This restaurant specializes in Turkish food. The food generally was quite good. The chicken Kebobs were a bit dry. However the lamb shank special was excellent. The desserts were only average. The service was very good.
1 - 10 of 48 reviews
Personnel is very good and friendly, the food is good. I wont recommend the mezze for two because 80% of the plate are beans and very little of the others Turkish appetizers that were vey good.
We met our friends there and had a great visit. The food was prepared very well and tasty. We shared zucchini Pancakes and a salad and then had our own entree. We so enjoyed the room and the food.
We went because this restaurant is the only establishment in the vicinity of the 92nd St Y that takes reservations at which the appetizers don't cost $20 (I'm talking about Sfoglia). This section of Carnegie Hill has a paucity of restaurants that take reservations. As...More
We were planning to have dinner at one of the good neighborhood restaurants, Lex, but could not get a table. So, we went across the street to Peri Ela. We had walked by the Peri Ela on many occasions and knew that it was Mediterranean...More
This is a restaurant where you can try a range of Turkish specialties. Nice cosy atmosphere - brown wooden panels, small tables, a bar with a brick wall. Excellent food. We tried the shepherd´s salad with feta cheese, a cheese plate, mixed grill, chicken kebab...More
This Upper East Side restaurant offers very good well prepared Turkish dishes. The service is very friendly and also efficient. The space is simple and attractive. Only the noise level is disturbing whenever most of the tables are occupied.
So glad we stopped. Delicious, healthy and reasonably priced Turkish food in a cozy setting with very friendly service on the Upper East Side. Can't wait to come back for dinner! Photo is Turkish mixed vegetables with yogurt sauce: