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January 22, 2017 @ 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM$70 – $75
Sip Sak- Rescheduled to January 22
928 2nd Ave (Between 49th and 50th)
Sunday, January 22nd
5:30 pm optional drinks, 6:30 dinner
$70- 3-course meal, glass wine, coffee, tax and tip
Orhan Tegan was considered the founder of Turkish food in New York City. Singlehandedly, he made us 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.”) Now ,for over 30 years he has been bringing NYC the best food of his country. ‘Serious Eats’ magazine says, “Sip Sak’s cooking so resembles what you’ll find in Turkey that it’s hard not to imagine yourself there.” An eccentric chef, whose genius and quirks can be mistaken as slightly abrasive states about his food, “What you are eating here is my culture…It has to be like this. There can be no other way.” SIP SAK rates on YELP 4 stars, Zagat 23 and Michelin Guide recommended as, “Inspector favorite- Bib Gourmand.”