Mediterranean, Israeli
$ $ $
214 Mulberry St (btwn Spring & Prince St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 966-7366
5:30pm - 10:30pm
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11:30am - 3:00pm
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11:00am - 3:30pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
11:00am - 3:30pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm



  • The lamb burger stuffed with goat cheese with caramelized onions on top is the perfect way to send yourself into a delightful post-lunch food coma.
  • Youll want some smoked eggplant, hummus and a carrot-puree pizza before the chicken under a brick. If this be healthy eating, eat on!
  • Shrimp app here is moneyyy
  • get the brick chicken
  • The chocolate hazelnut mousse is everything I dreamed of as an Israeli 7 year old: Milky (pudding with whipped cream on topmix it together!) on top of Pesek Zman, roughly Israeli hazelnut Kit-Kat.
  • So we went crazy on starters, each one better than the next. Calamari a la plancha, fried olives, patatas bravas (woah garlic sauce!), and burrata. Then brick chicken with lush green sauce. Amazing!
  • Moroccan fish cazuela
  • Melon & jicama gazpacho, yes please.
  • Falafel done right. If you haven't had it here, you haven't lived.
  • Grilled merguez sandwich
  • Get the Cauliflower. No...get two of 'em.
  • The lamb burger, stuffed with goat cheese, is massive and delicious but falls apart in your hands. Hummus plate was great too, with fresh pita bread.
  • Everything here is delicious. But if you really need suggestions - appetizer: fried cauliflower, friend olives, grilled octopus, & ceviche. Entry: short ribs, chicken, steak, & red snapper.
  • Skirt steak, burrata, cauliflower. Delicious.
  • Winner of Best Use of Za'atar in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue! Usually used on meat and fish, the spice blend goes great on the potatoes here.
  • Why have you not been here yet?! Get the crispy cauliflower, the artichoke and chestnut soup, the half "under a brick chicken" and the lamb chops!
  • Chef Einat Admony brings her great culinary skill and Mediterranean flare to the table. Try the roasted cauliflower appetizer, fried olives an you can't for get about the falafel!
  • Delicious, fresh, Mediterranean fare in a homey setting at an affordable price. What more could you want? [Eater 38 Member]
  • The arctic char ceviche was delicious as was the sea bass.
  • Is 2010 the year of the meatball? We picked our 9 favorites in the new Cheap Eats issue, including the grass-fed beef ones coated in falafel, served here.

Nearby places

37 Spring St (btwn Mott & Mulberry St)
18 Spring St (btwn Mott & Elizabeth St)
48 Spring St (at Mulberry St)