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Abigael's - Kof K-permanently closed
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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Author Topic: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants  (Read 1213622 times)

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2920 on: July 06, 2016, 04:54:49 PM »
Pizza Da Solo

Ok. Are there any meat places, like to get burgers. My colleague wants to go to a treif place called Annie Moore's if that helps.

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2921 on: July 06, 2016, 05:18:57 PM »
Ok. Are there any meat places, like to get burgers. My colleague wants to go to a treif place called Annie Moore's if that helps.
Le Marais or Wolf & Lamb are pretty close by.

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2922 on: July 06, 2016, 06:04:57 PM »
Any recommendations for a place near PwC, by Madison and 42nd?

Wolf and Lamb is 6 blocks up

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2923 on: July 07, 2016, 01:48:47 PM »
My 16-year-old daughter is in NYC and going to spend Shabbat with the Long Island family of a new friend. The family is shomer Shabbos and I presume "modern Orthodox," but I don't know any more.  Daughter wants to bring something for Shabbos, so I was suggesting maybe pick up baked goods at Zaro's. I understand that everyone has different kashrut, but I wonder if Zaro's is generally widely accepted or generally not accepted.  Thanks in advance. (Also, other suggestions for what she could bring would be welcome!)

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We are under the auspices of the Orthodox Kashruth Supervision Services Rabbi Harry Cohen, Rabbinic Administrator. You have come to the right place for kosher baked goods as this has been our specialty for over 85 years.

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2924 on: July 07, 2016, 02:24:48 PM »
My 16-year-old daughter is in NYC and going to spend Shabbat with the Long Island family of a new friend. The family is shomer Shabbos and I presume "modern Orthodox," but I don't know any more.  Daughter wants to bring something for Shabbos, so I was suggesting maybe pick up baked goods at Zaro's. I understand that everyone has different kashrut, but I wonder if Zaro's is generally widely accepted or generally not accepted.  Thanks in advance. (Also, other suggestions for what she could bring would be welcome!)

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We are under the auspices of the Orthodox Kashruth Supervision Services Rabbi Harry Cohen, Rabbinic Administrator. You have come to the right place for kosher baked goods as this has been our specialty for over 85 years.

its a tough question for anyone to answer, but i would guess that many here wouldnt eat from there. im sure many may, but if you are taking a shot in the dark as you dont know how frum, i would choose elsewhere

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2925 on: July 07, 2016, 04:25:25 PM »
Maybe fairways... I think  they have from rabbi marmorstein on some bakery stuff.   Check it out.

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2926 on: July 08, 2016, 11:18:17 AM »
its a tough question for anyone to answer, but i would guess that many here wouldnt eat from there. im sure many may, but if you are taking a shot in the dark as you dont know how frum, i would choose elsewhere
yup, not accepted by most modox machmir (think black hat YU), though there are exceptions. any idea where family davens?

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2927 on: July 14, 2016, 12:57:18 PM »
Will be near 3rd Avenue and 27-29 street and recommendations for milchig restaurants(not fancy) for dinner and breakfast?

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2928 on: July 14, 2016, 01:07:18 PM »
Will be near 3rd Avenue and 27-29 street and recommendations for milchig restaurants(not fancy) for dinner and breakfast?
The one that comes to mind is Tiberias. on 34th between Madison and Park. Open 24/6

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2929 on: July 14, 2016, 01:11:04 PM »
The one that comes to mind is Tiberias. on 34th between Madison and Park. Open 24/6
They actually close at 4am and reopen at 7am :D
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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2930 on: July 14, 2016, 01:26:58 PM »
They actually close at 4am and reopen at 7am :D

looking for something cheaper  2 different places for breakfast and dinner also okay

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2931 on: July 14, 2016, 01:29:39 PM »
looking for something cheaper  2 different places for breakfast and dinner also okay
Maybe Bravos is nearby? I don't really know milchig restaurants in NYC.

I rarely eat out for milchig; the only place I'll splurge for milk is in Toronto
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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2932 on: July 14, 2016, 02:42:30 PM »
Maybe Bravos is nearby? I don't really know milchig restaurants in NYC.

I rarely eat out for milchig; the only place I'll splurge for milk is in Toronto
Bravo's is 37 and Broadway I believe. Once you are going that far there is Jerusalem Cafe on 36th between 5-6, they have a decent Breakfast menu, and pretty good overall menu that isnt expensive.

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2933 on: July 14, 2016, 03:20:32 PM »
try promenade happy hour from 12-7. all beers/wine are $4 and i think on wednesdays its half-price wings
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Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2934 on: July 15, 2016, 05:43:24 AM »
its a tough question for anyone to answer, but i would guess that many here wouldnt eat from there. im sure many may, but if you are taking a shot in the dark as you dont know how frum, i would choose elsewhere
Maybe fairways... I think  they have from rabbi marmorstein on some bakery stuff.   Check it out.
yup, not accepted by most modox machmir (think black hat YU), though there are exceptions. any idea where family davens?
Thank you, all.
I subsequently got the same info from someone else, so my daughter went here.

She said it was a bit pricey, but  I told her probably not by NYC standards.

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2935 on: July 25, 2016, 01:34:38 PM »
So Reserve Cut was the only restaurant to join NYC restaurant week with an incredible $29 3 course lunch special (with a 5oz Filet Mignon which was excellent), and with amex $5 off it came out to less than $35 with tax/tip even with a drink. Of course all the jews made free reservations that they probably so they had to push people away today from coming, and they tripled their staff for this week, and the place was still half empty!! Sometimes I just hate jews :(, though really the problem is that kosher restaurants don't require credit cards for reservations and take a $5 charge from the start...

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2936 on: July 25, 2016, 01:36:10 PM »
Would just note that while usually their service isn't great (waiting for staff etc), today I was in and out on the 3 course IN LESS THAN AN HOUR! they really did a great job, but should have known who they were dealing with.

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2937 on: July 25, 2016, 01:40:32 PM »
So Reserve Cut was the only restaurant to join NYC restaurant week with an incredible $29 3 course lunch special (with a 5oz Filet Mignon which was excellent), and with amex $5 off it came out to less than $35 with tax/tip even with a drink. Of course all the jews made free reservations that they probably so they had to push people away today from coming, and they tripled their staff for this week, and the place was still half empty!! Sometimes I just hate jews :(, though really the problem is that kosher restaurants don't require credit cards for reservations and take a $5 charge from the start...
OK so you are upset at jews for being at a kosher restaurant??

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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2938 on: July 25, 2016, 01:42:51 PM »
Anyone have pics of the special?
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Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
« Reply #2939 on: July 25, 2016, 01:49:38 PM »
Anyone have pics of the special?
do you mean a copy of the menu or pics of the actual food?