187 E Houston St, New York, NY | Directions 1000240.722415 -73.987886
Daily 24 hours
Neighborhoods: Lower East Side, Downtown
Great Cheap Eats at Any Hour – Great food, great fast service, and cheap. And open anytime, all the time.
What a difference a decade makes. – My old review has been thrown out. The days of consistency and quality at Bereket seem to be over. The last couple of times our kebobs were served barely warm, even cold, with a very surly attitude. I've been coming here for my late night meals for years, now I need to find a new place.
This Lower East Side Turkish standby is a late-night snack mecca. – In Short
From hummus and doner to tabouleh and every other pita-stuffer under the Turkish sun, this Houston Street stalwart whips up Middle Eastern standards. The kebab window, which opens onto Orchard Street, does business in the wee hours with the neighborhood's bar crowd. The rest of the time, the small seating area crams with customers looking for an affordable falafel fix. Warning to the gentle-palated: When they say "hot" sauce, they mean it.
another good turkish restaurant – well i love turkish food a lot,doner,salad,adana all awesome..this place you can find always fresh food and good service ,i belive they open 24hr ..workers are nice price is good..You should try this place..try over rice gyro with soup
Best Turkish Gyro! – this is the best turkish gyro i have ever eaten in new york. especially turkish gyro! try it!
best when you are drunk – Certainly the best place to eat when you are drunk as hell. Try the chicken shish kebop plate, certainly the best...
best Turk in the city!! – I think the food at Bereket is much better than at Turkish Kitchen, or any other Turkish restaurants in town.
I usually go after a long night out, or when I feel like eating delicious gyro.
The lentil soup is the best .
OK falafel – I'm always mystified by how many people rave about this place. At best, it offers serviceable falafel, baba ganoush, etc., there is nothing special about the menu or the food. On top of that, the ambience is non-existent, the service is gruff, and the place is always packed. This is the last stop for many on the LES weekend bar circuit--which may explain the glowing reviews.
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