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Posted by Brandon on 12/20/2011
We ordered from Moustache twice a week and love it every time. Consistently great food that is surprisingly healthy. Chicken kabob (plate & sandwich), grilled baby lamb sandwich, and moustache pitza are highlights. Definitely recommended.
Posted by Shoshana on 01/16/2011
I've never had anything at Moustache that disappointed me. From the pita, pitza, lentil soup, falafel plate, chicken kebab plate, ouzi, spinach & cheese pie-- all amazing!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/11/2010
We ordered zaatar bread, which came with basically a few dots of zaatar. We orderd hummous (which was not the bes) and over smoked baba ganough, and when the waiter brought it over he didn't give us any bread to eat it with - he said we didn't order it! since when do you have to order bread sep from the hummous and babaghanough ? how else would we eat it?1.50 for a piece of very plain pita. last time.
Posted by newbie on 05/18/2010
I went to this restaurant for the first time last night and was very disappointed. The hummus was so-so and the tabbouleh tasted like it was out of a box. The chicken kebab plate was more like a tapas sized plate and the chicken was cold. Oh-and you are charged for the pita. I've never ordered hummus where it's not served with pita. This is simple food prepared badly and way over priced.
Posted by Selina Wehger on 01/20/2010
last night we (party of 4) dined at Moustache. What an amazing find! I had Ouzi - to die for especially the yogurt sauce and shared several of the appetizers. The hummus was creamy heaven and the tabbouleh just the right amount of tanginess. We loved the freshly made pita bread and my friends loved their pit-zas :) I almost forgot: the bottle of wine we shared (from Lebanon) was also really great. I highly recommend this place.
Posted by Westvillager on 09/08/2009
I used to love Moustache for their spinach pies, fluffy and fresh pitas and excellent pitzas. The last few times I've eaten from there, however, the food has ranged from so-so to completely awful. A pizza I ordered last weekend was cooked too quickly so that the dough was chewy and inedible instead of crispy and light. The hummus I picked up earlier today is a weirdly curdled sludge with no flavor-- and it was expensive. Skip Moustache.
Posted by Matt on 03/18/2009
Want delicious food at non-astronomical prices in NYC? Go to Moustache restaurant in the West Village! I've enjoyed almost everything I've had there, although their lamb pitza didn't really have any taste to it. I recommend the cold leg of lamb sandwich or the chicken pitza. Call ahead of time unless you like waiting; you can tell this is a great restaurant when even though it's tucked into a neighborhood with nothing around it, you still have to wait to get in! I went on a very busy Sunday night, was seated in about 40 minutes, but service inside the actual restaurant was prompt and friendly. Great atmosphere to have a few drinks and enjoy the lively music playing in the background.