The name means "tastes good" in Hebrew,
and this tiny upper floor luncheonette in the diamond district lives up to it. These are the usual Bukharan specialties: kebabs, home fries, Israeli salad, aka chopped up tomatoes and cucumbers. The menu isn't big but everything on it is good, and more importantly, cheap. You won't find better food for the buck in midtown, especially if you are a sucker for lamb, as I am.
Ordered yesterday and the food was amazing. Waited an hour for delivery but was worth it.
I ordered again today. Waited an hr. As I opened it I noticed it was missing a stroganoff, so phoned the driver back who I could hardly hear. He told…
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