Food is excellent as is the service. Loved the lamb cabob. Music was too loud. Will definatly go back.
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Food was really good, but a little overpriced . I had the salmon. It was nicely seasoned and cooked well. The restaurant is BYOB. The service was okay. No one checked back with us after food was delivered to see if we needed anything. We...More
This was our third visit to the restaurant, which we had previously enjoyed, and we brought a friend with us. A good meal, as usual (although their Baklava is pretty mediocre). But, for some unknown reason, they brought in a musical duo about 9 pm....More
Delicious food at reasonable prices. I enjoyed all the different types of appetizers. The Lamp Chops were out of this world. The grilled Red Snapper was delicious. Baku salad is usually. A great starter dish.
The tables were beautifully set but it was not too busy for our first visit on a weekday night. Service was prompt and we received a basket of bread as we perused the unusual menu items. We had two Kutabs, called "dough entrees" although they...More
we had lamb and beef dishes, both excellent, Soups were great as well. Homely and family-friendly atmosphere, service is quick and good, owner is welcomimg customers, nice gentleman
Baku serves primarily Azerbaijan cuisine (the former being the country's capital city), with certain dishes similar to Turkish cuisine, the country that shares many cultural and linguistic parallels with Azerbaijan. Having said that, the menu is not strictly limited to the above; it features a...More
This area is saturated by many mediocre restaurants, and few good ones. Baku grill had been open for only about a month when we tried it out. Apparently, their original location is in Brooklyn. Somewhat difficult to classify the cuisine. While the full name in...More
Residents of Central New Jersey are very lucky to have the pleasure of dining at Baku Grill House, located at Mounts Corner, Freehold Township, New Jersey. The food is flavorful and freshly prepared on the premises. Nothing is ever frozen and that fact becomes apparent...More