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This Ethiopian restaurant boasts an amazing vegetarian combo of seven dishes, including azifa-a cold lentil salad flavored with ginger and mustard that climbs right up your... More »
Despite the sale to a new owner, this Brooklyn classic charges onward. A recent revisit demonstrated that the chicken, lemon, olive, and potato tajine is as good as... More »
Go after 5 p.m. when, first off, they bring a lovely tray of small dishes and let you take your pick. Try the cumin-laced beet salad, the verdant tabouli, or the carrot... More »
Though located on Indian Row in the Upper West Side, Awash serves down-to-the-boiled-egg authentic Ethiopian in a somewhat upscale, unassuming space that serves one... More »
The evening menu is an oddly appealing mix of trendy Southern (fried chicken, biscuits, shrimp and grits) and Southwestern/Latin American (lamb shank with mole, "Baja" salad). For... More »
New York's strict smoking laws are the best things that ever happened to this hookah bar and refuge for cigarette addicts. Here, smokers gleefully inhale their clouds of... More »
On almost any given night at Peels, the two-story restaurant is as crowded as a house party after finals—a jostling, buzzy scene where you might get awkwardly chatted up by a guy brandishing a beer or take an accidental ponytail-to-the-face from a long-legged girl. Reservations aren't taken for a party under six, so you've got to wedge yourself into the bar upstairs, which looks out on...
The cheerful, round-faced proprietor met us in the doorway, clasping his hands in front of him. "We're serving the fast-breaking meal of Ramadan," he said without a trace of discouragement. "Please come in and sit down!"
Early Internet reports about Walima were promising. Moroccan is one of our most difficult-to-find cuisines. Yet the cuisine is among the world's tastiest, making subtle...
Though Moroccan cuisine is among the world's most subtle and appealing, New York suffers from a dearth of it. Manhattan Moroccan restaurants have typically been expensive and not very good, more intent on dispensing cocktails and attracting supermodels than on whipping up tasty food. But working-class cafés with cheaper and better Moroccan fare began springing up in Astoria and Bay Ridge...
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