent Turkish wine with the meal and all in all had a wonderful meal. We will go back when we do the theater since it is only a few blocks from the theater district.
The restaurant is near the theaters east of Broadway so you have extra time. Very quiet and service is quick. The food is okay, nothing special, but the price is reasonable and it's a good location if you don't want to rush through dinner to get to the theater.
Was very much looking forward to this restaurant due to the large selection of vegetarian choices - I had the vegetarian kabobs ($20), sides of hummus ($7), and baba ganoush ($7), dessert ($7). Portions are modest and so this was just the right amount to order. For my taste, the food was Ok, nothing special or memorable. I don't plan to return.
Only exception is the dessert which was exceptional - I had the flan
We had fantastic service at our visit to Antalia. Attentive, friendly servers kept our drinks refreshed & bread baskets filled, and provided menu/quantity advice for our group. We all shared some mixed grills and grilled veggie platters alongside a trio of mezze. The food was good, the atmosphere comfortable and welcoming. Overall, we had a great time.
Very, very accommodating service with excellent food (though the gyro was a bit dry-4). One guest arrived very early from out of town and was warmly welcomed. Two guests were late...no problem. Nice selection of apps. Love the shepard salad (with cheese), something we should be able to make at home but it's just not as good. And where else can you find manti? Great flavors, excellent pre fixe choices. You must try it.
We ate here on a family vacation. From A to Z the food was delicious, well prepared, flavorful and propbably the best Turkish food we've had on the east coast. We got a wide variety of appetizers and entrees for our party of 7. The wait staff was courteous and attentive and available at all times. The restaurant is spacious and very nicely decorated. We highly recommend it so much so that you don't want to miss this opportunity for authentic and healthy Turkish food.
I chose this restaurant for a pre Broadway show dinner because of its proximity to the theater and the promise of its menu. We arrived exactly on time for our reservation at 6:00 P.M. We were given menus relatively quickly. The restaurant only had four tables or so that were occupied. on the first floor where we sat. There did not appear to be any dinner being served to customers on the second floor. There were four waiters serving. There also were four cooks working over an open grill. We ordered a chicken shish kebab and chicken chops which were cooked over open flame. We waited 50 minutes to be served our dinner. Our waitress came over and apologized a couple of times for the delay but never was able to provide an explanation. Nevertheless, we should not have had to wait so long for a meal that didn't involve any special preparation. The interior appearance of the restaurant is not so appealing either. Maybe in the long run their food is very good but I wouldn't bother going back nor would I recommend this place to anyone else.
Overall, a terrific experience at Antaliya.
Excellent food, absolutely genuine. The mezzeh were fresh and tasty, the kebab well-spiced, the falafel almost as good as the Israeli variety ;-)
The ambiance genuinely traditional Turkish, open kitchen, the staff was nice.
The interior is unassuming and the restaurant could use a nice face lift. See me for ideas! Overall, a strong recommendation for Turkish dining.
An option for pre-theatre, with convenient location. There were many Turkish options, from cold mezze choices, hot appetizers, salads and platter. The dips were very nice; the platters promised to be "served with rice and vegetables", but the rice was poor and the vegetables missing, except for some garnish. Plus, the prices were several dollars more than on the website. The chopped meat options were good, the "Sultan's Delight" some steamed flavorless chicken with a few pieces of carrots and celery. Stick with the dips and falafel.
Years ago, someone gave me AnTalia's business card. The mid-town location was perfect, and Mediterranean/ Turkish cuisine, appealing. Online, the expansive menu options guaranteed a range of great-sounding choices. Arriving in NYC with a one-hour window for a pre-dinner meeting at a nearby hotel, I made a reservation, and they were ready. My friend, approaching from the opposite direction, had become disoriented, but AnTalia had posted an employee on the corner, who, when she asked, produced a leaflet, escorted us to the door, which he opened. The "small" salad was excellent--and huge! Had time permitted we could have indulged in a full meal and lingered much longer. We shall return, and recommend AnTalia, regardless of one's dining prefers. Reservation easy to make online!
I had the grilled sea bass, my wife had the vegetarian plate. The food was very tasty, but left hungry (and I'm not a big eater) The fish was excellent and had a nice grilled flavour with rosemary and lemon, but only some mixed greens for the side left me wanting more. Same for my wife who's plate looked like an appetizer more than a main. Tasty but blah atmosphere and not overly clean combined with tiny portion and not cheap.
We went here for a quick meal before the theatre. I had delicious red lentil soup and we really enjoyed the Cacik (which is similar to Tzatziki) which was very flavorful I recommend that you order the fresh veggies (cukes and carrots) if you are ordering any dips, otherwise you end up eating too much bread, because the dips are so delish.
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