We ordered a take away dinner. The food was a good. The vegetarian falafel was very good. The combination platter was also very good. Portions could have been better. Not too pricey for a Turkish restaurant.
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eally very unfortunate because the food isn't the problem. BEWARE management is the worst! Ordered catering for 14 adults and was completely robbed. When I called to let them know I was unsatisfied with the portions of cold and hot appetizers I was screamed at...More
First visit to this restaurant. Used a restaurant.com gift certificate. Service was great. Food good. Will return.Chose brown rice instead of brown rice/white rice combination. I DID NOT care for the brown rice at all. Husband had the brown rice and enjoyed it.
Our 3rd time in this restaurant, and last one. Somehow we liked it a lot 1st time around a few years back, was OK 2nd time. This time 2 eggplant appetizers were interesting enough, kebab was ok, overdone I think. Had to wait for everything...More
Went for the first time with friends who had been there before. Every dish was excellent in presentation and taste. My wife particularly liked the Shepard salad. I had the Koy mixed grill Kebab which had one each of the 3 version of Kebab. All...More
Went one day after shopping. I wasn't sure the hubby would want to try it, but he was game. We both had chicken gyros. They were very good. Service was slow considering it wasn't crowded. They didn't have any soups because they had a problem...More
Not the greatest Turkish food ( I am sorry, I am Turkish). Serving was worse!! We were there because we had a coupon... At the end, they forgot to add our coupon discount. And then, they void someone else's check and swiped our credit card...More
Tired of the standard fare? Give Koy a chance. The food is interesting and very tasty. Portions are nicely sized. This is a very comfortable family restaurant, easily accessible, and very clean. One caution: you can fill up on the bread because it's too good...More
I tried Gyro, wasn't the best. Baklava, again, very average. But about Turkish coffee oh there are certain rules that makes a coffee a Turkish coffee. You can't add sugar to Turkish coffee. It is just like pouring some water on your meal just because...More
Had a reservation for 7:30pm and were seated promptly. This is a BYOB place so keep in mind prior to arriving or you'll be disappointed. We started with the cold platter which was hearty and delicious. It had hummus, baba ganoush, yogurt with nuts and...More