Media Contact: Deniz Kocak
Turkuaz Restaurant Reopens in Midtown West
New York, NY (February 19, 2018) - Turkuaz, the largest Turkish restaurant in New York City, was a landmark in the Upper West Side for 18 years and had closed down this past summer.
Turkuaz is now back in the City, this time in Midtown West, at 255 W. 55th St. (between Broadway & 8th Ave). The menu is filled with both authentic Turkish dishes and has also some Mediterranean salads and flavors. It is a great option for both vegetarians and lamb-lovers.
Among appetizers are hummus, cacik, haydari, eggplant salad, babaghannosh, zucchini pancakes, stuffed bulgur and calf’s liver. Entrees consist of various kebabs, and traditional dishes like vegetable casserole with lamb, stuffed cabbage with ground lamb.
Home made desserts like pistachio pudding, rice pudding, baklava and milk custards makes a great finale of a fulfilling lunch or dinner.
Turkuaz Restaurant is open every day of the week, from 11am-11pm. Full liquor license is available at this location. Take-out and delivery is available. Catering packages can be inquired.
255 W 55th Street
New York, NY 10019