The family owned restaurant opened in 1986 in New Jersey. Two years later, they moved to the location itâ€™s been in for the last 22 years. The restaurant, which has about 72 seats and 22 tables and is able to accommodate big groups of people by pushing the tables together, resulting in a table fit for a king. For those who want to have parties, there is a private room located next to the restaurant.
With few options to be found as far as authentic Turkish restaurants go, it’s fortunate that Taci’s Beyti faithfully represents the style and cuisine of the region. With appetizers like grilled eggplant salad and stuffed grape leaves, and entrees like char-grilled whole brook trout and lamb and chicken kebab, Taci’s offers an alternative to the more rampant Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food. After the meal, relax with a cup of the popular Turkish coffee.