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Talia's Steakhouse & Bar
Posted by Adam C. on 09/13/2010
We were a group of four celebrating the first night of Rosh Hashanah with great prime rib and mixed drinks. The service was very attentive and professional. The prix fixe menu was very affordable - $49 per person for 4-courses. The ambiance was very warm and cozy - a candle on each table in a dimly lit dining room. We will definitely visit Talia's again during the next Jewish holiday of Sukkot and Simchat Torah. Highly recommended!
Posted by MandjornoAllTheWay on 09/12/2010
My wife and I had a great dining experience during the first night of Rosh Hashanah. Talia's is a kosher restaurant and as such offers prix fixe pre-paid dinners for kosher diners, who are forbidden to pay for the holiday and shabbat dinners at the end of the meal. So, Talia's offers a new concept of Glatt Kosher dining: pre-paid prix fixe menu options of $25, $38, $49. We were very happy to try this new approach to going out to a New York restaurant without having to pay immediately after the meal. My wife already asked me to reserve seats for Sukkot and Simchat Torah. Highly recommended.
Posted by Rachel on 08/12/2010
So it was late last Saturday night and my friends and I wanted some food. We all eat kosher so it can be hard to find anything so late at night. I'd heard Talia's Steakhouse was open all night Saturdays so we went up town and grabbed a bite. The food hit the spot and the staff was on it, considering it was 3am. I'd been there before for lunch and dinner but now I've got my spot for late late night dinners too.
Posted by ddl on 08/08/2010
We went with two friends. The service was rude and incompetent and the food was less than ordinary. About forty minutes after we had put our order in, it became obvious that the waitperson and the maitre d' as well had not put it in. We ordered again and it was not put in for another half hour. The reason we didn't leave was because our friends had limited choices in the neighborhood. When the food arrived, I couldn't even eat it. They were not at all apologetic or even polite.
Posted by S.Y. on 07/11/2010
My wife and I are fan of Talia’s and we love Talia’s very diversified menu. There is something for everyone on their menus. It's definitely more of American and Middle Eastern cuisines; but they also have terrific salads. My wife loves The Thai beef salad and I love thee Moroccan salmon. If you crave fish, this is the place. You can get a hearty, firm-flesh fish, grilled, sautéed or broiled salmon with two sides and… appetizer for $28. Good prices, portions and wonderful food. I will definitely visit Talia’s more than twice next week to enjoy the nine days menu which contains more than five types of fish. Talia’s 9 days menu last year was one of best nine days menu in kosher restaurant in Manhattan. The service is professional but sometimes you have to wait about half an hour for your main dish and therefore my wife and I start with an appetizer of Middle Eastern platter combo platter - regular hot dog, 1 spicy hot dog, 2 chicken fingers, Moroccan cigar and kibbeh with tahini sauce. The ambiance is very romantic, warm and cozy outdoor and indoor dining areas. Highly recommended!
Posted by Mr M NYC on 06/08/2010
Me and my wife ate there recently a couple of times. I love the big burger they have and my wife agrees that it's really nice, juicy, and satisfying. We also tried the prime rib, which was also good. I am not kosher, so I eat everywhere. The meat was tender and had good flavor. The fries are delicious and the mashed potatoes were surprisingly good for a non-dairy place. Dessert-wise...love the tiramisu because it's light on the stomach after a big steak. They offer a non-dairy cheesecake which I really liked - I think they have changed the recipe and for the better. Overall service was good. They were pretty prompt and we didn't feel rushed. I think it's worth going there more often. Even if you are not craving meat, jump on a hummus platter - it's better than Sabra.
Posted by Rachael79 on 06/03/2010
Talia’s Steakhouse is definitely worth a closer look. From the street I was impressed by their live music so I decided to check it out. The atmosphere was very cozy and pleasant. About the food, I asked the server for her recommendation since it was my first time, and she didn’t disappoint. The entree I got was a middle eastern plate that had 2 skewers-1 chicken, 1 steak. I was very impressed by the presentation, and great taste. All for such a reasonable price. Definitely check it out! (they have quite a diverse menu too)