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Posted by sydney on 09/18/2014
If kosher food is your preference then Tiberias is the best place to go. Tiberias offers great food and has an amazing wine selection. Prices are a bit high, but their selection of wines from all over the world is excellent. Was visiting cousin who was recouperating at nursing home in St Pete. He had researched beforehand and asked us to take him out for soup. He had found Tiberias on the web, offering home made soup, sandwiches galore and fish entrees, appetizers and so much more! Including homemade salad etc. etc. Thought I was back in NYC, Baltimore or Montgomery County Maryland ( my home) . THE place to go for Jewish style food ( eating in or taking out) when in St New York. The owner was extremely friendly and it seems the locals support this place in a big way. The service is friendly and informal Nice sized seating area and they are 24 hours of kosher food heaven. Very clean, Can only recommend.
Posted by CathyK on 08/28/2014
Expensive, not good, poor service but you have to give a tip because they add it in and then leave a line for you to add more. Run far away from this place
Posted by Fran Urman on 07/30/2014
I ordered 3 different types of pancakes and only plain ones without the maple syrup. They were dry and unappetizing. The omelets did not have the mushrooms and spinach I ordered. They were plain eggs. The bread was soggy and the salads were tasty.
Posted by BRoz on 03/13/2014
Low quality and pricey. How should I begin? The Macaronchini balls were cold inside and had way too much cream in the sauce. The sushi had a mealy texture and clearly utilized the lowest quality fish although artfully rolled. The mashed potatoes were very bland. I've eaten more flavorful mashed potatoes at a school cafeteria. For dessert, I had the deep fried Oreos which at $12 rivals the price of desserts at a fine dining establishment which this place clearly isn't. Lastly, the ice cream that was served with the fried Oreos had ice crystals in it and was of a very low quality. The service was just OK, but the waitress was so lifeless that I am not sure how she keeps her job. The fact that the owner has a captive clientele of a Jewish women's college across the street may have created a moral hazard in his mindset and caused him to lower the food quality and preparation. There is no excuse for such poor food.
Posted by Liz on 03/04/2014
It's more of a place I'd go for a date or business meal than to grab a bite. Their food is yummy. Some things are great, others are decent. It's a bit pricy for the amount of food but it's a nice atmosphere in the middle of midtown.
Posted by Joanna on 12/13/2013
My friend threw a birthday dinner here because we all keep kosher and it's a great location. I've always liked the food but some of their policies are asinine. They made my group wait until 8 of 10 of us showed up- they wouldn't seat 7 of us for 20 minutes and the table was sitting there, empty and set for us. No manager was present to speak to. They charge for everything- even a candle in a birthday dessert. If I don't have to, I doubt I'll go back.
Posted by Erica on 11/18/2013
We had been here before, and enjoyed the salads/soups, as well as the old-fashioned atmosphere and extensive menu options. But, like the previous time, the service was sub-par. Last time it was very slow; this time the server had no interest in providing service. As a result we are unlikely to return, especially as there are, as of now, other options in this neighborhood for the kosher consumer.