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Posted by mimigauw on 09/28/2007
The eggplant and lamb stew is delicious and warming. The restaurant is quiet and quaint. The murals are nice. The food is tasty. The service may be improved. They seemed like they were not paying attention because they kept on bringing the wrong items everything from the drinks to the wrong dessert. Need to pep up the staff a little. For a restaurant with not too many patrons how can the service be so confusing to the wait staff?
Posted by Anonymous on 09/07/2007
i've lived in the neighborhood for three years and can't believe i've only just gotten around to trying this place. everything i've had, from the black-eyed pea and celery stew to the lamb in yogourt and eggplant sauce has been exceptional. lovely people, lovely food. can't recommend it enough.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/10/2007
If your looking for that home cooked meal that mom used to make, then this is the place for you! It did not feel like I was eating out at a restaurant, but had a more homey feeling like I was eating a nice home cooked meal which was the delicious by the way. The atmosphere made for an even more pleasant dining experience. From the beautiful murals on the walls, to the nice Middle Eastern music playing in the background, everything was perfect. Me and my friends had a wonderful time. We even got to buy some of their Extra Virgin Olive Oil, which they use in their kitchen, and which is imported from Lebanon by them. The olive oil is excellent, and I will be going back there soon to get some more! I highly recomend that you visit this place if at least once if you are in New York , and you will see what I am talking about!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/21/2007
Tripoli was very good, and the decoration is cute. The prices are also reasonable.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/29/2006
One of my favorite of the Arab restaurants on Atlantic Ave. A broad selection of food, all of it excellent. The service is reasonably attentive perhaps because it's relatively uncrowded. I've been there many times but often see the restaurant surprisingly empty. People should go to support this neighborhood classic. Also the somewhat bizarre decor--a nautical theme with the wooden trappings of a large boat--gives it character.