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Casa La Femme
Posted by Rochelle on 06/18/2009
The setting definitely has a "wow" factor. It is stylish, dramatic and very "Middle Eastern Style". People may tell you to go just to see the place (which is beautiful) and enjoy the belly dancing, but I would tell you to go for the food as well. It is delicious, well seasoned and even reasonably priced. Everything we got was wonderful, specially the Grilled Lamb and the Mazzas (pita bread and Hummus). the perfect combination of mild yet very full flavors that just melted in your mouth. Outstanding. Save room for dessert too! I will definitely be back. Call ahead to make sure you get a reservation. The cocktails are good too.
Posted by Kelly on 06/01/2009
I went to Casa La Femme last week, while I was in New York and thought it was OUTSTANDING. The bar scene is pretty happening late at night and fun with a great crowd. The dining room has an interesting concept - there are white tents (which are very romantic) and Egyptian furniture but very nicely decorated. Food was amazing and very authentic - make sure to try the Goulash and the whole grilled prawns. Also, leave room for dessert if you have a sweet tooth. Even the drinks are delicious!
Posted by Gina on 05/27/2009
It was my first itme at Casa La Femme last Saturday and I had a lot of fun! The place is over the top gorgeous and the service is amazing! The food is very tasty and its a truly culinary experience. We arrived at 9.15 and although there was a lot of people we were sitted almost immediately. While we were waiting we had the signature mango martini which was delicious and we also enjoyed the belly dancer...It was a great , fun girls night out! We are all comming back next week for a friend's B-day!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/13/2009
Don't waste your time..the place probably won't last long. 95% empty. Mezzas was really good but Most of the food was bland..drinks were mediocore..and the place was totally empty. Very expensive. We didn't even stay for the belly dancer..who dances at 9:30. I feel sorry for her..once we left we realized she won't have anyone to dance for.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/15/2009
Its a beautiful resturant and a lot $ was put in to it. It has a belly dancer which is fun. My only complaint is that they are a little unsure of what kind of music to play through out the night. However, its a good place to try out.
Posted by Nique on 02/18/2009
One of my all-time favorite restaurants in manhattan! Bring your wallet because it will cost you if you want a tent - however, worth it if you want to impress a date! Service was a bit lacking this time around but overall had a great time!
Posted by Phyllis, Stu, Joyce & Artie on 02/07/2009
We saw the pictures of the restaurant and thought it looked interesting, so we drove into the city to try it. It is exotic looking. They spent a bundle in fixtures and tiles and chandeliers. But the sumptuous stuff ends with the décor. The food is OK. But not really. The food has got to be up to the decor, or why bother? It was all well presented, but amazingly boring. Where were the exotic spices? The creativity at the place ends with the décor. In the kitchen they got a cook who’s afraid of something. The stuffed pepper was good looking but stuffed with a rice mixture that was tasteless. The shrimp looked good, but tasted not fresh, and was mealy. We’ve had better baklava at the middle-eastern fast food place in the mall. We could go on and on but we don’t want to trash this place since the waiter told us they were still in the soft opening phase, whatever that means. What really got our ire up was the way they treated us, or more to the point, the way they didn’t treat us, as well as they treated other tables with younger patrons. We were two couples nearing sixty, well dressed, well heeled, well mannered, but nearing sixty nonetheless. The Maitre d’ all but ignored us, while he visited each of the other young tables fussing over the patrons at the end of the meal, asking them to please return. We were polite, only complained to each other about the food, tipped well, and left smiling at them, while we vowed never to return to that place again. We had driven in from New Rochelle to try this place. Something new we’d hoped. What we got was something new all right, our first taste of ageism.