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Flatbush Dairy
Amazon Cafe- Kings Highway
Bagel Hole- Ave J
Bagel Hole- Coney Island Ave
Bagels and Cheese- Ave M
Bagels n Greens- Coney Island Ave
Bennys Pizza- Ave J
Bennys Pizza- Ave M
Cafe K- 18th Ave (on the border)
Cafe K- Ave K
Cafe Hadar- Ave N
Cafe Renaissance- Kings Highway
Cafe Venezia- Coney Island Ave
Carvel- Coney Island Ave
Chadash Pizza- Ave M
Day5- Coney Island Ave
Hummus Point- Ave L
J II Pizza- Ave J
J II Pizza- Ave M
Joseph Dream Burger - Coney Island Ave.
Pescada- Ave P
Pescada- Ave M
Pizza Time- Ave J
Posh Tomato- Ave M
Savor Cafe - Nostrand and Ave P
Spoons- Ave J
Sunflower Cafe- Kings Highway
Sushi Tokyo- Coney Island Ave
Sushi Tokyo- Kings Highway
Taam Mevorach- Ave U
Tea for Two- Nostrand Ave
That Sushi Spot- Nostrand Ave
Boro Park Dairy
Amnons Pizza- 13th Ave (Open til 1am)
Bagels n Greens- 13th Ave
Bagels n Greens- 18th Ave
Bagels and more- 14th Ave.@43st (best chewy bagels) tartikov bh"d
Bennys Pizza- 13th Ave
Cafe Paris- 16th Ave
Chaval Al Hazman- 12th Ave
J II Pizza- 18th Ave.
Kaff Kafe- 16th Ave
Mendelsohns- 18th Ave
Nu Cafe 47- New Utrecht Ave
Orchidea- 12th Ave
Spoons- 50th st
Flatbush Meat
Bison and Bourbon - Gowanus
Bordeaux
Brooklyn Delight - Coney Island Ave (Closed)
Brooklyn Steak Co.- Ave M
The Canteen (Nostrand)
Carlos and Gabbys- Coney Island Ave
Chap a Nosh- Ave M
Crisp- Nostrand Ave
Danny's Smokehouse NEW (Kings Highway)
Davids Restaurant- Kings Highway
El Guacho- 18th Ave (border) Closed
Essen- Coney Island Ave
Estihana- Ave J
Famous Pita- Coney Island Ave (Closed)
Fujihana- Ave U
Glatt ala Cart
Glatt Coney- Coney Island between L and M
Glatt Kosher (Chinese)- 18th Ave (border)
JG Steakhouse - Kingshighway & East 9th *Just Opened*
Jerusalem Steakhouse- Ave J
Jerusalem Steakhouse- Ave M (Closed)
Loft
KDX - Ave J
Kold Kuts- Ave K
Kosher Delight- Ave J (Closed)
Mabat- E 7 st (off of Kings Highway)
Mainhouse BBQ (Mill Basin)
Mr. Nosh- Ave N
Nosh Express- Nostrand Ave
Olympic Pita- Coney Island Ave
Olympic Pita - Flatlands Ave
On The Grill- Flatlands Ave (Closed)
Pita Off the Corner- E 2nd st (off Kings Highway)
Schnitzi- Coney Island Ave
Subsational- Coney Island Ave
T Fusion Steakhouse- Quentin Rd
Tam Tam Express - 1637 East 17th (KingsHighway) (Closed) - 347-374-2422  Menu
Upside Craft Burger (Border/Old El Gaucho location)
Wolf and Lamb- Coney Island Ave
Boro Park Meat
China Glatt- 13th Ave
Deli 52- 13th Ave
Glatt Ala Carte- 18th Ave
The Loft- 40th St near 13th Ave
Schnitzi- New Utrecht Ave
Sub Express - 13th Ave
Sizzle- 13th Ave
VIP- 13th Ave

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Re: Brooklyn Restaurants
« Reply #60 on: December 26, 2013, 10:21:36 AM »
I just went to one in Flatbush on Coney and I to J. I thougt it was called Schnitzys. First time, excellent.

They don't have cole slaw. IMHO you can't have a schnitzel sandwich without cole slaw!
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Re: Brooklyn Restaurants
« Reply #61 on: December 26, 2013, 11:07:18 AM »
FYI, Bagels and Greens on Coney Island Avenue is also really good. Can be crowded as well. Not the cheapest, though.

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Although I liked their old menu better.

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Re: Brooklyn Restaurants
« Reply #62 on: December 26, 2013, 01:03:30 PM »
They don't have cole slaw. IMHO you can't have a schnitzel sandwich without cole slaw!
Good thing I didn't notice!!
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Re: Brooklyn Restaurants
« Reply #63 on: December 31, 2013, 02:29:01 PM »
Any1 been to mason & mug?

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« Reply #64 on: December 31, 2013, 02:46:05 PM »
Any1 been to mason & mug?
Who? Where's that?
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Re: Brooklyn Restaurants
« Reply #65 on: December 31, 2013, 02:50:42 PM »
Who? Where's that?
It's a new small plate style milchig restaurant/bar near prospect park

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Re: Brooklyn Restaurants
« Reply #68 on: December 31, 2013, 07:54:00 PM »
Hechsher is Rabbi Marmorstein he gives on Talia's steakhouse, review is what I was asking 4, am thinking of going there mt"s

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« Reply #69 on: December 31, 2013, 08:06:56 PM »
Update on Sunflower. Still excellent. Had the vegetable soup - out of site and boy what a portion! My wife had the omelet wrap and I had the Israel Panini. Just plain delicious. Then the capuccino and the caramel decaf were really good as well. My only complaint - no heat in the store!
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Re: Brooklyn Restaurants
« Reply #70 on: January 01, 2014, 09:28:11 AM »
Tried out Cafe K's new meat restaurant Gourmet K @ 1267 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11230.

I didn't go for the decor of the place- has a bit of unfinished feel. Not an unfinished look, which I happen to like. But rather I feel like the roof and walls (think bamboo ceiling, exposed brick and heavy red and gold brocade) don't really come together so pleasantly... The noise level was very high.

The food was pretty good. Best part of my meal was the coconut dream appetizer- tender, soft and moist chicken strips on skewers, grilled and dipped into a coconut sauce with hot and sweet undertones. The taste was subtle and well balanced.

Then corn soup which comes with a bit of avocado salad floating in it as a garnish. The soup was nothing special, and I thought the guacamole was a bit too lemony and contrasted to heavily with the sweetness of the soup.

Mon Amour salad was very nice- endives, peaches, and walnuts in a balasamic dressing. Although, I thought the dressing was a bit too strong and vinegary for such delicate flavors- but still it was very good.

Main was cornish hen with fig couscous. The vegetables that were cooked with the hen were delicious, mini bulb onion, carrot and I think celery. The chicken was pretty nice too, soft and tender- although the whole little chicken on a plate in front of me did weird me out. I was a bit disappointed that the fig couscous used dried figs, as fresh are so much more flavorful. But it was still very good.

Dessert was peanut butter mousse (I think it's the same as the one they serve at Cafe K.) which was good, and an hot apple tart, comes with a scoop of ice cream, and surrounded by fresh strawberry slices. I liked the apple tart quite a bit, but it was too sweet and I couldn't finish it.

What I found strange is that the waiters, although quite polite, never once asked us how the meal was.

All in all, it was a quite nice experience.
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Re: Brooklyn Restaurants
« Reply #71 on: January 01, 2014, 06:00:43 PM »
Tried out Cafe K's new meat restaurant Gourmet K @ 1267 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11230.

I didn't go for the decor of the place- has a bit of unfinished feel. Not an unfinished look, which I happen to like. But rather I feel like the roof and walls (think bamboo ceiling, exposed brick and heavy red and gold brocade) don't really come together so pleasantly... The noise level was very high.

The food was pretty good. Best part of my meal was the coconut dream appetizer- tender, soft and moist chicken strips on skewers, grilled and dipped into a coconut sauce with hot and sweet undertones. The taste was subtle and well balanced.

Then corn soup which comes with a bit of avocado salad floating in it as a garnish. The soup was nothing special, and I thought the guacamole was a bit too lemony and contrasted to heavily with the sweetness of the soup.

Mon Amour salad was very nice- endives, peaches, and walnuts in a balasamic dressing. Although, I thought the dressing was a bit too strong and vinegary for such delicate flavors- but still it was very good.

Main was cornish hen with fig couscous. The vegetables that were cooked with the hen were delicious, mini bulb onion, carrot and I think celery. The chicken was pretty nice too, soft and tender- although the whole little chicken on a plate in front of me did weird me out. I was a bit disappointed that the fig couscous used dried figs, as fresh are so much more flavorful. But it was still very good.

Dessert was peanut butter mousse (I think it's the same as the one they serve at Cafe K.) which was good, and an hot apple tart, comes with a scoop of ice cream, and surrounded by fresh strawberry slices. I liked the apple tart quite a bit, but it was too sweet and I couldn't finish it.

What I found strange is that the waiters, although quite polite, never once asked us how the meal was.

All in all, it was a quite nice experience.
How much did the whole meal cost per person?

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Re: Brooklyn Restaurants
« Reply #72 on: January 01, 2014, 06:41:59 PM »
How much did the whole meal cost per person?

Two people shared the meal above- total $100

The prices are pretty much as follows:

The appetizers run at around $15
Soups are $8
Salads around $15
Mains $25-50
Desserts $10-15
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Re: Brooklyn Restaurants
« Reply #73 on: January 01, 2014, 06:49:39 PM »

Update on Sunflower. Still excellent. Had the vegetable soup - out of site and boy what a portion! My wife had the omelet wrap and I had the Israel Panini. Just plain delicious. Then the capuccino and the caramel decaf were really good as well. My only complaint - no heat in the store!

Lack of heat seems to be common.

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Re: Brooklyn Restaurants
« Reply #74 on: January 01, 2014, 07:23:42 PM »
Two people shared the meal above- total $100

The prices are pretty much as follows:

The appetizers run at around $15
Soups are $8
Salads around $15
Mains $25-50
Desserts $10-15
Thats reasonable...thanks for the review