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Posted by k8 on 07/02/2009
Simply put: the food is incredibly flavorful, mouthwatering, and delicious. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming and the service is fantastic. It's a small, intimate family-owned gem.
Posted by Rose on 06/18/2009
I've hosted several events at this wonderful little gem. The owners are warm, wonderful people & this truly shines through in their phenomenal food. Everyone I know that's eaten here has not a single word of anything other than praise to offer. The BYOB policy is fantastic - particularly for entertaining a larger group. Comfort food at a whole new level in an unexpected location. Don't forget to try "Le Bon Bonbon" for dessert - it's aptly named, especially with that yummy secret sauce!
Posted by Esilyvi on 01/24/2009
I used to go often to this Haitian eatery in Miami called Tap Tap, so I was so happy to find this place. Everyone is so friendly, food comes fast, and of course- is delicious.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/18/2008
This place is small and a little bit hard to find...but when you get there the atmosphere is warm and friendly. Zouk and compas music play in the background and the waitstaff does a remarkable job of making you feel relaxed and at ease. The food is great. Go on a Saturday and get the Bouillon Haitien, Haiti's answer to Sancocho. Full of root vegetables, tender beef, and a delicious broth. The pain patate for dessert is like sweet potato pie would be in your dreams. Just come!!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/04/2008
I had the Akra De Malanga which was very good and Filet De Poisson at the waitors recommendation- which didn't really look appetizing but it tasted very good. My friend had the Poulet Grille which was also very good. A lot of things that are on the menu they do not have, so don't get too excited when you see the menu, just ask what them what DO HAVE available on that day. The place was very small and is much better for take out. Oh by the way service is very slow whether you are eating in or taking out, so don't go if you are going to be in a rush!!
Posted by ken david on 03/19/2008
Love the natural fruit juice, especially the passion fruit. I'd recommend this cozy restaurant to anybody who wants to taste delicious Haitian cuisine (a true rarity in nyc) ...The cooking is a hybrid of Spanish, Jamaican, and African cuisines...Price is reasonable, but it's not for the lightest of pockets...Staff & space is limited, so expect a moderate wait time if you choose to sit-in...Now, happy eating!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/08/2008
Dining at this neat little restaurant you can almost forget that you are in NYC. The setting is reminiscent of being on an island away from the hustle and bustle and rushed service at many NYC eateries. Found this gem in the Village Voice and went there with a friend who was having Haitian food for the first time. Had the Tassot Cabrit, it was very well done. The Griot is to die for. Portions are nicely presented and reasonably priced. This place is now definitely on my short list of unpretentious nyc places to have a good meal. What I actually loved the fine dining service which is reminiscent of many cultures where eating out is an art and each course is nicely spaced out without one being rushed like in a fast food joint. Will go back soon. Krik Krak is a special treat