Bodrum Turkish Mediterranean

Restaurants, Mediterranean Upper West Side
Bodrum Turkish Mediterranean
Venue says Join us for addictive weekend brunch on our outside patio! Saturday & Sunday only: 11:30am – 3:00pm

This Upper West Side restaurant gets its name and culinary outlook from the port city of Bodrum on the Turquoise Coast of Turkey. Start with mezzes like sigara borek, or filo cigars filled with feta and parsley ($7.95), smoky baba ganoush ($8.50) and spiced eggplant cooked in tomato sauce ($8.50). Entrees include lamb shish kebab ($21.95), moussaka ($17.95), vegetable tagine ($17) and coriander-crusted salmon ($20.95). Bodrum also serves brick-oven thin-crust pizzas with toppings like artichoke hearts and sun-dried tomatoes ($15), chipotle cream sauce and lamb meatballs ($15) and pear, caramelized walnuts and gorgonzola cheese ($15.50). Make brunch reservations to try everything from shakshuka ($14.95) to poached eggs with sauteed spinach and garlic-yogurt sauce ($13) to a brunch pizza with pastrami, feta and eggs ($15).

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Bodrum Turkish Mediterranean says
Named after the spectacular port city on the Mediterranean’s Turquoise coast, Bodrum breathes some fresh air into the NYC’s Upper West Side with an ambitious, unique menu of Mediterranean food.

We offer Turkish inspired variations that you will find nowhere else. Our juicy Lamb Kebab and Chicken Kebab are some other favorites. We season and marinate them to give you the distinctive flavors of the region. The more adventurous love our Kofte which matches the tastiness you will only find overseas. Our seafood dishes, such as Branzini & Fish Tagine, come from all over the Mediterranean.

Bodrum is an inclusive restaurant, giving everyone, whether families, couples or friends, the chance to enjoy an incredible range of Mediterranean food at its best. We welcome families that want to introduce children to new dishes or just to enjoy gourmet brick oven pizza. We also cater to friends who want to share some mezzes or a bottle of wine before going out for the evening. Many choose Bodrum because they are in the Upper West Side neighborhood for a stroll in Central Park or checking out the American Museum of Natural History.

With an expansive menu, every trip to Bodrum will mean another discovery and conveys the magic of the Turkish city in food. Our wood burning brick oven, one of Bodrum’s centerpieces, enables us to make specialty pizzas in the style of Naples, the birthplace of pizza.
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Venue name: Bodrum Turkish Mediterranean
Address: 584 Amsterdam Avenue
New York
Opening hours: Mon – Wed 11:30 AM – 10:15 PM Thu- Sat 11:30 AM – 10:45 PM Sun 11:30 AM – 10:15 PM
Price: $30 and under
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