The popular Israeli dish is very delicious at this welcoming and cozy cafe. I anjoyed the feeling of home away from home.
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We enjoyed Sunday brunch with our family. The wait for a table was not very long, omelets were superb, prices were very reasonable. Highly recommend.
4.5 stars average? You're kidding me. The pea soup was below average, peas still quite undercooked, not much flavor. The spicy chicken sandwich involved a splash of hot sauce on a dominating bread. Service? 20 minutes to bring a banana. Why does anyone come back?
Stopped for breakfast here by accident as we had planned to go next door but they weren't open. What a lovely find! It's an Israeli cafe. Had a tasty omelette, split pea soup and delicious cappuccinos. At the end of our meal, they brought us...More
The only slight I will give this place (and it may be a West Side thing) is that it opens at 7. About an hour later than I would like! However, I found a place to get a first cup of coffee then walked on...More
Thank you for your welcoming atmosphere and delicious foods. I dropped in to wait til my kids finished their half day of school. My starter was coffee and a blueberry scone. The scone was exceptional. It was so good I ordered a second one to...More
I visited my sister recently in NYC. She lives around the corner from Cafe Noi. I went there three different mornings for coffee ( very good), pastry (very good) and free wi-fi (very good). The coffee and pastry was $6, which for NYC is a...More