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Posted by Anonymous on 09/28/2013
The food is pretty good here but the prices are ridiculous. Definitely not worth 14 for chicken broth and noodles.
Posted by Jillian on 02/21/2013
My boyfriend and I went a few weeks ago for restaurant week to try this restaurant. We were both really impressed with the food. The pastrami egg rolls were delicious. The matzoh balls themselves were on the softer side, but the broth was flavorful and the handmade egg noodles were a great touch. I absolutely adored the brisket - rich beefy flavor with perfectly seasoned vegetables. My boyfriend really enjoyed his roast chicken - very moist, tender meat paired with well seasoned vegetables as well. Come to think of it, everything was really well seasoned. Perhaps my boyfriend and I are partial to the kind of food served at this restaurant, but we were very pleased and will be back. Also - the black and white cookie ice cream sandwich with salted caramel ice cream? So good. I could only manage a few bites, but it was worth it.
Posted by Me on 01/07/2013
Food is ok, but is WAY overpriced for what you get. $14 for a small bowl of matzo ball soup & $16 for a mediocre "chopped" salad that isn't really chopped?!
Posted by NY Gal on 12/09/2012
First time to Kutshers; Hoping to have a great Pastrami Reuben for $18- What came out was a small sandwich where there were scraps of Pasteami-not slices of meat and a third of it hard and dried...my first and last visit!
Posted by jen4u80 on 07/19/2012
I ordered my very first egg cream (chocolate) at Kutsher's and it was so good! I'm glad that I saved my egg cream debut for this restaurant.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/17/2012
Kutsher's is one of the most innovative and inviting restaurants in New York. They completely reinvent Jewish classics while keeping the tradition of the food. This isn't your grandmother's Kutsher's, but it's definitely an homage. I recommend the crisipy artichokes, salmon and knish, matzo brei and friday night chicken.
Posted by Matt on 05/08/2012
Just ordered the KT pastrami. The first bad sign was the Dr. Browns soda was not in a can but in a plastic cup. By the time I got back to the office it was watery. The KT pastrami was just unappetizing - dry stringy.Fries are ok but not worth the trip.