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Casa La Femme
Posted by kristen kim on 12/19/2014
My boyfriend and I had a very memorable experience dining at Casa La Femme. The service was attentive, the ambiance was beautiful, and the food was delicious. The hummus, dipping sauces, and pita was great, a perfect start to our meal. I would recommend the crabcakes and the sausages as appetizers. We order the lamb as our entrees and they were seasoned and cooked perfectly. Additionally, we ordered sides that paired very well with our meal. The atmosphere, food, and service is unbeatable, espeicially for couples or dates. I would highly recommend dining here and I will definately be returning.
Posted by Taino Dominguez on 11/17/2014
If it wasn't that it was a Saturday and also a b-day dinner, I would have seriously walked out. I made reservations on OpenTable, notating that I wanted a tented table. The restaurant called me to confirm and I confirmed with them about the tented table because it was for a b-day dinner. When we got there, they sat us at a table next to the bar, not even in the main room! I was so livid and spoke to the manager. She checked, came back and told us she had a table but that she needed it back by 9:30. They mess up my reservation and now I'm going to be timed? No thanks. She said she'd "take care of us" (which she didn't) not even a round of drinks, no dessert on the house, nothing. My hands were tied because where else was I supposed to go for a b-day dinner at the last minute on a Saturday? Came here for nice ambiance and belly dancers and we got a view of people standing next to us at the bar. Food was good, but just good (I don't mind spending a dime) but not for what I came out of there spending. Left very disappointed. Will never come back.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/06/2012
I had my friends birthday party here of 11 people. I am a huge fan of middle eastern food and have been to Egypt quite a few times and I will assure you that the food at CLF is not comparable. We had to send three plates back. The waiter also added 4 drinks to our bill that were never ordered, so check your bill. They forgot to bring out my friends dessert platter for her birthday also. This was horrible for us!
Posted by Unpleasantly Surprised on 03/15/2012
The hookah at this place is 35 dollars. It's absolutely insane. I just strolled in with a friend thinking we'd sit and chat for a bit, expecting a bill of somewhere between 8 and 15 for the shisha (in Astoria, it runs for about $8). Boy were we surprised when the waiter brings out a bill for $35! It's clearly a trap for people who don't feel like asking the price and assume it will be in a reasonable range...the price isn't listed on the menu (funny coincidence, eh?).
Posted by Sara on 02/27/2012
I went there on Saturday and being that I love trying different types of foods and spectacular ambiance I wasn't too blown away by this restaurant. It wasn't as bold in flavors and the dessert from the prix fixe menu was unappetizing. A little cornbread cake and a squirt of icing made it to this great spectacular menu. I would say it's way over priced for no apparent reason. The ambiance was great but nothing else.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/22/2012
Cocktails are way too expensive has less than a drop of alcohol , hooka is a charcoal flavor prix fix menu is extremely expensive for the quality of food. not impressed with the clown that was jumping up and down as " never seen a belly dancer dancing and techno music playing ..
Posted by Nicole F on 07/14/2011
I went to Casa La Femme as a complete surprise; it was my bachlorette. I was awed. The decor was beautiful and ethnic without being overly cheesy. The bellydancer actually could dance and was very friendly. And the food was delicious. For the record, I've been to Egypt. The food at Casa La Femme was BETTER than what I had eaten in Egypt. (And I was all over Egypt, not just in Cairo) Being under the tent, we had the prix fixe. I cannot fathom how people are complaining about the portions; we were stuffed at the end. The only smallish portion was the 2nd course (appetizer) but ahem... that's an appetizer! The hummus and foul were out of this world good- I usually am not a fan of foul (mashed fava beans) and I am a hummus connoisseur- this was amazing. And for anyone who says this place is not "authentic", I dare you to go to Egypt and find better versions of foul. This place even serves authentic Egyptian green soup (it's made with a leaf of the mallow plant). My only complaint was that our waiter spoke to the whole table when we couldn't all hear him. Otherwise, it was a perfect evening.