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Posted by MC on 01/04/2006
The food here is great! Heaping portions, Quality and quantity. Sodas were tiny so drink sparingly. Atmosphere is not the greatest- It's a nice place but the tables are a little crowded and decor is minimal.
Posted by john on 12/30/2005
Colbeh is the best kosher meat location in NYC. I personally love their chicken and beef... but there side dishes are all so good!... Just try the cuban cigars! (beef)
Posted by Feliciana on 10/11/2005
The meal was wonderful. Be careful not to fill up on appetizers. I brought most of my generous meal home. I will definitely go back.
Posted by chanit on 09/12/2005
We had our party in Colbeh after many recommendations. Everyone who was invited raved about the food - and I mean everyone. The service was excellent which made everything even better. We had such a wonderful time that we could not think of a better place to have another party. What more - a few days later the manager called me up and told me that he found an envelope underneath a table with $500 cash. I was so surprised, I could not believe it. They are so genuine and honest that eversince I cannot stop telling this story. I don't think this would have happened anyplace else. They were unbelievable with organizing, managing and taking care of everything and just made it more unforgettable by being such wonderful people. Definitely recommended for exceptional food, great atmosphere, and wonderful people. Having a party here is definitely the way to go.
Posted by A real Persian Dude on 07/08/2005
I just had to respond to the guy who said that the food "needs to be more spicy to be authentic." Really? Which city in Iran is he from? Listen up: Persian food is flavorful, and mouth watering, but never SPICY. If that's what you want, try Bengali food.
Posted by bedman on 01/09/2005
Great food, Great service, and definitely well worth the price you pay.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/29/2004
The food is very ordinary, nothing to write home about. It was rather bland, needs to be more spicy to be authentic. For the kosher consumer, the drinking water provided is not filtered. TO get filtered water, they charge $5.50 a bottle, not very much water is in a bottle, you will drink that bottle very quickly. However, waiter service was impeccable, I don't recall having been treated so well in a long time.