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The Kiosk

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  • Mediterranean, Moroccan
  • 80 E 116th St, New York NY10029 40.7994203 -73.9435731
  • (Btwn Madison & Park Ave)
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  • (212) 348-9010
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User Ratings (Based on 28 reviews)

4.075
Food 4.0 Value 3.8
Service 4.5 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 348-9010
Website:
www.mnkiosk.com
Notes:
Visa, MC, Disc, DC
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 11:30am-10pm Fri-Sat: 11:30am-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
5.00

User Reviews

  • The Kiosk

    Posted by Priyanka G on 08/14/2009

    Lamb was awesome!

    A little not so loud restaurant, the lamb with prune and sesame seed was very very good, the sausages with couscous were delicious too! The appetizer could not match with the main dish. The food was quite reasonably priced. People who like hookah may want to have some poofs . The wall paintings are surely one of the best I have seen so far in any such isolated small cafes.

  • The Kiosk

    Posted by AJP on 07/08/2009

    Comfortable, classic good food and service

    I have been to this resturant on several ocassions; to eat w friends,for my sisters birthday and to taste test food for a catering event. Kiosk never disappoints and the owner provides very good service. I am happy to say I look forward to more food and fun at this place.

  • The Kiosk

    Posted by anoymmous on 07/01/2009

    Can't go wrong!

    Everything here is tasty. Match that with personable service and GREAT pricing. You'll want to go back for more!

  • The Kiosk

    Posted by Cool place, far uptown on 05/21/2009

    Service is great! apps too, kebabs a bit dry

    Service is great. Atmosphere is great. Like all the other posts say, the owner really cares about the people. The appetizers were amazing, the roasted veggies were also amazing. The kebabs tasted good, but a bit dry, like they have been sitting on the sidelines for a bit waiting to get ordered. My wife had the chicken, cant remember the name but that was really good and juicy. Desserts were really sweet. Friendly atmosphere, just quite a bit far uptown.

  • The Kiosk

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/25/2009

    One of the kindest restaurant owners i've ever met

    Not only is the food great, you are treated like an old friend when you walk in there. The staff is friendly and accomodating and will go the extra mile to make you feel welcomed and appreciated. And their brownies are off the chain!

  • The Kiosk

    Posted by Hungry Gal on 01/31/2009

    Probably better than Morocco itself...

    At first I started coming to The Kiosk because I had my eyes on the handsome owner. I quickly discovered that eye candy wasn't the only delicious item on the menu. I haven't yet had the pleasure of being swept off to Morocco, but I am certain the food at The Kiosk is as good (or better). I have an addiction to the pasta specials but have recently branched out to chicken, lamb and fish entrees and haven't been disappointed yet. I highly recommend this spot- the owner and staff are very friendly, personable and accommodating. The intimate atmosphere is perfect for a date, a get-together with friends and family, or a solo-here to crush on the owner-kind-of-visit. Enjoy!

  • The Kiosk

    Posted by StMartin Bertrand on 01/16/2009

    Best Moroccan restaurant

    I've been going back and forth to Morocco now for about 17 years. By now one could say that I am no longer considered by any means a tourist. I have friends that I now consider family in this wonderful country that I now consider my second home, which is why running into a hidden treasure such as Kiosk was such a pleasant surprise. The owner is personal, charming and attentive. The atmosphere will bring you into what Morocco is really like. The prices are more than reasonable. And the food!? the Tagine de Poulet has the unmistakable taste of safron with the proper blends of spices. The Couscous is exactly as if you were eating at your friends house in Rabat or Marrakesh. The Kiosk also has a fine selection of wines to choose from that will more than satisfy any palette. The art on the wall is originally painted, which in between eating and enjoying yourself is a pleasure to look at. For an experience of real Morocco, I highly recommend The Kiosk. I on my way back now as we speak.

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