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Noi Due Cafe
Posted by anonymous on 05/10/2013
Had an excellent kosher dinner here and its just few blocks from Lincoln center. Service was excellent, and accommodated our need to rush to make our theater time, we had the goat cheese salad, sigari, and the sea bass special which all were superb. This is the place to go if you want to impress your non-kosher friends! Waitress was very knowledgable and helpful. Will definitely be back!
Posted by David on 03/17/2013
The owner -- cares about his place like its his dining room at home. The food is excellent -- the pizza sublime -- and the service is some of the best in NY. Crowded; happy; positive vibe and the take out is on time and well packaged. Worth your meal time!!
Posted by anonymous on 03/11/2013
Great food, service, atmosphere. Definitely recommend.
Posted by Robin on 02/28/2013
We were ready for the worst, given some of the crummy reviews - but we really enjoyed the food, the attractive ambiance, the service. The portions weren't huge - but we were all too full for dessert after our meal. The prices were reasonable for a very good kosher restaurant. Neither did we find the service slow. It was a bit noisy, but we could still converse at a comfortable level.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/13/2013
Love the food best onion soup ever!!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/15/2013
We also liked the food, but found it a bit pricey for the portion size.
Posted by Neoman on 07/20/2012
July 20, 2012 Hi. My wife & I wanted to submit feedback on our dining experience last night at Noi Due Cafe ambiance- pleasant atmosphere and nicely decorated but was very loud (I guess the sound bounces off of the walls) service- excellent, timely food- tasty, well-balanced (neither mild nor heavy or over-flavored), pasta cooked just right, we ordered Mediterranean salad (excellent), cheese ravioli in primavera sauce and fettuccine in pesto sauce, tira mi-soo (sorry about the spelling) **The one issue which will make us hesitate to return to your establishment is that the portions (pasta dishes and salad) were small and we left hungry and therefore unsatisfied (Note: we are both slim and not big eaters). Is there any chance that, in the future, your people will add a few more cents worth of pasta and vegetables (to the salad) to enhance the customer's dining experience?