50% off of Wines by the Glass weekdays 2-4pm
Pay only half a price of the wines by the glass weekdays between 2-4pm
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: April 8, 2019
Ends: April 9, 2118
Availability: Mon-Thu 2:00PM-4:00PM
Food was just perfect! We'll be back when in NY.
Date was OK.
Thought there should be more variety in the main dishes. There was basically only 2 main dishes, with side dishes and lots of cold salads. The food was excellent.
Beautiful restaurant. Food was good. Husband loved it. Service left something to be desired but not the worst I’ve had that’s for sure.
Love this place! I eat-in & order for delivery. Always great!
I LOVE this restaurant. The best Turkish food in NYC.
Food temperature could and should be worked on. Server and everyone was great!!!
Food was bland and overpriced. Try another Turkish restaurant. This one will not last.
We ate outside in the lovely garden. The food was fabulous the service was fantastic and we will definitely go back again.
Excellent food and service. The Turkish wine was a wonderful treat/surprise. We will return and recommend.
The food and service at Turkuaz is superb. I've been there several times and highly recommend it! The staff is friendly and welcoming, the food delicious and the value is great. Go! You will enjoy.
Food was OK, service nice, but rushed. server cleared plates while some guests were still eating. felt like being rushed.
Delicious food and attentive service.
We thoroughly enjoyed our dining at Turkuaz. My chicken kabob was the most tender chicken I have ever eaten and the flavor was lovely. The recommended Turkish white wine was also a hit; light and fruity taste perfect for the hot humid weather. The decorations and ambience of the restaurant are lovely and inviting.
Food, Ambiance & Service was Amazing.. 🤤
Excellent service. Shepherd's salad, hummus and zucchini pancakes were delicious. Chicken Adana kebabs are a must try. Throughly enjoyed meal. Try the Turkish wine (Kayut) it was a pleasant surprise recommended by the waiter. Will go back.
A return visit to a good Turkish restaurant in a newish mid-town location. Good food, excellent service, pleasant atmosphere.I had the Lamb Sis, and my wife a vegetable casserole with lamb. Both quite good. We enjoyed a Turkish red wine that was full-bodied. (Cavalkidere (sp?))
A good spot to find before a Broadway curtain...
The service is extraordinary---knowledgeable and attentive.
We were there for a special occasion. Highly recommend.
Food and service were excellent. Highly recommend!
Excellent service and nice menu selections.
Run to this restaurant. Everything about it is incredible. Denise is the best!
Our latest favorite Turkish restaurant in NYC: great food, lovely owner, terrific value. Highly recommended.
I chose this restaurant because it was close to the theatre, hoping it would be okay. It was much more than okay — great service, terrific food, and a quiet serene atmosphere. Highly recommend.
Location worked well for us since we had a theater show nearby. Warm welcome, romantic lighting and decor was very inviting. They also have a small backyard where we sat. Good wine selection and decent prices. Salad and cold appetizers were fresh and delicious. Loved the stuffed grape leaves and eggplant salad. Menu is pretty big, we ordered chicken shish and shrimp casserole, both were perfectly cooked. Our server was very knowledgeable and he made sure that our food came right on time for us to catch our show. Great spot.
Wonderful evening! Gorgeous and delicious food and exceptional service.
We are long time customers from back when they were in the UWS. So happy to have found them back again. Their new location is very pretty. Has a backyard and private rooms. I still miss the old place because we lived right around the corner but will come here again. Especially when going to the LC.
My family and I arrived on time and were seated promptly. The restaurant was mostly empty, but you'd think it was packed with the way our server almost never checked on us. For drinks we ordered ice water and soda, but the water came without ice so we had to ask for it again. Then we had to ask again for sodas because those didn't arrive. Then our meals came out without the appetizers we ordered (we ate dry bread and poured some olive oil for ourselves because no one did it for us.) We were halfway done with our entrees before our server asked if we liked our food, so we asked him to cancel the apps because we were already full and there was no point. He apologized profusely and said we could have them on the house, but we declined. The manager came over and apologized and repeated the same thing, and they brought over the apps that we had declined. We asked for the check soon after. To be honest, considering the quality of our service and the subpar meal, we thought it was kind of pricey. We went to a different middle eastern restaurant the next day for dinner -- Ravagh -- and even though it cost more, we thought it was worth every penny. We don't mind paying for a nice dinner....we just expect the service, ambiance and food quality to match the price tag. With the plethora of mid-east food options in nyc, we won't be returning to Turkuaz in the future. We truly felt like our presence was a burden.
Excellent in every way. Outstanding!
We had an excellent experience dining here. I had never tried Turkish food before, so I was not totally sure what to expect. We got the cold appetizer platter which was absolutely amazing. I could have simply eaten the hummus and baba ganoush as my meal. The grilled chicken was juicy and perfectly seasoned and the lamb with baby okra was incredible. For dessert, we ordered peach and chocolate icecream with Turkish coffee which was a great way to end the meal. The only thing I was not totally in love with was the Turkish dumpling dish, but even that was pretty good. The wait staff was knowledgable and friendly. We left a jacket behind and they were very helpful in returning it to us. After spending a week in NYC, this was the meal that stood out to me the most.
We ate pre theatre out on the delightful back patio. We were offered a tasting of Turkish wines to help us choose. Our food was delicious, deeply flavorful and perfectly cooked (chicken chops and salmon wrapped in vine leaves). The staff was attentive and helpful. In a city of endless dining choices, we’ll return to Turkuaz.
The food was truly wonderful but the service was just terrible. Smiling but oh so very very slow
Great place to catch a meal before a 7pm show. We came for a birthday and the guys came and sang.
Must get the branzino and appetizer platter. Great meal!
Long story short, the restaurant couldn't decide who our waiter was. One of the waiters was kind and competent. The other waiter screwed up our order several times. Even then, the replacement salmon was undercooked. Then they dramatically overcharged us for lots of items we didn't order. It took a long time to get the bill sorted and the manager/owner did nothing to offer amends.
The desserts were good and the rest of the meal was fairly tasty. The location is great, but I wouldn't recommend anyone go until they get their service sorted out.
The food was incredible but our service was unacceptable. Our reservation could not be located when we arrived. Appetizers that we did not order were brought to our table not once but twice. Our server took our order, wrote it down, then returned to the table to ask for our order a second time. He had to be reminded to bring our wine. It appeared that the other servers were much better fit to the job than ours.
A Westside gem. Excellent food and attentive service.
The best Turkish food. Service and ambiance was awesome. Specially sitting outside in the back was Amazing.
The food was tasty. The service was a bit off. One server forgot that potatoes were included and then added a rice on the side along with french fries, when the dish called for roasted potatoes. Overall, a nice restaurant.
Food, service and ambience was great. We will return!
Yummy food, nice portions, but...where was the sprinkle of sumac on the salad or elsewhere?. I thought it was missing a certain taste, maybe too American-ized & withholding the spices left me feeling it could've been better 😋
Food was great. I only wish they had Turkish wine in stock.