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Turqoise In Larchmont--any thoughts?

J. Sexton Aug 1, 2006 09:44 PM

Has anyone been to Turquoise and had a good meal? A bad meal? What should we have? Thanks--

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    Doreen RE: J. Sexton Aug 3, 2006 02:02 PM

    Went with a group not very long after it had opened. It was good but they still hadn't gotten their act together. Worth a try.

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      wesfoodie RE: J. Sexton Aug 5, 2006 01:16 AM

      Its been around for years in different incarnations. It had been a take out place with a few chairs, then they were a take out with a few chairs and groceries (upscale). Then they added french cheeses. Then they turned it into a nicer restaurant.

      All along the food has been consistant amd consistently good, fresh and authentic. Definately worth a try or three.


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        debmom RE: J. Sexton Aug 5, 2006 02:27 PM

        They had a restaurant in Mamaroneck that burnt down several years ago. After that they made this store of theirs into a restaurant. We have been a couple of times. The food is good, but not as good as I remember it in Mamaroneck. I think it's a little pricey for what you get.

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          NYCWeenie RE: J. Sexton Aug 6, 2006 07:40 AM

          The kebabs, especially the Iskender, at the Mamaroneck location were very good, as was the humus/whole meze plate, but I haven't been to the Larchmont location yet.

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            evtasch RE: J. Sexton Jan 14, 2007 08:54 PM

            I play soccer with the owner of this restaurant....the decor is lovely....can't vouch for the food (haven't had a full meal yet) but the baklava is AWESOME!! Belly dancing on Saturday nights!!!

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              uberkelly RE: J. Sexton Jan 15, 2007 12:28 AM

              Try Turkish Meze in Mamaroneck for good Turkish food.

              I remember Westchester Magazine did a review of Turquoise and said the food was not good but the place is always packed anyway.

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                laylag RE: uberkelly Jan 15, 2007 01:36 AM

                And if Westchester Magazine said the food wasn't good, then it must be really, really...uhm very bad.

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