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668 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY, 10025
nr. 93rd St.
By Eric3117 on 1/28/2015
My son loves steak, so I was looking for a great Kosher steakhouse to take him to when we came up to visit him in New York. Talia's came up when I did a search, and it turns out, it was very close to where he was staying. He and I both ordered steaks. He ordered the prime rib, and I ordered the pan-seared filet mignon. Both steaks were excellent. He was very impressed, and he is a connoisseur of steaks. Great experience! I highly recommend it!
Fine Kosher Cuisine on Shabbat!
By peacelovekarenn on 9/28/2014
MMM!!! Definitely what my family and I needed after a long, hardworking week. With a staff that treats you like family, definitely my go to kosher restaurant in the Upper west side. The food's great. There's something on the menu appropriate for everyone. My kids tend to go for the chicken fingers and fries, I usually go for the steaks. Steaks are always cooked to perfection. No extra sauce needed! Great food, relaxing ambiance, attentive staff, Talia's doesn't go wrong. Plus, they are always open! Even having special menus for holidays like Rosh Hashana.
By Ramdag on 9/2/2013
My husband and I were just going for a walk on the UWS when we strolled into Talia's. We heard some really great live, acoustic guitar music coming from the restaurant and decided to check it out, We sat outside, ordered appetizers (the thai beef salad was SO yummy) and some wine, and had a relaxing tuesday evening in new york. The live music, atmosphere, and the food are all reasons to go back again!
Great Romantic Evening
By PureGuava123 on 5/2/2013
Took a date to Taliaâ€™s Steakhouse in Manhattan last night. I was pleased to see they had candles and roses on the tables. We ordered a prime rib and filet mignon, which we both agreed were excellent. The live musician sounded great. They really know how to make a romantic evening a Taliaâ€™s. Great food, great service on the Upper West Side. Highly recommended.
By AaronDreiwitz on 2/26/2013
If you are looking for a great glatt kosher restaurant in NYC, I highly recommend Taliaâ€™s. I brought my family into the city from Brooklyn and we all enjoyed. Kids had a blast with their chicken fingers and fries, and we loved our steaks and short ribs. Our friends are looking for a restaurant in Manhattan to have their Passover Seder, and I would definitely let them know to check out Talia's, since they will be kosher for Passover and open the whole holiday. We hope to be back soon!
By SharonST on 2/6/2013
The live music was so great! Mixed with the candles and roses on the tables, it really made for a nice ambiance. The steaks were cooked exactly how I like, and my cup never went dry. The servers were all very friendly and helpful, I know I can be a handful so this was nice to see that they were able to roll with the punches. I'm a picky eater and the food was exactly what I wanted. I really had an exceptional night. The food was so affordable and to be honest, the portions were really quite generous. Great experience!
Can always count on it!
By starmoon on 12/3/2012
Talia's Steakhouse never fails to leave me satisfied and filled with delicious food. Their lamb shank is my favorite dish. The meat just melts in my mouth and leaves me wanting more. Unfortunately, it's starting to get too cold now to enjoy the food in their outdoor cafe, but the atmosphere inside is just as nice. The staff is always extremely helpful, too.
By cas2indi on 5/13/2012
My boyfriend & I were visiting frm Chicago & we happened to be walking down Amsterdam Avenue when we we're attracted by the sound of great live music! We decided to stop in for a cocktail at the bar & saw the fantastic amount of choices of food! I wasn't very hungry so i had the chicken ceasar wrap with sauteed spinach - which was the perfect amount! My boyfriend choose the BBQ Spare Ribs which was a great portion - we were very impressed with this!!! I will definitively come back to dine here at Talia's Steakhouse on the next trip to New York City!
By hannah49 on 2/7/2012
I was planning a family reunion lunch in New York and since many of the family members, myself included, keep kosher we decided to do it at a kosher steakhouse. Iâ€™ve had some mixed experiences at Taliaâ€™s but remembered having a delicious steak the last time I was there so I decided to book a table for our party. We were 20 people and they had our table ready for us when we arrived. There were a couple of elderly people in our party and this was probably the last time all of us would be meeting together so it was a very special occasion. A few of them were having quite a few drinks â€“ who knew that old people liked cocktails so much! â€“living it up until the very endâ€¦good for them I say. Anyway, about the food- I had the rib-eye steak which was as good as I remember. In fact, I think most of our party had some kind of meat dish. My husband had the roasted duck in raspberry sauce which he really enjoyed. The chicken vegetable soup was included with my steak as an appetizer and it was very flavorful. I think that only my aunt had a fish dish â€“ if I remember correctly it was the Moroccan salmon, which she enjoyed with a few glasses of Pinot Grigiot. I recall her being very happy and content. The service was top-notch and our food came very quickly even with the restaurant being fairly full.
Great place to pary at!
By foodie223 on 11/8/2011
I was with a large group celebrating my best friendâ€™s wedding at Talias. It was a great choice to celebrate here. Taliaâ€™s staff was very accommodating to help us order a large quantity of wine and desserts, and the assortment of menu items to choose from was very much appreciated. Although we were a large crowd and no doubt made a lot of commotion, the service was pretty efficient. I am going to come back with my husband for a regular meal here for sure!
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