Nur

Nur

Restaurante israelí
Flatiron District, Nueva York
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  • Jonas L.
    "tasty and the foie (foie gras)"(3 Tips)
    Honghui Y.
    "Highly recommend the Palestinian tartare, spiced lamb (cordero) and sea bass."(5 Tips)
    Chelsea B.
    "#FabuLIST #DubiDO start with the kubaneh and eggplant carpaccio (berenjenas)."(8 Tips)
    ZZubin
    "amazing...regret not getting the donut (dónuts) and the carpaccio."(3 Tips)
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  • Emily W.
    Kubaneh over Jerusalem bagel, but honestly just get both. Other hits: horias, gefilte shrimp, octopus, lamb. Everything comes beautifully plated, and the flavors hit hard (in a good way, generally).
    Votación a favor hace Oct 16
  • ZZubin
    ZZubinJunio 22
    fresh and interesting takes on "israeli" cuisine. Jerusalem bagel was amazing...regret not getting the donut and the carpaccio. Long wait but good cocktails to hold u over
  • Alexis C.
    Get the bread!! Challah and sesame are a must. The dishes are beautifully prepared and ready for the 'gram. Especially fluke tartare and steak tartare. Get there early for a cocktail at the bar.
  • Jonas L.
    Best dish was the eggplant carpaccio -- which should have been called baba ganoush and served in a bowl, all of the breads were tasty and the foie was light and delicious. Mains were too complicated
    Votación a favor hace Aug 30
  • Morgan M.
    Morgan McKeeSeptiembre 4
    Delicious! But with a bit of service issues 🤷🏻‍♀️ start with bread service, be diff and go with the challah! Calamari salad to start is beautiful mesh of medi flavors. Share octopus as your main!
  • Konstantin
    KonstantinOctubre 24
    Food full of flavor. Delicious and appealing. As a tartar fan I loved both the Fluke and the Beef, however if I had to pick I would go with the fluke. Octopus, the sesame bagel, all delish.
  • Dan R.
    Kubaneh is the correct bread choice (because schug is amazing!) and the horias (raw lamb and eggplant grilled in pita) is unique and worth returning again and again to get ...
  • Honghui Y.
    Honghui YuSeptiembre 24
    Some of the best Mediterranean food I've had in the city. Highly recommend the Palestinian tartare, spiced lamb and sea bass. And the kubaneh bread is to die for!
  • Anna M.
    Anna MOAgosto 21
    Kubaneh Bread is amazing. The salmon sashimi very flavorful and the sea bass delicious. For dessert the new middle east is tasty but definitely a portion to share.
  • Chelsea B.
    #FabuLIST #DubiDO start with the kubaneh and eggplant carpaccio. Then get the Horias and Damascus Qatayef. Enough food for two people. Excellent service and not too loud.
  • Ariane O.
    Ariane OrdoobadiSeptiembre 27
    Absolutely delicious. Diverse and original combination of middle eastern flavors. Good portion sizes. Loved every dish but especially the Fois Gras Parfait.
  • Matt P.
    Everything was incredible but notable standouts include the Jerusalem Bagel, the Date Donuts, and the Fluke. Cocktails all rock too.
  • Marina L.
    Marina LeeOctubre 1
    A modern take on Middle Eastern cuisine. The foie gras and the kubaneh bread were my favorites.
  • Noura S.
    Noura S.Agosto 15
    Lovely place, but you need to book a table a month in advance. The food was good.
  • Jana H.
    Get the bagel and the eggplant carpaccio. Lovely space.
  • Aviv G.
    Aviv GadotOctubre 7
    Great modern Israeli food. Far too many gimmicks, but it still works. The desserts are great for Instagram but are exceptionally bad. Skip the desserts.
  • ZZubin
    ZZubinJulio 24
    Must get date donut, them little lamb pockets and something from the bread section
  • Sam O.
    Sam OriachJulio 22
    The eggplant carpaccio was scrumptious, and so was the kubaneh. Lamb was also delicious.
  • AJ M.
    AJ MentaikoJunio 10
    Amazing. Don't skip the eggplant carpaccio.
  • Kay T.
    Kay TeoSeptiembre 26
    Dishes are incentive and flavor bombs. Lots going on. Weird service though, waiter rushed us so much.
  • Gadi S.
    Gadi ShamiaAbril 26
    Meir Adoni restaurant with creative dishes from the Middle East.
  • Ben C.
    Ben CohenAgosto 20
    Breads, eggplant carpaccio, Moroccan fish stew
  • YL
    YLJunio 2
    Definitely order the tartare
  • Jeremy K.
    Outstanding inventive Israeli cuisine.
  • Nath M.
    Nath MJulio 22
    Eggplant carpaccio. Wow.
  • Ely G.
    Ely GoldbergAbril 29
    Try everything!
  • Howard
    HowardJunio 15
    Eater Hot List June 2017
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