Colbeh

Middle Eastern
$ $ $
32 W 39th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
New York, NY 10018
(212) 354-8182

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  • An awesome, chic, multi-room restaurant. We love how comfortable and spacious the room is, its always a pleasure dining here. If you havent been, definitely try a stew and the kabob mix.
  • I think they misspelled bleh. don't come here. bad food, worse service.
  • A great mix of everything. Yellowtail carpaccio was wonderful!
  • The entres are voluminous, so you don't need starters, but then you'd miss the Moroccan cigars (pastry flutes filled with ground vegetables) and the tomatoey vegetarian bread dip called matbucha.
  • This comfortable Persian restaurant-which translates as "village hut" in Farsi-offers some excellent kebabs, foremost of which are the bone-in Cornish game hen and a surprisingly tasty filet mignon
  • Because their entree portions are extremely generous with rice and kabob, if you'd like to balance it out/mix it up a bit, you can have them do half rice and half Israeli salad, which is still great.
  • Appetizers were all good: Moroccan cigars, crispy rice, falafel, babaganoush (warning: it comes out cold!). Ordered the meat sampler to share and it was delicious.. my favorites were the koubideh.
  • Moroccan cigars are outstanding. Try all the flavored rices (except the orange rice - it's a bit too sweet). Service is very professional.
  • Great Persian/Kosher Food
  • Worst service I've ever experienced. Half the portions of the great nweck location. We had to hunt down waiters to even get a menu let alone order food. two thumbs down.
  • Between the farting children from the adjacent tables, the horrendous service, the lack of attention, the tiny portions, and the PEPPERS in between the barg pieces, I will NOT BE RETURNING.
  • I had the Geimeh stew. Food was great and atmosphere was amazing...
  • Good kosher place but kind of expensive
  • The cocktails tend to be overly sweet, opt for a glass of wine instead.
  • Ghormeh sabzi and Koobideh.
  • Ghormeh Sabzi and Koobideh.
  • Ghormeh Sabzi and Koobideh.
  • Ghormeh Sabzi and Koobideh.
  • Shit food. Uncooked falafels. Humongous portions of rice. Wasteful Terrible for vegetarians.