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Posted by Jen on 12/11/2008
U Cafe is great! All of the staff are friendly and helpful. The food is delicious! Everything is super fresh. I usually get soup and a sandwich or salad. The soups are all great and I recommend the Viva Italia sandwich or Haloumi salad.
Posted by Gaby on 11/10/2008
Took my wife there last night for dinner. THe food was great. The decor of the restaurant is funky, we loved. My wife and I simply enjoyed the whole evening. Itsa fun place to eat. We had the Sea Bass Special with the Quinoa, hopefully spelt it right, was great. I left there satisfied.
Posted by Frequent customer on 11/02/2008
I've ordered from them many times though we tend to stick to the salads and middle eastern samplers, which are very good, a definite cut above local diners etc. The Saloniki salad is delightful and the middle eastern sampler platters awesome and fresh. This is how hummus, tabouleh, and babaganoush are suppposed to taste (sorry about spelling). Delivery friendly and the employees are nice. I have not had much else on the menu
Posted by Anonymous on 08/04/2008
I live in teh neighborhood and go there pretty often. The food is amazing! I have never once had a dish that I did not like. The service has gotten better as time has passed, although still a little slow. I have met the owner countless times and he always asks if there is anything that needs improvement.
Posted by Shira on 06/26/2008
Food is either very tasty (most of the appetizers, simpler sandwiches, salads) or close to inedible and laden with heavy sauce (pastas with vodka sauce or the ravioli). We were there on a reasonably nice, breezy summer evening and the place was very warm. They are clearly economizing on the a/c. Decor-wise, the most normal and airy looking of kosher restaurants -but clearly a "cafe" (no tablecloth, paper napkins, etc). Prices are very high for fish dishes, acceptable for most others. The service was fine, well-meaning, and casual. It's BYOB -there is a liquor store two doors down where u can get a kosher wine (make sure you have it opened at the restaurant vs. at the liquor store). I'd go there again but not in the summer and pick my dishes very carefully (both taste-wise and price-wise).
Posted by Adam on 03/20/2008
Went there for dinner and had a great time! The mini burkeas with the"Green Tehini was a great way to start off with as an appatizer, somthing I have never had before. The Salmon Pinapple was amazing. They have a variety of desserts but the panna cotta hit the spot! I will definately return.
Posted by jason on 03/02/2008
Yes, it's nice to have a kosher place like this in the neighborhood, but c'mon, why so darn expensive? The portions are small - though not bad tasting - and the atmosphere and service do not compensate. Also do 98% of the dishes on the menu have to include cheese? It feels like they presumed it was an easy way to increase the "value" in some of the dishes (oh, lets throw some mozzarella into the salad and charge an extra $4 for it...) give me a break. Some of the pepper dishes and olive spreads were good... maybe we'll go back for snacks when kids aren't running through the tables.