Seven Hills Mediterranean Grill
Food was great!
All the meals I have had here have been outstanding—eggplant, fish, lamb. The salads are also exceptional—and enormous. My French husband also loves it, and he’s pretty hard to please!
Really enjoyed the sigars and sultan special. Delish! Very pleasant staff.
I've been to Seven Hills many times and like it very much. Although I do not like the renovation (you are too near other diners), and the portions are smaller and the prices higher, I still find it good value and an enjoyable dining experience. The staff are extremely pleasant and efficient.
The food at Seven Hills was wonderful. Perfectly prepared, beautifully presented and utterly delicious. A long lunch (priced most reasonably) was rounded off by Turkish coffee served in silver cups set in small blue cushions. Two pieces of Turkish delight were presented in a little silver pot with a chased top. We will be back over and over now that we have discovered such a civilized place with soft music, comfortable chairs and lovely servers. And wonderful food.
The food was wonderful, and the prices were reasonable. Great choice before a show at the Beacon Theatre. Service was very good and food came out quickly. The chicken kebabs were fantastic. Highly recommended.
Love this place. Exceptional value and consistent execution across dishes. Check out their whole fish which is priced very well and delicious. Great wine list at good price points
Delicious meze platter, which is easily shared by two, along with the great bread, makes this an absolute repeat. Very gracious service, attentive but not intrusive. The chicken kebabs are especially succulent and the dessert pudding is remarkably creamy. Can't wait to return!
I have eaten at numerous Turkish restaurants in NY (and in Turkey), and Seven Hills is certainly one of the best. Both my husband's entrée (eggplant) and mine (lamb) were superb. And the salads are both delicious and enormous!
The food was fresh, authentic flavors, and very good. I will be going there again.
Love this excellent neighborhood Turkish restaurant. It's a revitalization of the old Seven's Mediterranean. Similar menu, deliciously executed. It's a go-to restaurant and one that is in reasonable walking distance for Lincoln Center attendees.
Seven's used to be one of my favorite restaurants, but they have renovated, and I do not like the new table placements, which put you too close to other people. The food is very good and reasonable value.
We went to Seven Hills often whenever we came to NYC. Now no more with rude service and food not as good.
Very good food. Lovely place .
Enjoyed dinner. Drinks were good, waitress was not around during dinner, bread on table, no oil. Waitress seemed to be to involved with take out orders.
The food is just ok, though the portions are extremely small. For the price they charge I’d expect more than three small cubes of chicken or even smaller (still three) cubes of lamb. Tables are also on top of each other, so you’ll need to be ok with additional guests sitting together with you. I would not recommend this place.
Food was very good. I had the Sultan's smash with lamb. Eggplant was great. Calamari was also very good. Service was good not great but small complaint. Very reasonable and would definitely go back. Very convenient to Beacon Theater. Every dish I saw go by to other tables looked goad and portions were generous.
Good food. Pleasant service. Welcoming atmosphere.
Great food. Terrible Service. One of our appetizers was forgotten and if we didn't check on the entrees, I'm not sure they would ever come. The food is good and the waitress was nice but the service overall was very bad. The eating experience ended up being stressful. If you can go at a down time, then I would recommend it. Otherwise, no.
Great food, lovely atmosphere!
Came here before a concert at the beacon as it is 2 blocks away. What a pleasant and delicious surprise. Excellent authentic Greek restaurant. The small mezze plate was delicious, everything fresh and tasty. The octopus appetizer fabulous as well. We both had the branzino which was simply grilled and served with a salad. Great meal especially before a concert!
Dorado was grilled but tasteless. If u can't make fish don't have it on menu.
I have eaten here a few times. In past times the food was very good, this time the mezes were very good and the Turkish wine was good but the lamb shank was overly fatty. Service was mediocre; servers looked bored and were inattentive. Maybe it was an off night.
Was here before a name change or 2 ago, and food was better. Lamb/Chicken ka- bob, both meats tough and chewy. Octopus while delicious was a very small portion, hummus and falafel average...nothing to get excited about, sorry.
Decent though hardly exceptional food. Ditto for service. They recently redecorated the place and the new "decor" is terrible. Has zero to do with it being a Turkish restaurant. Finally, many of the customers were very poorly dressed, even by the standards of the upper West side. A bit disconcerting to see people in tee-shirt and cheap jeans in a restaurant of this type. Nevertheless, all and all, we will return.
The food was delicious and the service was efficient.
Excellent from start to finish. Grilled octopus was cooked just right and delicious as was the calamari, tender on the inside with a little crunch from the breading on the outside. The warm bread they bring to the table is fantastic. The grilled sea bass was excellent and comes with a lovely side salad. My husband had the chicken kabob which was also good. My son enjoyed the homemade gyro. The Turkish coffee is good and fun ending to the meal. I highly recommend this restaurant. From the food to the friendly service.
Always good food, well served, comfortable place, can be a little noisy
My first time at this restaurant, and looking forward to going back. Flavorful food, generous portions, lovely atmosphere, and friendly service. Try the lentil soup -- really outstanding!
One of our favorite Turkish places for Halal meals. The service is efficient but could be a bit more friendly. We went for brunch, which is a new menu on the weekend. Usually we get our food fast, this time, however, the main dishes took too long to arrive with a big gap after eating the appetizers , so that was uncomfortable. Still, I highly recommend the restaurant for most of its dishes. Our favorites are: lentil soup, shepard’s salad w/feta, tarama, and lahmacun. I like the burger (only on the brunch menu), except that this time it was salty (besides arriving late)
Pretty disappointed overall. I was really looking forward to the menu and the food looked amazing in pictures. Too bad that all of the portions were so small - my chicken kabobs has three cute little pieces of chicken - and the taste or presentation didn’t make up for it. It wasn’t worth the price. There is a major difference between “expensive” and “overpriced”
Made reservation through open table, when we got to the restaurant it was very full and they offered us to seat at the bar..?!. Lucky they solved and seated us a table where I even didn’t have a fork. Because it was a busy night, food took about 30-45 min to arrive, the service definitely could have been better. Food was fine but wish the place hadn’t been so full and the service would have been better.
We were attending a show at the Triad, and were excited to see that the restaurant was directly underneath the theatre. The decor was pleasant and modern. Unfortunately, the acoustics were terrible, and we could hear all of the conversations at the other tables. The food more than made up for it. The lamb kabob was excellent, and I really enjoyed the chicken and vegetable soup. Extra points for presentation of the Turkish coffee.
Attentive service and very tasty food in generous portions. Cost is reasonable for the quality of the food.
The new decor is just beautiful. The food is authentic and delicious.
Yummy food every time!
We were there on Valentine's Day. Everything was very nice. My chicken was a tad dry but very tasty nonetheless.
We were a party of two and did not get to sample much of a variety. I had the arugula and orange salad with chicken kabob. It was a vast amount of arugula, very little orange and a few pieces, cut in half of chicken kabob. The waitstaff, while bringing me a glass of wine and my dinner companion a taste of wine for consideration, spilled wine down the back of my dinner companion and soaked her sweater and skirt. When we had settled down she inquired whether she would like to order a glass of wine. I think at least she should have been offered a complementary glass. At the end of the meal there was no offer of a comp dessert nor did she offer to comp her entree. The other dish, a souvlaki was good enough but not memorable.
good grub. good service . unhurried. blessedly quiet and little occupied for Saturday lunch
great place to get a quick meal before an event at the Beacon.