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Talia's Steakhouse & Bar
Posted by Nick on 06/02/2011
Went there for Fri night meal with my wife, we spent the weekend in NYC. So much fun, great ambience, food was very tasty, nice bottle of wine. All in all it was a great night out and I would recommend to anyone especially those looking for a shabbat meal while staying in NYC. We walked from the St. Regis 55th & 5th it was a pleasant walk.
Posted by anonymous on 05/30/2011
My boyfriend just threw me the most amazing surprise birthday party at Talia's. What a great time! Everything was set up perfectly, there was an amazing menu especially for my party with everything from steak to salmon. It felt like the place was all set up just for me. Talia's even ordered a special cake for me. The food and full bar were amazing the service was great and the owner even bought our table a round of shots! It was so much fun and I would have to say it was my best Birthday ever. Thanks Talias!
Posted by Daphne on 05/12/2011
My fiance and I really enjoyed our meal out at Talia’s Steakhouse. We were very happy with our meal – the steaks were very well cooked and seasoned, and came with a free appetizer of a soup or a salad, which is a pretty good deal. Normally a steak meal costs a lot for just the steak by itself! The musician really added to our wonderful experience. He was clearly very talented and it was a nice bonus to enjoy a free concert! I would love to return for another meal.
Posted by Anonymous Grandmother on 05/04/2011
I had never, ever heard of, or even imagined the idea that one could eat out at a restaurant on Passover. My entire life I will always remember the experience of this coming true! In the past sixty three years of my life, I remember all the involved cooking, cleaning and scrubbing that the Passover holiday entails. There are many delicious delicacies and foods that come along as well with the Passover holiday that make it one of my favorite holidays. It would seem like so much extra work for a restaurant to go through the changeover of dishes and special foods that is required of the family home. My belief changed this year when I experienced Passover at Talia’s: a restaurant open for the holidays! The restaurant was open for business almost every meal of the holiday and I was there with my grandchildren and son for four of them. The food included homemade Passover style like I am used to! Gefilte fish, a heavenly brisket that was mouth watering, and even Potato Latkes. We were able to order drinks and for dessert had kosher for Passover chocolatey Mousse cake. The seders were also beautiful, family style with the restaurant full of singing and holiday spirit. I commend the entire staff of Talia’s and the owner for opening up the restaurant to share the joy and spirit of the holiday with the public. Only at Talia’s have I seen a restaurant so committed to the Jewish public, where they go above and beyond to enhance the Jewish holiday with quality food and family dining experience.
Posted by anonymous on 04/21/2011
I ordered a steak from them, long day and I didn't prepare my kitchen for Pesach. After three calls and an hour and twenty minutes of waiting, they delivered a cold piece of meat. For some reason, the delivery person offered to give me two dollars (which I refused). Paid $$$$ for the food and food it tasteless and inadequate and the whole experience extremely frustrating. I will never order from them or go there again.
Posted by Ashley T on 02/10/2011
I was recently uptown and decided to give Talias steak house a try. It is located in the upper west side of Manhattan, in an obscure part of town near central park west. The waitstaff was pleasant, upbeat and polite, one of the first features you'd notice upon entering, as well as the sweet, romantic setting and vibe the place is clearly going for. The candle lighting was soothing and the acoustic musician was well read on soft romantic tunes, a great place for a first date. I tried the spare ribs that were featured on the specials, and was surprised at the amount of food. The flavors were well thought out and the soup was a great starter! Im planning another trip back there with some friends next time, so we can try some of the desserts that were suggested to me, as well as the wide variety of steaks that i noticed on the menu as well.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/08/2011
We are from outside New York (way outside, we live in the South) and take our NY restaurant experiences very seriously because we rarely have the opportunity to go out to eat. We recently went to Talya's based on online reviews and were extremely disappointed. To begin with, this is not a fast food restaurant and should be using cloth napkins and something better than white butcher paper on the tables. While the wait staff was very accomodating, the food was well below par. The soup (we tried two different kinds) was not good - it contained unusual seasoning that was not to our liking. The steak and brisket that we ordered were awful. The steak was cut horribly and grossly overcooked (even though it was ordered "rare" because almost all kosher restaurants tend to overcook steak). The brisket was very dry and obviously reheated previously. The only good part of our meals were the side dishes - both the french fries and mashed potatoes were good. Also, while the singer who was performing the evening we were there was fine, the music was too loud and we could not hear each other across the table. It certainly was not dinner music. The next time we are in New York, we will be going back to our "usual" haunts, Abigael's and Mike's Bistro.