Let's go eat some Turkish Food!
Attention: (Every individual order one favorite dish) We are going to eat Family Style with serving spoon, Do not RSVP if Family style is not for you. we will split the final bill of food . Every individual is responsible to pay their own drinks.
Payment: Cash Only! (Please bring change to make organizer's job easier.)
Please take your RSVP seriously as other guests often have to be turned away. There will be a $2.00 organization fee for this meetup to be collected at the day of the event.
(Please understand and appreciate that the organizer has to research the venue, go in person to check the place, talk to the manager for the reservation, take time to make this informative meetup page. has to be at event earlier and leave late. Collecting the Money from each individuals, since most restaurant doesn't split the bill. The $2.00 organization fee is to keep the organization and easy-going. Please do not RSVP if you don't agreed.)
Turkish Grill was on ABC Neighborhood Eats. here is the Link of Video
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Here's a Yelp review for this restaurant:
Turkish Cuisine........Again we relied on fellow yelpers to find this place. Located on 41st St., and Queens Blvd. in Sunnyside, Queens...we took the # 60 bus from the corner of Broadway straight to the place..We were there in 15 minutes.
Since it was already way..way... past noon...we found the place almost empty except for one table in the back corner.
We were promptly seated in front so you can see the view of all the passer-bys...The staff dressed in all black all seemed alert...pleasant and atttentive. The place was small but tastefully decorated.
We skipped the appetizers and went for the kill.....SICAK YEMEKLER/ ENTREES....all entrees were served with grilled peppers, grilled tomatoes,seasoned rice, shredded purple cabbage,lettice w/onions.
I ordered Chicken Adana....Ground chicken flavored with red bell peppers seasoned with paprika and grilled on skewers...It was unbelievably DELICIOUS!!!and Camille had Chicken Tender chunks of chicken marinated with the chef's own blend of herbs and spices. Equally DELICIOUS....
After that meal we were really full but wanted to try the dessert. called Kanafe...a pastry made of shredded wheat threads with a spread of "Nabulsi" cheese served in very hot syrup w/ clotted cream topped with crushed pistachio & walnut!!! It was good ..very sweet and different.
I assume the calories are staggering...but who cares...I just have to skip having desserts for a month!!
The place was almost full when we left. .(exceptfor1 table). a pretty good sign that people d olove the place.