IBIS specializes in offering guests delicious Mediterranean and Turkish cuisine. Its menu consists of lamb chops, tiger shrimp and octopus, as well as desserts, such as baklava and kazandibi. Open during the dinner hour only, an extensive list of beers, wines and cocktails are also available at IBIS.
Housed in the old Opera House in the lower level of the Kimberly Hotel, IBIS provides an elegant dining environment with chandelier lighting, trendy seating and scalloped ceilings. Live musical performances and other entertainment is also a feature of this lounge-like restaurant, making it a great place for date night or after-work drinks.
Shocked at the lack of flavor and limited vegetarian options.
beautifuL restaururant - ONLY draw back was they were OUT OF a few menu items we wanted - that was disappointing But food 0rdered was delicous Would like to go back in near future-
If I want a steak house, I go to a steak house. If I want mediterranean, I go to a mediterranean restaurant. Unfortunately, this place attempts to cover both bases, and so does a really poor job. The menu did not describe the food properly at all, making what arrived at the table a complete surprise. (If the meat in the dish is ground or chopped or diced - SAY THAT). Even the bread for the table was hard and tasteless. What a waste for such a beautiful setting. Needless to say, it was empty on a pre-Christmas Friday night, which should have been our first clue. Oh, well. Live and learn.
Terrific ambiance, including the decor and live music! Service could not be beat. Very enjoyable and we will be back!
Live jazz and great atmosphere in the bar. Food was pretty banal and uninteresting in the restaurant
Enjoyed dinner on a Friday night. Restaurant was a quiet which was pleasant for conversation. The service was fine and attentive. The food was very enjoyable
I loved this place. It was classic New York with a modern twist. I wouldn't be surprised to see Frank Sinatra or Marilyn Munroe here. The staff were amazing as was the food with delicious starters of hummus and Eggplant dip with amazing bread and a complimentary dessert of profiteroles. Delicious. Drinks in the roof top bar were were a great start to the night. I can't wait to go back.
the food was the most tasteless food we may have ever tasted - the chicken was tough and bland - too bad because the setting is delightful but no wonder there was hardly anyone there on a Friday night - the service seemed clueless as to the menu and quality of the food - even bringing it home and loading it up with garlic, onions, etc. could not bring the dishes to life
After calling them a few times, they never told me that lunch is served in the bar. OK - got past that. We had a table of 7. ordered a nice bottle of wine, then asked for another and they had no more. So ordered a different kind. Asked for another of those (1 bottle doesn't even give 7 people a glass), and they ran out of that one also. Limited menu of 6 items of each: appy's, entrees and desserts. That's fine, until they told us that they are our of 2 appetizers, 2 entrees, and 2 desserts. When lunch did finally come, Then they forgot one of our entrees for a client. Lunch was a disaster. And never once did a manager come over to say "I'm sorry, let me buy you a drink or dessert". Worst place I have ever been for lunch - not sure how dinner is but I won't be there to try.
Devoted, attentive service with honest recommendations on what to order...spot on with the Grilled Spicy Lamb...excellent!