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Posted by JP on 04/12/2012
Good food. Pizza is great. Not for people who like personal space. Tables right on top of eachother. Ordered rice pudding and asked about nuts because of nut allergy-waiter said there were no nuts but when it arrived to the table is was covered in chopped pistachios. When he offered to bring me one without I obviously didn't want it because the previous would have killed me to which the waiter snarkly replyed "whatever!" As he rolled his eyes and stomped away like a child. The fact he almost killed me aside the attitude was a total turn off. First and last visit!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/01/2011
The food here was really great. The baby lamb sandwich was in fact shockingly delicious. The service was a little slow but as an apology our lovely waiter gave us the desert we ordered, and an extra, for free (also delicious). Because of both the wonderful food and the hospitable atmosphere, I will most certainly be back!
Posted by nyer on 02/09/2010
We order delivery from here at least once a week, usually more. Omar & Ali are so friendly and helpful with the order. The green salads are very fresh, their (vegan) lentil soup is delicious and they make fantastic whole wheat "pitzas" to order. We love Mustache and rely on them for fast, reasonably priced, super healthy meals.
Posted by Yum on 12/13/2008
We LOVE this place - we go here every time we're in NYC. The grilled lamb is the BEST!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/09/2008
Loved it. The food was great, the service was ok....I definately recommend the lentil soup.
Posted by nopitas? on 03/18/2008
I am an out-of-towner so take this with a grain of salt. My 2 friends and I ordered 5 entrees and went family style. Mid-way through our meal we asked for more pitas. Our waitress told us "trust me, it will take too long." What?!? We can't have more pitas?!? Even the patrons at the next table laughed. It's not like we were asking for a free bottle of Pino Noir. Those waiting for your table are standing on the street looking right at you, through a huge plate glass window. Between them and the wait staff standing over your shoulder, you definitely get the message that you need to hurry up and leave. My turkish coffee was about 150 degrees and I felt rushed to down it and get out.
Posted by yummy on 12/06/2007
We went here because it was inexpensive.. didn't have any high hopes. It exceeded all my expectations. The server was funny and cute and everyones meal was warm and tasty.. no complaints. I loved the authenticity and most importantly the food quality.. it taste much better than most places around 28th street. I can promise you that!