Limon Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 238 East 24th Street

    New York, NY 10010

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  • 212-213-3343

About Limon Restaurant

Hours
Daily 11am-11pm
Special Offer
Lunch Special

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The food is amazing!

We order the hummus appetizer which came with olive oil.

For the main I ordered smoked eggplant salad was so delicious!

After we went to the New York Comedy Club, and bought discount

Tickets online at Best

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★★★★★

The food is amazing!

We order the hummus appetizer which came with olive oil.

For the main I ordered smoked eggplant salad was so delicious!

After we went to the New York Comedy Club, and bought discount

Tickets online at Best

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I went here on a Saturday night with a group of couples, and everything was great, until the band-aid salad arrived. One of the people I was with took a bite of a delicious tomato salad, only to spit out a band-aid. Needless to say, none of us much of an appetite after the 'Band-aid Surprise Salad', and to make matters worse, we were only comped one entree as an apology - not much for customer service.

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I went here on a Saturday night with a group of couples, and everything was great, until the band-aid salad arrived. One of the people I was with took a bite of a delicious tomato salad, only to spit out a band-aid. Needless to say, none of us much of an appetite after the 'Band-aid Surprise Salad', and to make matters worse, we were only comped one entree as an apology - not much for customer service.

Pros: Great Apps

Cons: BAND-AID SALAD

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I usually get a lamb dish which is always delicious, plus appetizers. I have lived in Turkey and can say the food at this place is authentic and very good. The restaurant is quite small but it is comfortable and a good place to either eat with friends or dine alone. I often get delivery which arrives in a half hour or so.

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★★★★★

I usually get a lamb dish which is always delicious, plus appetizers. I have lived in Turkey and can say the food at this place is authentic and very good. The restaurant is quite small but it is comfortable and a good place to either eat with friends or dine alone. I often get delivery which arrives in a half hour or so.

Pros: tasty food

Cons: lots of calories

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I went here for a friend's birthday and we had a great time. This cozy (6 table) place has great Turkish food with huge portions. One of my favorite parts were the dips - hummus and others - that come served with warm bread. Their salads are great and their entrees are good sized.

Not to mention it's BYOB. Cute little find!

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★★★★★

I went here for a friend's birthday and we had a great time. This cozy (6 table) place has great Turkish food with huge portions. One of my favorite parts were the dips - hummus and others - that come served with warm bread. Their salads are great and their entrees are good sized.

Not to mention it's BYOB. Cute little find!

Pros: delicious food

Cons: small space

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This place opened a few months ago (where 101 used to be) and I can't say enough good things about it. The food was excellent - probably the best lamb I have ever eaten and I got a mixed meze plate that was delicious. My friend got the grilled whole fish which was also very tasty. The place is small but not cramped or packed (not yet at least!) with a very cozy feel about it. I have ordered in delivery from here a few times which was equally as good. Until they get their liquor license, it's BYOB as an added bonus!

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★★★★★

This place opened a few months ago (where 101 used to be) and I can't say enough good things about it. The food was excellent - probably the best lamb I have ever eaten and I got a mixed meze plate that was delicious. My friend got the grilled whole fish which was also very tasty. The place is small but not cramped or packed (not yet at least!) with a very cozy feel about it. I have ordered in delivery from here a few times which was equally as good. Until they get their liquor license, it's BYOB as an added bonus!

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I ordered through Seamless over 2 hours ago. They said my food would be here within 45 minutes.
To top it off, they're not picking up the phone so I can't even complain to say I haven't gotten my food.
This is absolutely ridiculous.

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I ordered through Seamless over 2 hours ago. They said my food would be here within 45 minutes.
To top it off, they're not picking up the phone so I can't even complain to say I haven't gotten my food.
This is absolutely ridiculous.

Pros: None

Cons: Never delivered my food, didn't pick up the phone during business hours.

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I work near 101 and always find the food to be fresh and delicious. Their delivery is fast and courteous!

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★★★★☆

I work near 101 and always find the food to be fresh and delicious. Their delivery is fast and courteous!

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I spent the last school year working and living in Turkey, so I'm very familiar with Turkish cuisine, and this place had it down perfectly. I couldn't believe how tiny the dining room was and there was only a curtain between us and the kitchen, but the food was delicious and our waiter couldn't have been nicer. We had the sigara boregi and the falafel for appetizers- both hit the spot. The cheese inside the sigara boregi was melted to perfection. The main courses were as equally appeting , especially the meat casserole, which was huge (I was still a little hngry after finishing my kofte dish).

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★★★★☆

I spent the last school year working and living in Turkey, so I'm very familiar with Turkish cuisine, and this place had it down perfectly. I couldn't believe how tiny the dining room was and there was only a curtain between us and the kitchen, but the food was delicious and our waiter couldn't have been nicer. We had the sigara boregi and the falafel for appetizers- both hit the spot. The cheese inside the sigara boregi was melted to perfection. The main courses were as equally appeting , especially the meat casserole, which was huge (I was still a little hngry after finishing my kofte dish).

Pros: authenticity, atmosphere, service

Cons: very intimate, small portions

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I was just in Istanbul this summer and loved the food there. 101 Restaurant brought me right back to Istanbul. Everything tasted authentic and it was a really great, romantic dinner. I had the doner and girlfriend had the adana kebap. They were both amazing. I would highly recommend checking this place out soon. They have only been open for five months or so, and it's still BYOB. There was no one else there when I ate there, but once the secret is out I think this place will be full every night of the week. It should be.

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★★★★★

I was just in Istanbul this summer and loved the food there. 101 Restaurant brought me right back to Istanbul. Everything tasted authentic and it was a really great, romantic dinner. I had the doner and girlfriend had the adana kebap. They were both amazing. I would highly recommend checking this place out soon. They have only been open for five months or so, and it's still BYOB. There was no one else there when I ate there, but once the secret is out I think this place will be full every night of the week. It should be.

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101 is an original turkish restaurant where you can get your hands on to a real turkish taste in new york. very similar to what you can find in istanbul. although very small, it's clean, simple and you get tasty turkish dishes at reasonable prices. they deliver too.

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★★★★★

101 is an original turkish restaurant where you can get your hands on to a real turkish taste in new york. very similar to what you can find in istanbul. although very small, it's clean, simple and you get tasty turkish dishes at reasonable prices. they deliver too.

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This small place (seats only 16) features delicious food and a warm, friendly atmosphere. The hummus was quite fresh and tasty; we also enjoyed the zucchini pancakes. Entrees were also cooked perfectly. Our dessert was excellent also. This is a great value-less than $50 total for two people. They've only been open for 3 months-go soon, because I think when the word gets out there will be a line out the door! Also-they don't have a liquor license yet, so you can bring your own bottle of wine or buy one from the store down the street.

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★★★★★

This small place (seats only 16) features delicious food and a warm, friendly atmosphere. The hummus was quite fresh and tasty; we also enjoyed the zucchini pancakes. Entrees were also cooked perfectly. Our dessert was excellent also. This is a great value-less than $50 total for two people. They've only been open for 3 months-go soon, because I think when the word gets out there will be a line out the door! Also-they don't have a liquor license yet, so you can bring your own bottle of wine or buy one from the store down the street.

Pros: inexpensive, warm, intimate

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THIS IS HOW THE FOOD TASTES IN ISTANBUL. i must say as an ameriturk who has been living outside of Turkey for 15 years i have not eaten in a Turkish restaurant that offers Incredibly original flavors; not only for 1 dish but the whole menu... prices are so reasonable that enables you to taste the whole menu if u want... place is small but everyone is friendly... during the day it is more like a fast food style but in the evening mood changes to a intimate dinning atmosphere... i dont think this place could stay as a hidden gem so try now b4 it becomes way too crowded & popular... excelent option for take away or delivery...

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★★★★★

THIS IS HOW THE FOOD TASTES IN ISTANBUL. i must say as an ameriturk who has been living outside of Turkey for 15 years i have not eaten in a Turkish restaurant that offers Incredibly original flavors; not only for 1 dish but the whole menu... prices are so reasonable that enables you to taste the whole menu if u want... place is small but everyone is friendly... during the day it is more like a fast food style but in the evening mood changes to a intimate dinning atmosphere... i dont think this place could stay as a hidden gem so try now b4 it becomes way too crowded & popular... excelent option for take away or delivery...

Pros: food, inexpensive

Cons: small space

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A cute little spot with a wonderful selection of turkish specialties. We were completely taken by suprise as we loved the food, whether it was the freshly made Imam Bayaldi (an eggplant appetizer stuffed with tomatoes, pine nuts and currants) or the delicious shishs (the lamb shish was very very tasty!). Then of course, we had to finish with a little treat - the Baklava was just perfect. The place is small but it is definitely worth it

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★★★★★

A cute little spot with a wonderful selection of turkish specialties. We were completely taken by suprise as we loved the food, whether it was the freshly made Imam Bayaldi (an eggplant appetizer stuffed with tomatoes, pine nuts and currants) or the delicious shishs (the lamb shish was very very tasty!). Then of course, we had to finish with a little treat - the Baklava was just perfect. The place is small but it is definitely worth it

Pros: small restaurant

Cons: delicious food, good service

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A friend of mine took me to this tiny Turkish restaurant where she ate before. I was positively impressed by almost everything here. The food is really wonderful. Having tried most of the Turkish places in the city, I'd gladly vouch for the food at 101. Salads and appetizers are fresh and very tasty, but the meat is definitely the best I've ever had in a Turkish restaurant in New York. Prices are reasonable, ambiance is cozy & chich, and the service is friendly.

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★★★★★

A friend of mine took me to this tiny Turkish restaurant where she ate before. I was positively impressed by almost everything here. The food is really wonderful. Having tried most of the Turkish places in the city, I'd gladly vouch for the food at 101. Salads and appetizers are fresh and very tasty, but the meat is definitely the best I've ever had in a Turkish restaurant in New York. Prices are reasonable, ambiance is cozy & chich, and the service is friendly.

Pros: Excellent food, Presentation, Reasonable Pricing

Cons: Tight space

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I usually get disappointed when comparing different countries kitchens homeland states with their offshore presences. I mean until last week. At a Turkish restaurant named 101, newly opened in Manhattan, I experienced how a kitchen of a country could preserve its pure originality. Actually this originality is very important. The ones dealing with meals prefer to change the original recipes as to the place they are locating in. I do not think that they ask for the ideas of customers while making these changes. Obviously, eating these meals made of these clever (!) changes seems like watching a basketball game played with a soccer ball. The Turkish meals I ate at 101 were exactly the same with the meals I ate in Turkey, especially doner and adana kebap, besides in a way I have not seen in the Turkish restaurants I visited during my previous stays in NY.

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★★★★★

I usually get disappointed when comparing different countries kitchens homeland states with their offshore presences. I mean until last week. At a Turkish restaurant named 101, newly opened in Manhattan, I experienced how a kitchen of a country could preserve its pure originality. Actually this originality is very important. The ones dealing with meals prefer to change the original recipes as to the place they are locating in. I do not think that they ask for the ideas of customers while making these changes. Obviously, eating these meals made of these clever (!) changes seems like watching a basketball game played with a soccer ball. The Turkish meals I ate at 101 were exactly the same with the meals I ate in Turkey, especially doner and adana kebap, besides in a way I have not seen in the Turkish restaurants I visited during my previous stays in NY.

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Turkish restaurant with kebabs, vegetarian, cold and hot appetizers, salads, paninis, plus special Turkish coffee and mint tea.

 

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