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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.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/15/2008
We eat here at least once a week and always enjoy the food very much. However, I have noticed in recent months that the prices have gone up and the portion sizes have gone way down! Some examples are the ouzi, which is delicious and WAS the size of a dinner plate is now down to the size of a dessert plate. I think it shrunk to half it's size. Also, the garden salad with feta and chicken is my favorite. Again the chicken chunks have diminished in quantity and size. I'm hoping to see portions return to normal soon so we can continue to visit this restaurant and get a good value for our money.
Posted by AG on 08/13/2008
Took a friend there last night and waited almost 40 minutes for our food. We ordered chicken kebab plates and pita, but the pita was served 20 minutes before the chicken kebab plates... and we had wanted to eat them together. The bread was hard and cold by the time the other food arrived. The kebabs were unevenly cooked - the first one I ate was tender and just cooked enough, while the second one I ate was a little dry and cold already. The mashed lentils were tasty (a bit salty in a good way), but the tomato was borderline mealy. More tomato would have been nice (and a riper one, too). I've been before and experienced bad service, but I'm not sure I'll be willing to do it again. They're also cash only, but they don't tell you that on any signage or on the menu. Very annoying.
Posted by KKKR on 07/05/2008
Picked this restaurant randomly for the location- it was great! The puffed pastry chicken pot esq thing - ( Ouzi) was incredible... direct quote from the customer, " Incredible, it had raisins and I hate raisins, and I stilled loved it!"
Posted by ** on 03/29/2008
fantastic food and great atmostphere.
Posted by Steve on 01/15/2008
Used to go here 4 times a month was a fab. place with great music, food and it felt like home. Lunch or dinner it was always just right. Ever since about the time that pub next door closed it's been downhill, dry ouzi, oldish salad, no hummous today, out of baklava and so on. Not sure what happened to that great manager they used to have but I sure miss the old days. Anyone know if the one on 10th St got better and the original staff moved there ? Only thing I can suggest are things from the oven like pitza's or sandwiches
Posted by Anonymous on 01/01/2008
This restaurant is very cute and the falafel is the best I have ever had...EVER (and I've tasted many a falafel). Great baklava. The service was somewhat slow, but friendly and attentive--the food just takes time to prepare. And the food was very inexpensive for a delicious sit-down restaurant in the West Village. A fantastic experience. I will definitely be going back soon.