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  • Persian, Kosher, Sushi
  • 32 W 39th St, New York NY10018 40.752071 -73.984026
  • (Btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
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  • (212) 354-8181
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User Ratings (Based on 55 reviews)

Food 3.9 Value 3.5
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 354-8181
(212) 354-8184
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Order From Colbeh for delivery & takeout
Delivery Take Out Catering Major Credit Cards
Sun-Thu: 11am-10:30pm Fri: 11am- 1 Hour Before Sunset Sat: Opens 1 Hour After Sunset Closed On All Jewish Holidays
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Delivery, Good for Groups, Online Ordering, Private Parties, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
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User Reviews

  • Colbeh

    Posted by SAZH on 04/07/2009

    Disapointing takeout

    Had ordered takeout from this restaurant and it was not good! The rice was hard and the chicken was juice-less.. there are many other restaurants that are better in nyc

  • Colbeh

    Posted by Fatima on 03/15/2009

    A Very Lovely Dinner

    My friend and I were looking for good Persian food, and we were very pleased with Colbeh. Not only was the food very delicious and hearty, but the service made us feel so special. We enjoyed the meal and the atmosphere so much. We ordered the platter for two, and the quality of the meat and rice was excellent. We will be coming back again and again :)

  • Colbeh

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/29/2008

    good food

    This is probably one of the best Persian restaurants in town. The food was very good (tried salmon with green rice, and white fish with orange rice). The menu is on the pricey side, but the portions are very large. The food is kosher, so you won't be able to have yogurt or doogh with your kabob. Somebody has said earlier that this makes the food unauthentic. I don't know exactly what that means, other than that the person was ignorant about the great cultural and food diversity of Iran.

  • Colbeh

    Posted by JGP on 12/24/2008

    Happy Birthday celebration

    I was shopping for a kosher restaurant in the City for my mom’s big birthday. To make a long story short: Service & décor – BEYOND A+++++ Appetizers – cold were great, hot were so-so Main course – save room in your stomach – sizable portions and everything was exceptionally tasty!!! Desert and coffee/tea - if you are making a reservation in advance, ask the manager to save some tiramisu for you. Otherwise, just enjoy flavorful tea and very good cappuccino. Colbeh was a great experience but remember that this Middle Easter/Mediterranean cuisine is not for everyone, so if you have never eaten anything like this, don’t complain that it is not your cup of tea – just be open minded and enjoy!

  • Colbeh

    Posted by Persian Man on 06/14/2008

    Kosher Persian food is a genre

    All the coments that talk about the food not being "authentic" Persian because it is Kosher are way off base. Jews lived in Persia for more than 2,500 years (that's on the order of 1,000 years before Islam even existed), and were part of the cultural landscape there. Their food is every bit as Persian as foods more typical of Persian Moslems or other Persian groups. The food at Colbeh is Persian Jewish food. If you're looking for yogurt with meat, you won't find it here, becasue Persian Jews wouldn't eat that. That being said, I do wish that Colbeh would vary the menu a bit. They should have some daily specials. There are many more Kosher Persian dishes that are not on their menu.

  • Colbeh

    Posted by N/A on 04/11/2008

    Pretty Good

    I've eaten at Colbeh a few times in the past month and I think some of these complaints about authentic persian food are unwarranted. You can NOT have all the traditional properly prepared Persian dishes in a kosher all-meat restaurant. The food is tasty, reasonably priced, portions good, and I found the service to be vastly superior to most other kosher restaurants. I am a repeat customer. For kosher dining, Colbeh is relatively very good

  • Colbeh

    Posted by atahini on 03/17/2008

    Kosher and persian food...hmmm...

    I am Persian. I eat and cook traditional Persian food and was excited and happy to spend (what little) money I had that week on a dinner at Colbeh. I was pretty disappointed, mostly because I found the traditional tastes of what makes Persian food glorious to be lacking. Lamb, yogurt, rice to name a few ingredients are indelibly entwined in traditional Persian food. So, go if you're kosher and want an example of what Persian food can be - but skip the trip and $ if you're looking for REAL Persian cooking and tastes.

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