Great consistent food. Everything is really good and the service is terrific. This is a can't miss place.
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We were off-hours for a meal, so the restaurant was virtually empty. The food, however, was delicious. I'm a bread person, and the bread basket with the olive oil provided was a perfect start to the meal. I had the chicken shisk, which was served...More
It is now Grilleria. We have been dining here and are so pleased that the food and owners are the same as when it was Sefarat. It is a little more upscale now with a newer look to the dining room and the introduction of...More
My husband and I love this place for their Mediterranean/Turkish food. The name has recently changed to Grillera but the menu has basically remained the same which is a good thing. My favorite starters are the red lentil soup and shepherds salad. The salad is...More
First time here-food was excellent and service polite and super quick. Very happy to have in the neighborhood-awesome bread, salad, & kabobs. Prices very fair as well.
Me and my brother went there based on tripadvisor recommendation ,we were there for dinner the food was average but the price were double what you get for similar food in the area
If you've had a hard time searching for Sefarat, it's because this fine Mediterranean restaurant has been renamed. it is now called Grillera. The food is excellent (mostly Turkish dishes with some other items from the area) and the service helpful and friendly. Parking is...More
Went early evening on a Sunday and we were the only people in the restaurant. Ordered lentil soup which was very good. Hummus was good but a bit bland; generous portion. Lamb kabob was good, lamb was delicious, but there was only one small piece...More