Time Out says
Upper West Siders know to come to Seven’s Mediterranean Turkish Grill to get their kebab fix. The menu reads like a list of the greatest hits of Turkish cuisine: hummus ($6.50), baba ganoush ($7), stuffed grape leaves ($8), and nearly every variety of kebab, from doner ($14) to kofte ($15). Especially hungry? Opt for the mixed grill, a medley of chicken adana kebab, doner kebab, lamb chops and shish kebabs ($23). This restaurant even serves the sometimes hard-to-find lahmajoun, a pizza-like flatbread topped with ground lamb and chopped vegetables ($14), and pide, a savory pie with a thicker crust that can be stuffed with feta and eggs ($12.75), pastrami and mozzarella ($13.25) or gyro ($13). Like any good Turkish grill, Seven’s Mediterranean stocks ayran, a cold yogurt drink ($1.75), and will be happy to brew you a steaming glass of Turkish coffee ($2.50) or tea ($1.50).