Lalezar Turkish Restaurant

★★☆☆☆
  • 2715 Ave U

    Brooklyn, NY 11229

    Map & Directions
  • 718-769-7003

About Lalezar Turkish Restaurant

Hours
Mon. - Sun. 11am - 11pm
2.0 2
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My group of friends decided to go to Lalezar for lunch. Two of us arrived early, and we told the restaurant that other were coming, we were told to take a seat in a darkened dining area. When we were approached by a waiter, we asked that the lights be turned on and that bread and water be brought to us. I was rather aghast when the response was ??we will when the others come!?! I should have walked out then, but my friends were meeting us there. My friends arrived so did the lights, water and bread.
When the lights turned on I noticed that the dining room was dingy. Lalezar had none of the delightful flat Turkish bread, but did give us a stingy amount of dry Pita.
Not a good start.
The lunch menu, a folded plain paper copy, had no lunch specials! It did have a catering menu. When we tried to order the catering menu, we were told it is not available in the restaurant. The a la carte menu was not cheap, but we were hungry. We ordered one large salad for the table and one small size main per person and the bill came to $15/per person. My lamb was greasy and the Feta was dry and yellowy.
Maybe Lalezar should keep the lights off.
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★★☆☆☆

My group of friends decided to go to Lalezar for lunch. Two of us arrived early, and we told the restaurant that other were coming, we were told to take a seat in a darkened dining area. When we were approached by a waiter, we asked that the lights be turned on and that bread and water be brought to us. I was rather aghast when the response was ??we will when the others come!?! I should have walked out then, but my friends were meeting us there. My friends arrived so did the lights, water and bread.
When the lights turned on I noticed that the dining room was dingy. Lalezar had none of the delightful flat Turkish bread, but did give us a stingy amount of dry Pita.
Not a good start.
The lunch menu, a folded plain paper copy, had no lunch specials! It did have a catering menu. When we tried to order the catering menu, we were told it is not available in the restaurant. The a la carte menu was not cheap, but we were hungry. We ordered one large salad for the table and one small size main per person and the bill came to $15/per person. My lamb was greasy and the Feta was dry and yellowy.
Maybe Lalezar should keep the lights off.
for more see www.ditmasestates.com

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My group of friends decided to go to Lalezar for lunch. Two of us arrived early, and we told the restaurant that other were coming, we were told to take a seat in a darkened dining area. When we were approached by a waiter, we asked that the lights be turned on and that bread and water be brought to us. I was rather aghast when the response was ??we will when the others come!?! I should have walked out then, but my friends were meeting us there. My friends arrived so did the lights, water and bread.
When the lights turned on I noticed that the dining room was dingy. Lalezar had none of the delightful flat Turkish bread, but did give us a stingy amount of dry Pita.
Not a good start.
The lunch menu, a folded plain paper copy, had no lunch specials! It did have a catering menu. When we tried to order the catering menu, we were told it is not available in the restaurant. The a la carte menu was not cheap, but we were hungry. We ordered one large salad for the table and one small size main per person and the bill came to $15/per person. My lamb was greasy and the Feta was dry and yellowy.
Maybe Lalezar should keep the lights off.
For more see ditmasestates

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★★☆☆☆

My group of friends decided to go to Lalezar for lunch. Two of us arrived early, and we told the restaurant that other were coming, we were told to take a seat in a darkened dining area. When we were approached by a waiter, we asked that the lights be turned on and that bread and water be brought to us. I was rather aghast when the response was ??we will when the others come!?! I should have walked out then, but my friends were meeting us there. My friends arrived so did the lights, water and bread.
When the lights turned on I noticed that the dining room was dingy. Lalezar had none of the delightful flat Turkish bread, but did give us a stingy amount of dry Pita.
Not a good start.
The lunch menu, a folded plain paper copy, had no lunch specials! It did have a catering menu. When we tried to order the catering menu, we were told it is not available in the restaurant. The a la carte menu was not cheap, but we were hungry. We ordered one large salad for the table and one small size main per person and the bill came to $15/per person. My lamb was greasy and the Feta was dry and yellowy.
Maybe Lalezar should keep the lights off.
For more see ditmasestates

Pros: Always empty

Cons: Not worth a visit

 

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