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Posted on: May 6th, 2015Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
A graduate of Rhode Island’s Johnson & Wales College of Culinary Arts, the very personable Massin came to NoBo with both a solid education and years of experience at Mike’s Bistro and The Prime Grill.
Posted on: February 12th, 2015Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
One of the best perks of writing about restaurants is that we often have the opportunity to taste a broad sampling of menu items and the chef at Brasserie Halevi kept up a steady stream of food to our table.
Posted on: November 7th, 2014Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
Until that point, everything we had eaten at Butterfish had excelled in its simplicity, but our desserts offered a much greater level of complexity and both were truly outstanding.
Posted on: September 18th, 2014Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
While we all go to restaurants for a good meal, it is dessert, that final taste that lingers in your mouth, that is the crown jewel of any dining experience and Six Thirteen’s offerings did not disappoint.
Posted on: July 24th, 2014Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
The lemonana was something else. Never had we seen a green drink look so enticing.
Posted on: July 18th, 2014Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
The chicken and waffle nuggets were fabulous and were like chicken in a dessert form.
Posted on: June 26th, 2014Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
Both mains were clearly prepared with an expert hand and could only be described as heavenly.
Posted on: May 22nd, 2014Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
Accustomed as we all are to eating steak whenever we dine in an upscale restaurant, we were pleasantly surprised when our main dish showed up and it turned out to be not beef, but fish.
Posted on: April 3rd, 2014Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
Deciding on your order is no small task at The Purple Pear. The menu is a whopping eight pages long and as if that wasn’t long enough, there is an additional three-page sushi menu.
Posted on: March 28th, 2014Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
Curious as to whether Sophie’s Bistro is able to host events like a sheva berachot or a pidyon haben, I asked about party rooms. Amar answered with a broad smile and a display of Sophie’s party room, which is at once spacious and intimately elegant.
Posted on: February 27th, 2014Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
The name La Brochette is a nod to Cohen’s Middle Eastern roots, alluding to a shish kabob skewer, but the restaurant is first and foremost a French steakhouse, albeit one with a dazzling sushi menu.
Posted on: January 23rd, 2014Sections → Food
Whether you are a repeat customer or a first time visitor, from the moment you enter Orchidea you are treated like family. Only better.
Posted on: December 4th, 2013Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
With a menu as enticing as Reserve Cut's we left the difficult dilemma of what to eat to our personable and efficient waiter, Csaba.
Posted on: November 14th, 2013Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
This is messy food, the kind of meal where you ditch the silverware and use your hands and with an array of fabulous sauces on the menu, I have no doubt that Gotham Burger goes through a lot of napkins. From the moment we started, till the very last crumb had either been eaten or packed up to take home, I loved every minute of our meal, chosen for us by Roth, at our request.
Posted on: October 23rd, 2013Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
How to begin describing one of the best meals I have ever eaten? I suppose logic, and the “Sound of Music” song, would dictate that I start at the beginning.
Posted on: July 18th, 2012Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
I had the tremendous zechut to attend the wedding of my granddaughter Rachayli Fuchs to Shaul Klein in June, and then, much to my delight I was able to make one of the Sheva Berachot. My guest list was composed and invitations extended. The divrei Torah would be delivered by my grandson Rabbi Raphael Fuchs and my nephew Meir Greenwald.
Posted on: June 21st, 2012Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
If you are seeking a new place to visit this summer with all kosher amenities at your disposal, why not visit Scotland? Glasgow has a full range of Jewish facilities to cater for tourists and business people alike. Including daily minyanim, a mikveh for men and women, and kosher food. Edinburgh has a mikveh for ladies, minyanim only a few times during the week.
Posted on: March 30th, 2012Sections → Food → Restaurant Review
Armed with a clever name, an award-winning chef, and a remarkable menu, Meat Me is poised to take the world of Kosher cuisine by storm.
Posted on: February 1st, 2012Sections → Community → Queens and Long Island
For the past six years, Café Muscat, located on Union Turnpike, in Fresh Meadows, Queens, has become a very popular spot in this particularly demanding neighborhood. You will not find bagels, cream cheese and lox on the menu of this restaurant.
Posted on: March 26th, 2009Sections → Food
Nestled away in the Upper West Side lies a kosher restaurant that is choc-full of great options. Besides their unique pineapple pizza and blueberry knishes, Caf? Roma also offers a variety of tasteful basics, such as pizza, calzones, bourekas, baked goods, ice cream, and more.
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