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Rocher D'Horeb - CLOSED

Map & Directions 2281 Nostrand Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11210
  • Haitian
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking


Village Voice's Description

Thrill to the divine combination of French and African cooking that is Haitian cuisine in this trim, well-decorated restaurant near Brooklyn College. While the possibly endangered conch ("lambi" on the menu) is rarely available, there is plenty of wonderful pork (pick the citrus-marinate and fried "grillot") and goat (available fried or fricasseed). Anything in Creole sauce is good, and the globular salt-cod fritters are divine. Complete two-course dinners are mainly priced at $7 to $10, and include green salad, entrée, rice, and red beans. Sunday the wonderful djon-djon rice is available, flavored and colored with miniature black mushrooms.

Member Reviews

  • on 05/10/09

    Washed down with three fingers of famed Barbancourt rum, there's nothing better than griot - pig chunks cooked with sour orange and shallots and then fried in rendered lard. Where? Rocher D'Horeb ("Rock of Horeb").

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    The restaurant stands primly on its Midwood corner, the words Rocher D'Horeb ("Rock of Horeb") emblazoned across the facade. The name refers... More on Rocher D'Horeb »

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