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Posted by Stepho on 2013-07-01
I never write reviews - but I love Tutt Cafe - their lamb pizza, their chicken plate, their tabouli, even their yoghurt is the best. I usually get take-out but sometimes we stop by and eat-in - not a fancy place but great food and great service.
Posted by Bob on 2013-07-01
The Hummus and freshly baked Pita is to die for. Wait staff are great. Humble dining atmosphere fits right in with the whole feel of the dining experience. Perhaps one of the best hidden away "neighborhood" places I have encountered.
Posted by PC on 2012-03-20
Nice and homey. Good food. Relaxing atmosphere. No phony baloney. Just a great place to hang out with people. You will always get a sincere smile. They really want you to be happy there. It makes everything taste delicious. Go there, you'll love it.
Posted by AMCL on 2012-01-04
This restaurant has delicious food at an amazing value. The chef and owner actually takes your phone call and will serve you food if you're there. Can't go wrong. Everything I try is better than the next :)
Posted by endstop on 2011-06-01
Food is great, delivery is great, they don't really know how to answer the phone.
Posted by BKleGal on 2011-03-04
I would definitely not go as far to say it's the best falafel (have you tried Fatoosh also in Brooklyn Heights? Or Mamoun's down on MacDougal?) But their food is decent, and convenient on a day when you need your Middle Eastern fix. And their lentil soup
Posted by breezycarrie on 2011-02-22
Tutt Cafe is fantastic! They are really the best option for takeout in Brooklyn Heights. The food is delicious, it's hands down my favorite falafel. Their Lentil and Bulgar salad as well as their Babaganouj are also stellar and their pitas are homemade
Posted by David Vaughan on 2010-09-14
This meal was lacking rice. It would have made it much better. Lacked authenticity. This will be the last time I eat here. The humas was to salty. The carry-out treys they use are just not cohesive to the meal. All around a bad experience.