The Cazbar is Baltimore's first and only Turkish Restaurant located at the heart of the Historic Charles Street District. We feature authentic Turkish ... More
The Cazbar is Baltimore's first and only Turkish Restaurant located at the heart of the Historic Charles Street District. We feature authentic Turkish cuisine in a warm and inviting atmosphere. We are open daily for Lunch and Dinner. Join us on Friday or Saturday nights for our exotic Belly Dancing shows and our new lounge. In addition, we have two very unique and beautiful banquet rooms that can accommodate an intimate dinner for 2 or a gathering for 100. If you're in the mood for something light, visit us at our Kebap House in Columbia, Maryland. For corporate, residential, or hotel catering, please contact me at email@example.com I invite you to join us for a unique dining experience at the Cazbar. -Haluk Kantar Chef / Owner
I went there 3/31/12 for dinner with friends and then stayed for the belly dancing and club part. It was amazing. Food was awesome. A bit expensive, but so worth the experience. I plan to take a bunch of my friends again. Have to go once in your life. Plus the baba ganoush was awesome. So was the Sultans Patter.
I see that there are lousy reviews from 2008, but a good one from 2010.
We ate at Cazbar this past Sunday night (July 2011). The food was excellent. The service was fine. They gave us a taste of some Turkish wine and tried to encourage (push) us to order it. It wasn't terribly good and we declined. But the lamb dishes and the appetizers were terrific.
I'd go back for sure.
Every time we have visted Cazbar for lunch the food has been excellent and reasonably priced. Our server was friendly, personable and very knowledgeable concerning the menu. One of our favorite restaurants in Baltimore.
I have given Cazbar a few tries (it is hard to find Turkish food in Baltimore), and both times it was horrible. It was dirty and the service was slow. Food is too salty and the bathrooms are gross. It is my recomendation to just eat Mediterrainian food elsewhere (its the same anyways).