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Posted by Yuuga on 11/07/2011
Definitely one of my favorites! Moroccan soup to die for!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/08/2010
We stumbled upon Horus Cafe last night and were very pleased. If you are a fan of Greek food this is the place to be. Everything was fresh & delicious, sangria was awesome, and hooka ended off the night very nicely.
Posted by overmedium on 09/02/2009
Hello, I'm a big breakfast fan, so i like to check out the local places to see how they handle their eggs. The fact that it was a beautiful, sunny day (about noon) and they had zero customers in their sidewalk seating that looks directly at Tompkins Sq Park should have been my first clue. I have, however, had their excellent lentil soup for lunch before, so I gave them a chance. I ordered a basic dish: eggs scrambled, bacon, served with home fries, toast, coffee was charged extra. Coffee was equal to cheap bodega coffee, eggs were 'eh', bacon was NOT bacon, but was turkey bacon or similar but they didn't let me know before hand (and server claimed she didn't know anything about it), home fries were slightly under cooked in the middle, toast was cheap white bread that comes in the wax paper wrapper that diners use. Also, server did not ask the all important words, "How is everything?" So I guess she's not a 'server' but just a middle person between the mediocre kitchen and my table. On a positive note: the plastic chairs they have outside are surprisingly comfortable, seriously. So I guess that's what I should expect from a hookah bar right?
Posted by anonymous on 04/19/2009
Horus has the worst service in New York!! Our server made a fuss about bringing us tap water and snatched the hookah out of our hands 10 minutes before the outside section was going to close, while the other tables outside were still seated..I think she was a former prison guard.....I'm serious...this place has little gangsta servers and managers walking around....they might as well start a a little gang...
Posted by Anonymous on 12/27/2008
If you ask for water, they give you a Poland Spring bottle ($$). So indicate "tap water" if you just want a glass of tap. Unless you do want a Poland Spring bottle..in which case, just ask for water.
Posted by Sera on 11/12/2008
The hookah was a bit harsh the few times we went, and not at all strong, but the lamb fajitas we had were amazing, and just beautifully cooked. Would recommend as a date place.