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Posted by Mel on 08/21/2014
Food is good, the menu sounds better than it tastes though. Cute atmosphere, small little restaurant and quaint. Service was not too good- waitress said there was no seltzer and didn't care to be accommodating. A good waitress would figure out a way to get seltzer. Overall, a fine place to go but not spectacular.
Posted by anonymous on 08/12/2014
I've lived in New York for ten years and was treating some out-of-state friends to a show and dinner. One of them chose this place and made a reservation. We arrived and were shown to a bar with rickety stools. There was an empty table nearby that we asked for instead and were told that it was reserved. When we pointed out we also had a reservation and preferred the table to the bar, we were told that the restaurant was "tiny" [it probably can seat 20 at most] and we would not be given the table. The attitude we got from this woman (blonde) was unbelievable. Though there is an extensive wine and beer menu, we were then told that no non-alcoholic beverages (juice or soda) were available except for sparkling water. This made no sense to us either. This time the attitude came from the man. (We have no complaints about the brunette woman, who filled our water glasses without fuss.) When we asked how the crab was prepared, the man kept asking why we wanted to know and wouldn't just give a straight answer. Same went with a question about the salmon. [The menu is riddled with typos, which meant we had to do a lot of guessing.] My zucchini carpaccio was eight thinnish discs of zucchini, three cherry tomatoes, and a teaspoon of eggplant caviar - absolutely not worth the $12 or $14. The Greek salad was similarly small. The crab salad was tiny but apparently okay, and the same went for the salmon. The short-rib taco tortillas were stale and the meat pureed. We left without ordering more food, as the service had been appalling and the food even worse. kilo made me miss Kashkaval even more.
Posted by Bon Appetit 787 on 03/07/2013
Across the street from bustling kashkaval is this little unassuming restaurant. Great tapas excellent wine and a terrific bartender from New Orleans. Definitely give this place a shot