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Minuscule in size, supremely well organized, and friendly to boot, Alibaba is the Upper West's best cheap eatery. The glatt kosher menu offers Israeli fare, including a memorably... More »
This kosher-style deli in Mill Basin, Brooklyn may be open on Saturdays, but the cracked pepper-rubbed pastrami is authentic as they come. Find it in a... More »
The chicken schwarma turning in the front window is divine. Cumin-dusted and moist, it's hacked off the cylinder at just the right moment and served on a pita. A paper... More »
The first Uzbek cafés to appear in Queens nearly a decade ago were patterned on the Silk Road tea houses that were important institutions back home. In addition to steaming pots of green tea, the bill of fare at Rego Park's Registan and Uzbekistan Tandoori Grill (since renamed Uzbekistan Cultural Center) included heaping platters of lamb pilaf, turban-shaped loaves of bread dotted with...
In search of an Israeli place that had vanished into the thick autumn air, we spied an unfamiliar Forest Hills commercial stripa procession of Russian dried-fruit shops, take-out delis, and dry-goods establishments dwarfed by high-rise apartment buildings. On the northern verge stood Salut, a kosher café offering food from Uzbekistan, where the cities of Bukhara, Samarkand, and...
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