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Talia's Kosher Restaurant

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  • American (Traditional), Middle Eastern, Steakhouses, Burgers, Kosher
  • 668 Amsterdam Ave, New York NY10025 40.7917792 -73.9720496
  • (Btwn 92nd & 93rd St)
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  • (212) 580-3770
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User Ratings (Based on 146 reviews)

Food 3.7 Value 3.4
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 580-3770
(212) 580-3144
(212) 765-2448
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Order From Talia's Kosher Restaurant for delivery & takeout
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Sun-Thu: 11am-12am Fri: 10am-11:30pm Sat: 6:30pm-4am
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Outdoor Dining, Prix Fixe, Live Entertainment, Happy Hour, Buffet, WiFi, Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Talia's Kosher Restaurant

    Posted by David Cohen on 03/10/2008

    Great Food but better sevice!

    What a wonderful experience my wife an I had at Talia's i felt compelled to write a review. I'll be brief but to the point. 1. Location: Can't get a better location 2. Parking was very easy for city parking - after 7 parking on the street the maitre'd informed us double park and wait 5 min a spot will open and it did 3. Atomosphere was very pretty - maybe a little to dim but we sat at a table more lit 4. Food: was delicous - exactly as ordered was delivered Salad was superb 5. Specials: very good choices and quite helpful in subing something for something else 6. Wine: Very good wine "Teal Lake" Cabernet Sauvignon 7. Dessert was Super oh good part and bad part however you look at it - steak sauce - A1 SteakSauce

  • Talia's Kosher Restaurant

    Posted by monica on 01/11/2008


    A few nights ago I was invited to have Dinner at talias. I was excited because my friends frequently go on weekends and all I hear about is how much fun they have. On the weekends They have live music and they say how great it is to sing along and have them play anything they like...finally its my turn. This guy that I have a huge crush on finally asked me out And suggested talias. I couldn't have been happier. The restaurant is a studio gallery d├ęcor with open face brick and warm lighting, perfect. The service was on point and the food is the reason I write, " best steakhouse on the upper westside" I will definetly be back soon. On our way out I noticed they have a to-go service, wow! I will definetly be a regular, maybe we will order in on our next date...-monica

  • Talia's Kosher Restaurant

    Posted by Disappointed David on 11/29/2007

    Poor experience

    I went to Talia's with my family during the Thanksgiving week so there was around 7 of us total. We arrived at around 9 pm and the restaurant was not terribly crowded at all, but it still took us 20 minutes for a server to talk to us. I had to go up to the manager (who was wearing sweat pants and sweat shirt) to ask for a server. The server waited another 20 minutes to fill up our waters or give other people in our party waters who did not have them. It took us another 45 minutes to get our food. The food was ok but not as good as other kosher steak houses in the city for comparable prices. The service was poor and the staff was rude when we nicely asked for water or when our food was coming. My advice: Go to another kosher steak house. You might think that they lack the quality of food that Talia's has, but the quality seems to be the same for less price and better service. I read a review here that it has Israeli charm. Well, after spending a year in Israel and going to many steakhouses, I can tell you that the service was never this bad in Israel and the food was a lot better than Talia's and a lot cheaper.

  • Talia's Kosher Restaurant

    Posted by Ron C on 11/23/2007

    Israeli Service Standards

    We were 3 for Thanksgiving dinner. Our group couldn't decide if what the waitstaff (and the owner), lacked in professionalism, which cannot be overstated, was compensated for by the Israeli-style charm, which in my personal opinion was also considerable, but maybe I was being generous due to the holiday. Here's the play-by-play: Multiple phone calls from the restaurant days before dinner to get out credit card information (this was the first sign of serious communication issues within the restaurant). Seated next to the drafty front door (and lied to: "Nobody ever uses that door". Not true). Out of the wine we wanted, our second choice arrived too warm (We were asked at the time we ordered it if we wanted it at room temperature. Does anyone drink Pinot Grigio at room temperature?). No bread plates, no water until we asked for it. A few times. Were forced to move to a different table mid-dinner because the one we were occupying was needed by another party (20% discount was offered and accepted. Another diner who observed this told us we should have held out for 30%). Entrees didn't come with spinach as advertised -- we had to ask for it. Cleanliness issues in the kitchen observed during a trip to the restroom. Bill came with a charge for a side of spinach and no 20% discount -- again, we had to ask. As all of these screw-ups were going on, the owner shared with us his service philosophy: improvise as you go. OK -- thanks for sharing. Anyhow, some people be charmed by all of this because the waitstaff can be sweet in their Israeliness, but others will feel like this is basically unresponsive, incompetent service, period., which at these prices should not be the case.

  • Talia's Kosher Restaurant

    Posted by David on 11/08/2007

    Not Good

    Went on a weeknight with my wife. Ordered sushi, took 45 minutes to get sushi, was told by the waiter that they had to go buy the ingredients since they had run out. the sushi was not very good, dry dry dry. ordered a drink, i think it was a long island ice tea, poorly prepared and completely overpriced. will not return.

  • Talia's Kosher Restaurant

    Posted by Helene G. on 10/15/2007


    I had an 80th birthday party for my mother and was pleasantly surprised by the great food,service, and atmosphere!

  • Talia's Kosher Restaurant

    Posted by Dan on 09/09/2007


    We had a Shabbat dinner at Talia's. The hospitality was outstanding; the owner really cared about our guests having fun. There was a prix-fix menu which included salad with sliced salmon, brisket or curry chicken for entree and tiramisu or chocolade dome for dessert. All the portions were big and delicious (even the desserts, given they were parve, were not bad). We got excellent value for our money and will definitely be back again.

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