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Wolf & Lamb
Posted by Alex S on 12/13/2007
Wolf and Lamb has a great environment. The staff is very friendly, there's live jazz and it's just really nice in general. Having not kept kosher all my life (and having worked at some fancy non-kosher places in my life) I can honestly say Wolf & Lamb is a classy, yet a reasonably-priced place compared to non-kosher places. It's great for dates as well as a place to take your friends (I do both). I highly recommend Wolf and Lamb.
Posted by Happy Diner on 10/08/2007
Delicous! I am exceptionally happy. I was in the mood for a hearty, "real" meal and my friend, who only keeps kosher, thought we should try Wolf & Lamb. Having eaten at some great non-kosher steak houses, I was hesitant. Many of the kosher meat restaurants we've been to have been overpriced for what you're getting - I had yet to even try a decent kosher burger. Well, I am happy to report, Wolff and Lamb totally exceeded my expectations, the price range is right (we spent about $150 after tax and tip for 2 steak dishes, a bottle of wine and dessert), and they easily rival any steak house, kosher or not. Yum! I'm still thinking about the dinner. I can't wait to go back, and highly recommend it!
Posted by one happy customer on 08/01/2007
Just visited Wolf & Lamb on a jaunt to New York. We went on a recommendation and were grateful for the advice. This is a steakhouse in the spirit of the old New York classics with an appreciation of the contemporary. I felt like I was in a movie set. The crowd was friendly and the mood upbeat. The sweet potato fries and Tilapia in chefs tomato caper sauce were fabulous. My date, being a vegetarian, went with the pasta marinara and commented on the homemade sauce. Thanks for a job well done!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/13/2007
Went on a Tuesday night with family...food was good, portions were huge and the service was friendly; bathrooms could be cleaner though....only problem was my idiot brother in law sitting across from me.
Posted by frequent power luncher on 07/12/2007
I only went 2 W&L because I've already taken my "friends" 2 all the "upper crust" joints (Solo P.G. La-Carnie....) 2 tell U the truth W&L surpasses them hands down!so if $pending a lot on dishes U can't pronounce gets U off STAY AWAY!
Posted by hungry tourist on 06/28/2007
this was not my first dining experience at Wolf & Lamb but i finally felt compelled to leave a note. i have dined at many of New York's finest restaurants and have had my share of memorable meals. Wolf & Lamb always shines in all the areas that i would rate a great restaurant on. it has fabulous food consistently done right, great friendly, attentive service and a convenient location right in Midtown Manhattan yet still delivering great value. keep up the great work. many thanks from a gratefull diner.
Posted by Sheldon on 05/03/2007
We have eaten in many kosher and non-kosher restaurants alike over the years, even though we will only eat meat in the kosher ones. The food has consistently been excellent--creative combinations, grilled to perfection, and always plentiful. It's a bit pricey, but Kosher food is more expensive, and it is New York. But the quantity, the quality, combined with the always friendly, accomodating, competent yet relaxed service and atmosphere make it a wonderful dining experience! Not a New York deli by any means, yet also not a stuffy, over-priced nouveau kosher restaurant either. Perfect for families and anyone who needs kosher food, but even if you don't, absolutely worth a try--you will not be disappointed!