A Middle Eastern Steal!. Inexpensive and tasty Middle Eastern fare. All your favorites like hummus and falafel made well. It's a great spot in the West Village that can easily become a regular hangout. Service was fast and friendly.
Just right. Adorable little Middle Eastern restaurant that feels almost hidden away in the West Village. I ate here years ago and kind of forgot about how much I enjoy it until eating there today. Food was great, ambience very nice. Somewhat slow service, but I wasn't in a hurry today so I didn't mind.
WARNING: No credit cards accepted. Otherwise, this place was fantastic. If you can't afford a trip to Turkey, then you should come here. Service was impeccable! A very patient waitress answered all my questions for my dietary needs. Food was OUT OF THIS WORLD! Oh God! The pita bread alone was big, fluffy and inflated! The hummus was so fresh! I highly recommend the "ouzi" which is rice in a pastry with chicken and herbs - oh! to die for! I will definately be coming back! Oh, BTW - you must try the middle eastern beer! yum!
great mediterranean food for any budget. great food, good service, wonderful prices for homemade food that you just have to go back again for. Sort of Greek, Turkish food with incredible pizzas and hummus. better call ahead to see if they serve more than wine and beer. no reservations can be a headache in cold weather but if you hit at a little off time you can walk right in and have a great meal for not so much money. I think they are open for lunch and till at least midnight.
The best village mediterranean. I really havent had mediterranean food at a restaurant since Cookies and Couscous on Thompson closed down. Let me tell you, I really enjoyed this place. The food was great. I absolutely hate communal seating and closely spaced tables and this place had both, but the atmosphere and the food were such that I was able to get beyond the grumpy mood that put me in to have a really good experience. I would even go back and sit among a crowd of strangers. I had the leg of lamb sandwich (cold) and my wife had the merguez sandwich (warm). They were both excellent. The pitas are oven baked fresh. Absolutely delicious!
very average. well priced but so mediocre- and smelly-too smoky in there
Festive Middle Eastern restaurant delivers addictive food at reasonable prices..
With locations in the West and East Village, Moustache operates on a simple philosophy: Serve savory, affordable Middle Eastern food in a cozy, urbane setting; and keep that puffed-up, fresh-out-of-the-oven pita coming to the table. Unfortunately, the wait for a table at this West Village location can be unbearably long.
Start off with a mix of salads like babaganouj and chick pea-spinach-and-tomato, and move on to a sandwich--sliced leg of lamb or merguez sausage wrapped in a pita. Or try a "pitza"--fresh pita dough topped with lamb, spinach and other toppings--for one.
great hummus!. I've been there twice, and it was great both times. Cheap hummus, bread, pizza-type things, all absolutely delicious.
great eats!. the food was wonderful, the hummus, soo creamy. I was there on a Tuesday night, not crowded at all, and we were not rushed to finish. the waiter was friendly and very helpful making suggestions for a group of three to share. I will be dining there again! the place is small, and they only take cash, so I recommend smaller groups of people.
West Villagers Only. Don't ever let this great place lose it's West Village charm. Amazing food, great little locale. Yummy!
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