Israelisches Restaurant
East Village, New York City
35 Tipps und Bewertungen
  • trendy
  • romantisch
  • gesunde speisen
  • gemütlich
  • authentisch
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  • Live To Eat
    Live To Eatvor 3 Tagen
    Everything... bread ... octopus... cocktails
  • Adrienne L.
    Adrienne LiuOktober 21, 2016
    A bit pricey but the bread in the flower pot is delicious!!
  • Nick C.
    Nick CrosthwaiteSeptember 14, 2016
    Amazing, slightly different Israeli food, one of the best burratas I've had
  • Jason K.
    Jason KarshAugust 28, 2016
    Good shakshuka for brunch
  • Dina N.
    Dina NAugust 25, 2016
    Eggplant soup!
  • Shiri L.
    Shiri LaraAugust 13, 2016
    Everyone, even the ressy text, will tell you to get the bread. And it's good, sure. The cocktails are innovative although only made of wine. Scallops were my fav. Everything's good albeit quite pricey
  • Dennis K.
    Dennis KovalyovJuni 29, 2016
    Best Israeli food in the East Village
  • Kate Y.
    Kate YanJuni 28, 2016
    Highly recommend shakshuka for brunch and their fresh squeezed OJ.
  • Belen N.
    Belen NallarJuni 11, 2016
    Pequeño resto muy bonito. Comodo. Buenos platos. Buen vino. Buena atencion. Volveria 😉
  • Dina N.
    Dina NMai 13, 2016
    Eggplant soup, ceviche. First and middle courses are better than main
  • Jane P.
    Jane PoretskyFebruar 19, 2016
    I spent 6 months in Tel Aviv so I can tell you the food is not super Israeli but the service is. Prepare to wait forever.. the servers are nice, and food is a solid 6.5/10. Your call.
  • Caroline
    CarolineJanuar 21, 2016
    A wonderful addition to the area. Great for a romantic date spot. The portions are are perfectly sized and the wine list is well-chosen. The oxtail stew and duck were delicious.
  • Rodrigo N.
    The space is tight. The octopus which is supposed to be their best dish was not amazing. I also had the hazelnut soup and the salad, both delicious, specially the salad. Duck and Lamb very good too.
  • Dens
    DensDezember 17, 2015
    Solid spot for brunch. I went with the Israeli Breakfast (in the pic) but the Shakshuka looked like it may have been the winner. Make a reservation.
  • Renae M.
    Renae MasonDezember 17, 2015
    Everything I tried here for dinner was delicious - fresh, contemporary, creative. I'll be back for brunch!
  • Abi B.
    Abi BockDezember 15, 2015
    Bread appetizer, faro veggie salad, sashimi, and octopus. All is so flavorful.
  • Cheap Best Hidden
    Cheap Best HiddenDezember 14, 2015
    When I came into Timna, they tested out their new ravioli on me. I was the first person to have it. If you want me to like you, give me ravioli, even experimental ravioli. Mehr erfahren
  • Danielle E.
    Danielle ElliotDezember 6, 2015
    Everything's pretty but it doesn't live up to the appearance. The croissant is impossible to pick up and mushy within 10 min. Hummus was too tahini-heavy. Polenta too sweet. Fattoush too salty.
  • Ms H.
    Ms HeleneDezember 6, 2015
    Sashimi-amazing yogurt sauce, roasted garlic, cucumber $14
  • Nikhil V.
    Nikhil VartyDezember 5, 2015
    Chestnut Soup and Shrimp Kebab
  • Eater
    EaterNovember 24, 2015
    Modern Israeli cuisine hits the East Village. Popular dishes here include the kubaneh bread, artichoke soup, sashimi, and octopus with black eggplant puree.
  • Ashley H.
    Ashley HNovember 8, 2015
    Pricey and the portions are small but the food is yummy nonetheless.
  • Caroline F.
    Caroline FisherNovember 5, 2015
    It Israeli good!
  • Tiffany W.
    Tiffany WuOktober 19, 2015
    Short ribs were melt-in-your-mouth tender.
  • Adam M.
    Adam MayOktober 10, 2015
    Great presentation, and an incredible palette of flavored the really elaborate on traditional Israeli cuisine. Get the octopus.
  • Zack S.
    Zack SheppardOktober 10, 2015
    The Bedouin octopus is unbelievable. 🐙
  • Florence N.
    Florence NguyenOktober 3, 2015
    Great wine and summer salad
  • Jackie H.
    Jackie HafnerSeptember 27, 2015
    Delish Mediterranean food and great wine list! We loved everything we ordered: bread, calamari, gnocchi, and sea bass. Definitely recommend.
  • ZZubin
    ZZubinAugust 13, 2015
    Upscale middle eastern fare. The service still needs work. Stand outs include the challah popover style bread....and yea that might've been it 😁
  • Mariya L.
    Mariya LAugust 9, 2015
    Everything we got was delicious (bread, eggplant appetizer and sea bass), and presented as a work of art. Service is excellent. Will definitely be back!
  • Cassidy
    CassidyJuly 20, 2015
    Pleasantly impressed by everything I ordered here (except the bread. Relax, Tanya). The lamb, scallops, and cauliflower were sublime.
  • Tanya
    TanyaJuly 1, 2015
    Loved the bread!
  • Tanya
    TanyaJuly 1, 2015
    That bread! So delish!
  • Claire
    ClaireMai 31, 2015
    Great addition to the neighborhood (RIP Hummus Place.) Order the fresh baked bread in the clay pot! The mackerel, polenta and tortellini dish were all delicious. Also the Negronish cocktail.
  • Omer Z.
    Omer ZachMai 10, 2015
    Amazing new fancy Israeli place replacing Hummus Place. A starter plus an appetizer should be plenty to fill you up.
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