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Steakhouse/Fancy

Abigael's - Kof K
Address: 1407 Broadway #4, New York, NY 10018
Phone:(212) 575-1407
Not to be missed:
  • Smoked Brisket Eggroll (Texas style, with barbecue vinaigrette and a chipotle potato salad) - AJK   
    (Mine was served frozen with a side of bad attitude-Dan)
  • Popcorn Chicken (fried golden, tossed with herbs, lemon and cayenne drizzle) - AJK

Barnea Bistro
Review: mochjas

La Brochette - OU
Address: 340 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10016
Phone:(212) 972-2200
Not to be missed:
  • Short rib spring rolls
  • peking duck confit
Reviews: here and here

Le Marais - OU
Address: 150 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036
Phone:(212) 869-0900
Not to be missed:
  • Chili Marocaine (Spicy lamb chili, avocado relish) - AJK, itsyehuda
  • Pepper steak - AJK+ Dan (With 2 people get and split the fries and mashed potatoes as free sides which are both great as well)
  • Warm chocolate cake - Dan
  • Prime Rib for One -itsyehuda
  • Grilled Chicken Salad -youG
  • Beef Jerky -youG
  • La Surprise -moish
  • Peanut butter dome-shnoz

Mike's Bistro - OU
Address: 127 E 54th St, New York, NY 10022
Phone:(212) 799-3911
Not to be missed:
  • Homemade Gnocchi (duck & chicken confit, roasted portobello mushrooms, fresh thyme, duck jus, white truffle oil, chives) - AJK and Dan
  • Dumplings - Dan
  • Short Ribs - Dan, AJK, Dr Moose
  • Fries - Dan
  • Frozen passion fruit daiquiri - Dan
  • Sweet Yam Fritters- Joe4007, mochada
  • crispy veal sweetbreads- ushdadude

Reserve Cut = OU
Address: 40 Broad St, New York, NY 10004
Phone:(212) 747-0300
Not to be missed:
  • Smoked Short Rib Tacos - Joe4007, Sport, judahk88, AJK, and bubble347, @Yehuda, Redbull3
  • Stuffed Jalapeno with lamb and couscous - Mocha
  • Porcini Mushroom soup-Dan (and Shiframeir 1st...)
  • BIGEYE TUNA TARTAR -- Perfect raw tuna round tower mixed with mango and ginger plus guac on top. - Shiframeir
  • Ambiance
  • Lunch: Grilled Chicken Avocado Sandwich - @Yehuda
Review: @Yehuda

Wall St Grill
Not to be missed:
  • Tuna Ribbons
  • Corned Beef Flatbread
  • Thai Beef
  • Rib Chop Steak
  • Brownies & fruit jewels Desserts
  • Ambiance - Upper Floor in the Day light


Talias - Rabbi Avrohom Marmorstein
Address: 668 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10025
Phone:(212) 580-3770
Reviews: here

Wolf And Lamb - OK
Address: 10 E 48th St, New York, NY 10017
Phone:(212) 317-1950
Not to be missed:
  • Wolf and Lamb burger (Freshly Ground Ribeye, Arugula, Crispy Fried Shallots, Wild Mushroom)- AJK
  • Philly steak sandwich - AJK

UN Plaza Grill
Noi Due Carne



Burgers/Standard places

Amsterdam Burger Co. - OU CLOSED
Address: 654 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10025
Phone:(212) 362-0700
Not to be missed:
  • Mushroom & caramalized onion Burger - Dan, mochada
  • Breakfast Burger (with fried egg, bacon, potato w/ abc sauce) - AJK (top 3 burgers I've ever eaten),  Chaim'l
  • Yam Fritters (with hot sauce) - AJK (incredible)
  • Buffalo Wings (with ranch sauce) - Ayman, Dan, mochada, "these things are incredible" - @Yehuda's wife
  • Orange Jalapeno Lemonade - AJK, mochada
  • French Fries - @Yehuda, mochada
  • BBQ Pulled Beef Sandwich - Dan, @Yehuda
Pics from @Yehuda's dinner can be found here.

Deli Kasbah

Mr Broadway - OU
Address: 1372 Broadway, New York, NY 10018
Phone:(212) 921-2152
Not to be missed:
Hatzolah Roll - stbaum


Dairy

Abaita - OK

My Most Favorite Food

Noi Due - OK
Address: 143 W 69th St, New York, NY 10023
Phone:(212) 712-2222
Not to be missed:
  • Coffee Drinks - Dan
  • Mac & Cheese Balls!!! - Dan
  • Eggplant Parm - Dan
  • Gnocchi - Dan
  • Ravioli- Dan
  • Capri Panini- Dan

lox cafe real nice small cafe delicious culinary food/sandwiches
deviled eggs is a must must
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Prime Grill, Prime at the Bentley, Prime Butcher Baker, Service Station, Pizza da Solo, Cafe K, Va Bene, Noga,[/list]
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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4020 on: February 21, 2018, 12:50:00 PM »
Never heard of Noga. Is that on the same level as Noi Due?
It's new - I think it opened in December. It's located in a boutique hotel - Sago.
The food is not typical - you could see their menu here: https://www.noganyc.com/
Owners are same Bison and Bourbon - together with the hotel owners

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4021 on: February 21, 2018, 01:39:52 PM »
Mocha Burger was pretty good (got BLT with egg, egg was a bit overcooked and bottom bun fell apart before I even started). Thanks @Yaalili
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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4022 on: February 22, 2018, 03:27:58 PM »
Pitopia
closed down and was replaced with broadway burger
Closed down and was replaced with a treif Black Burger.
I understand it's a tough business to be in but why kosher places don't last in Midtown?

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4023 on: February 22, 2018, 03:44:44 PM »
closed down and was replaced with broadway burger

Closed down and was replaced with a treif Black Burger.
I understand it's a tough business to be in but why kosher places don't last in Midtown?
Rent is really high... If Kosher Delight couldnt make it who can?

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4024 on: February 22, 2018, 04:04:44 PM »
The 34th St battle of "how many restaurants can you shove into one location" escalates ...

Paprika, added "Chicken & Kone" ( http://chickenkone.com/ ) which is a waffle cone with crispy chicken and a sauce topping of your choice. I spoke to the manager and they also have "Pitaland" coming which will be a fast food menu at a lower price point like Chicken burgers etc.
So they now have 4 menu's including Toastie.

Kosher in Midtown (aka Eden Wok) across the street has 6;
1)   Eden Wok
2)   Koshe Poke
3)   Pitopia
4)   Sushi Donut
5)   Teryaki Wok
6)   Buffalo2go

Mendy's is 2, including "Bedford on Park".

In other news "Basta", also opened up on that block- 34th between Madison and Park.

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4025 on: February 22, 2018, 04:07:35 PM »
Rent is really high... If Kosher Delight couldn't make it who can?
I know but how do all the treif places stay in business? Some of their costs are lower but so are their prices.

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4026 on: February 22, 2018, 04:09:01 PM »
I know but how do all the treif places stay in business? Some of their costs are lower but so are their prices.
Bigger client base

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4027 on: February 22, 2018, 04:13:31 PM »
I know but how do all the treif places stay in business? Some of their costs are lower but so are their prices.
Lots of them close as well

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4028 on: February 22, 2018, 04:14:26 PM »
The 34th St battle of "how many restaurants can you shove into one location" escalates ...

Paprika, added "Chicken & Kone" ( http://chickenkone.com/ ) which is a waffle cone with crispy chicken and a sauce topping of your choice. I spoke to the manager and they also have "Pitaland" coming which will be a fast food menu at a lower price point like Chicken burgers etc.
So they now have 4 menu's including Toastie.

Kosher in Midtown (aka Eden Wok) across the street has 6;
1)   Eden Wok
2)   Koshe Poke
3)   Pitopia
4)   Sushi Donut
5)   Teryaki Wok
6)   Buffalo2go

Mendy's is 2, including "Bedford on Park".

In other news "Basta", also opened up on that block- 34th between Madison and Park.
I wouldnt call them different restaurants they are all the same owner just different departments.

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4029 on: February 22, 2018, 04:35:15 PM »
I wouldnt call them different restaurants they are all the same owner just different departments.
yeah, I was only half serious. More like separate menus

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4030 on: March 05, 2018, 11:07:25 AM »
Ate at Boru Boru last night (97th and Amsterdam). Very positive experience.

Tried the Bao Buns (sort of like Asian tacos). 3 per order $17. They have a few types to pick, we had Pastrami and Chicken. Nice flavors, chicken was a bit burned on the outside, but the inside was tender.

For mains, I got the Pastrami Ramen, my wife got the chicken Ramen. Bowls are basic with broth, meat, tons of noodles, and a few vegetables for garnish. Both were good, each with a completely different type of broth. You can also select a few add ins for $1-2 more each. The chicken Ramen was $22 + extras, $25+ for the Pastrami. Honestly, my only critique was just how big the bowls were. I would have much preferred a smaller bowl for less money so we could get another app or 2. I spoke to the owner, who explained that a smaller bowl isn't going to happen anytime soon because it would be too much work for the kitchen. Next time, I might just get 1 bowl to share and ask for an empty bowl to pour into

Unique Saki menu. I got one that was dry, and one that was more of a semi-dry. Both were good. A 4oz pour is about $8-10.

Service was good, but place is tiny and cramped.

Bill for buns, 2 ramens, and 2 Saki was about $80 + tax/tip. We left very full. They have a small menu with probably about 7 apps, 5 types of Ramen, and 5 non-ramen entrees.

Overall, I say about 4/5 stars. Nice mid-priced meat option in the area that's not a burger place for a change.

Under Rabbi Avrohom Marmorstein (he is the Hechsher for Talias).
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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4031 on: March 05, 2018, 05:54:48 PM »
Lots of them close as well
i remember seeing a stat about 5 years ago that out of 1000 restaurants that opened in NYC over a (?) year period Over 800 closed within the first 2 years.
It definitely isní just kosher that has it hard. Although to be fair Iím sure itís harder for kosher.

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4032 on: March 12, 2018, 04:48:24 PM »
Went to the new and nicer wolf & lamb (moved down the block on 48th). Definitely nicer, upstairs was really loud though. Downstairs was quieter. Spicy chicken tenders werenít spicy (even for this old ashkenazi who canít take spicy) but were decent esp when dipped into dill sauce. Chicken sandwich was also a little too bland. Onion rings were good but not amazing.

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4033 on: March 19, 2018, 12:13:08 PM »
Any suggestions of where to order prepared/sealed meals to bring in and eat in a non-kosher restaurant? The non-kosher restaurant is italian style (pasta/fish/meat). Trying to keep it under $20.

Does a place like Tiberias do properly sealed meals?

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #4034 on: March 19, 2018, 03:10:25 PM »
Any suggestions of where to order prepared/sealed meals to bring in and eat in a non-kosher restaurant? The non-kosher restaurant is italian style (pasta/fish/meat). Trying to keep it under $20.

Does a place like Tiberias do properly sealed meals?
I know Abigaels does, but probably out of your budget.