Sip Sak (Turkish)
928 2nd Ave (between 49th & 50th St)
Sunday, March 31
5:45 pm optional drinks
6:30 pm dinner
$78 (early payment price) prix fixe includes:
3 courses, 1 glass of wine or soft drink, coffee/tea, tax & tip
because of change of venue, early payment price is available through March 31
+$10 supplement for non-members and guests
Orhan Tegan is the founder of Turkish food in New York City. Singlehandedly, he made this city respect the quality of that cuisine and the nuances that made it one of the world’s great cooking traditions. Having opened up more than a half dozen restaurants in his youth (including Turkish Kitchen) he came out of retirement in 2004 to open Sip Sak (pronounced in Turkish “ship shock”). Serious Eats magazine wrote, “Sip Sak’s cooking so resembles what you’ll find in Turkey that it’s hard not to imagine yourself there.” A critic writing for the NYTimes penned, “I’m convinced that Mr. Yegen performs some incantation as he whisks eggplant, olive oil, garlic and lemon into a silky spread that he calls eggplant salad.” An eccentric chef whose genius and quirks can be mistaken as slightly abrasive, says about his food, “What you are eating here is my culture… it has to be like this. There can be no other way.” Michelin Guide recommended.
REFUND POLICY: Due to restaurant deposit and guarantee requirements, cancellations for dinners are accepted up to ONE WEEK prior to the event. If you cancel 4-6 days prior, you will receive a credit toward a future event, but there will be no refunds for cancellations made 0-3 days before a dinner. Ticketed events (tours, shows, and ANY non-dinner event) are non-refundable within 7 days of the event.
Also note: ALL menus listed are subject to change due to restaurant supply.
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