Restaurant Divan

3,8 / 5 voturi
Barbu Vacarescu 241A, Tei, București

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Orice călătorie spre Turcia ar trebui să înceapă la DIVAN!
Intră în bazarul simțurilor și descoperă culorile, poveștile, muzica și cea mai de preț comoară a sultanilor: bucatele alese făcute cu aceeași pricepere de sute și sute de ani.
Lasă aromele mirodeniilor și ale delicioaselor bucate să te poarte într-o poveste despre amestecuri savuroase, arome, muzică, dans, sultani și cadâne.
Calcă pe covorul fermecat. Orice călătorie de o mie de mile începe cu un pas!

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suciu laurentiu
5 martie 2019 22:25

way too expensive for food, even in that location. It's ground beef, eggplants, hommous and bread. Still, the service is excellent and fast, there are enough places to sit in early evening and if you want to take a walk after you eat, the surroundings are nice.
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Eduardo Leyva
17 martie 2019 11:22

Nice interior design, fast service and the most important delicious and intense flavor food. the prices 7/10.
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Ufuk Erel
23 martie 2019 20:11

Good one!
Divan Sarma, Ali Nazik, Küşleme were very good. Service is fast, waiters attentive. Pricey, but it's worth.
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Karim Kheirat
2 aprilie 2019 15:45

Excellent food, but why to serve only italian and french waters? Isn t it absurd to make water to travel 3000 kms when Romania has so many excellent water sources. Terrible, terrible.
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Ioana Negulescu
31 martie 2019 22:37

Aside from the adana kebab, which is indeed delicious, both the food and the service were below mediocre. The hummus was so and so, the zucchini fritters and the falafel were way too oily, the dolma were ok. Our waiter was deeply unprofessional, to the point where he asked us to give him our plates (while he was handing us the mains) and keep the cutlery because 'they were running low on cutlery' (the restaurant was half full at that point). My grandma had to hold her plate for a minute before I mentioned it to the waiter, who was paying more attention talking to his colleague, whom he introduced as 'his daddy'. Not to add that we asked for a glass of ayran 3 times before it was brought to our table. I'm not going there again.
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