I would have never stopped if I hadnt read the reviews. Im glad i did! Its just a little shop on a side street with very little seating. We got a kebab pita and I would highly recommend it. The food was fresh and authentic....More
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This tiny restaurant has just a few tables. e were sitting right next to the open kitchen and could watch everything as it was prepared. Everything was fresh and delicious. Service and setting is minimal and the owner is not shy about sharing his opinions...More
Only 10 people can be seated-with 4 places very cramped.The owner is positively rude, although he warms up a little if you praise his food. The Israeli-Middle Eastern cuisine has very good salads. The three on the felafel plate, led by cous cous, are above...More
I've heard a bit about Azuri Cafe. It's pretty decent, but nowhere near the best. The famed falafel isn't anything special, especially when you opt for the pita sandwich where you only get 3 pieces. Additionally, as compared to other competitors, $8.50 is a tad...More
This is one of the best Israeli/Middle Eastern restaurants in New York City. It is a small hole in the wall that only has a couple of tables and most people take the food to go. The flavors and freshness are incredible and the salads...More
I took out to a client 4 mains. Soups. Salads. It's all great. Called it in. Mrs Azuri was a pleasure to deal with I picked it up. Client LOVED everything. It's fresh Israeli falafels schwarma etc. Highly recommend. Seat down s are entertaining.
I love this little place. A very neighborhood spot with terrific and fresh Israeli food. Has lots of character that is rapidly disappearing from Manhattan. Try the large falafel platter and you will be amazed!