Good place for meeting friends before Lincoln Center. Quiet enough to actually talk! Food is good but perhaps not as good as some other Turkish restaurants on the Westside
We've enjoyed this restaurant in the past but this meal was particularly disappointing. The waiter rather harshly reprimanded me when I ordered the wrong eggplant appetizer (there are 3). I can understand some frustration but his angry affect was stunning. He was curt and barely responsive for the balance of the meal. the meal itself was fair--both pieces of fish (salmon and branzino) were well prepared, but the side vegetables were over-cooked and soggy. I think I'll give this restaurant a rest for awhile.
Lovely place for dinner with friends before Lincoln center performance.
My first time there. Food was very good as was the service and environment. Will go back.
Dinner with a relative of my girlfriend—pleasant dinner—good food, gracious service and a three-course fixed-price dinner until 7:00. The Turkish food was delicious.
I go there often and really enjoy it. Very tasty food. Good ambiance. Reasonable prices.
Love Pasha but don't get into the city often enough to enjoy it frequently. Not an expert on Turkish cooking but everything I've ever had a Pasha is simply delicious. The tiny lamb dumpling, Manti, are not to be missed. Lamb is always good, as are the various chicken dishes, and daily fish. Be sure to order the strong and tasty Turkish syrah. Great staff and very pleasant experience, always.
A lovely, quiet (even when busy) restaurant tucked away on 71st Street just east of Amsterdam Ave. Classic and delicious Mediterranean/Turkish menu with lots of veggie options, delicious lamb and, in general, something for everyone. Interesting wine list.
Not a family/kid place, with a restrained, adult clientele. Perfect for pre or post Lincoln Center events. Friendly and competent service.
Lovely atmosphere and very good food and service to go with it.
This is the first time I've lunched at Pasha. I've had gorgeous dinners there before. It was really pretty empty at lunchtime. We were treated with respect and I do like it very much. The prix fixe lunch is a NYC bargain. Everything was delicious.