Tuba Mediterranean Palo Alto
It’s casual dinning at best. Could improve on service and hire professional waiters instead of having family service. Best part was the food. Little pricey for a cafe like ambiance and for what it’s worth. And could stay open little longer. They turned away some dinners because kitchen had already closed at 9:30 pm. Overall, it was good!! I would go there again for lunch, or if we’re in for a very casual dinning.
Really good Mediterranean/Turkish food at Tuba for a reasonable price. Service was great. Only issues were that we were there for dinner and the sun is really bright on most of the tables in the restaurant. It looks like there is a structure for an awning by no actual awning. Also, they had applied for beer/wine license but hadn't received it yet. Their policy right now is BYO.
Falafel was very dry. Lentil soup was nice, but definitely not best in town, as the menu claims. We were surprised that there was no wine menu or alcohol, not sure if it’s by choice or just that they haven’t gotten licensure yet. Service was good and the staff was very accommodating.
Would have given a 5 star on many items we tried on the menu but the Mus-aka was lacking a punch
Good food! Friendly service.
Wowww. Really amazing I love it. They had other locations at sf finally near by me.
I love Adana Kebab and baklava. They are serving menemen and bureke
Copious quantities of Middle Eastern food: the hot meze platter was enough for three people for dinner. It was quite tasty, as was an eggplant casserole we had ordered but ate only a small part of. The leftovers made a good lunch the next day. It was quiet because is alcohol license hadn’t come through yet.
The food was authentic and very tasty. Great cold appetizers combo. Lamb chops were delicious.