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Kutsher's Tribeca
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186 Franklin St New York, NY 10013
186 Franklin StreetUSNew YorkNew York10013
(212) 431-0606kutsherstribeca.com
$$Jewish Restaurant, Bar
Jewish Restaurant
Bar
Bistro
American Restaurant
Today 11:45 am – 3:30 pm
Monday 11:45 am – 3:30 pmTuesday 11:45 am – 3:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmWednesday 11:45 am – 3:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmThursday 11:45 am – 3:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmFriday 11:45 am – 3:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:30 – 10:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
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Light woods accent a modern room for upscale Jewish-American food, from pastrami to schnitzel.- Google
"The matzoh ball soup was awesome with large fluffy balls, and not overly salty."
"Artfully presented twists on Jewish deli staples."
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Alba Kruse
8 months ago
The food was EXCELLENT, the best we ever had. Our young waitress was lovely, helpful and polite. My husband and I had never been to Kutsher's before and wanted to try it. We found a Groupon and thought it was the perfect opportunity to give it a shot and celebrate our Anniversary. So we went for brunch. The restaurant manager on Sunday morning, August 10th, (I wish I'd gotten her name) would not honor our groupon. We were supposed to receive two soups, one appetizer, two entrees and two drinks each for the $69 Groupon. She came to our table and told us that we purchased a dinner Groupon and it really was not to be used for brunch, but she would be nice and honor it, but she would have to charge us extra for the soup (which we had already eaten by this time). We agreed and apologized for our error with the whole brunch/dinner thing as it was not stated on the groupon. We got the check, not only did she charge us $21.00 for the soup, she charged us $12.00 for each of 4 drinks which were to be included (not to mention that those drinks are normally $9). All she did for us was put our $69.00 toward a bill of $137.00. If we had known she was going to do that, we would have ordered much differently. We would not have had drinks, we would not have ordered soup. We were completely ripped off and when we tried to explain that these things were included in the Groupon, she told us they were not. Not wanting to make a scene, we left. We were so angry, we will never go back to Kutsher's again. Also, I intend to tell everyone that I speak with how unfortunate our experience was there. I hope that someone who works for Groupon will read this.
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N. Michel Hernández Valdés-Portela
a year ago
One of the best meals I have had in a long time. The service was good, attentive. We went there with a Gilt voucher, so it was a fix menu. However, we were delighted. They gave us a pitcher of their cucumber mint margarita, which was unexpectedly good. It seems they are known for it. The appetizers were delicious, but their entrees were great. I would suggest you to try either the Romanian steak, or the Duck schnitzel. Worth trying.
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Jennifer K.
a year ago
Came here for an 8:30pm reservation last Friday night, for a group of 9. Restaurant wasn't packed at all. I lost count how many times they served us water in between the appetizer and main course - prob around 45 min. Half our courses were sandwiches... seriously? Our wait staff wasn't even apologetic. I noticed them chatting in the corner as time went on. I was also peeved when they gave us a hard time about wanting to split the bill with different credit cards. Most of the food was good, but expensive. Some of the menu items had an asian twist to it.
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The Corcoran Group
a year ago
The ultimate spot for amazing Jewish comfort food - we're talking awesome latkes, pastrami reuben egg rolls, matzah ball soup, & brisket. Service could be better, but the food still makes it worth it.
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Bill Kruzynski
a year ago
The food was delicious, and you could tell it was all home made and very fresh. We went there for lunch and had latkes, matzoh ball soup, pastrami, and brisket. I can't say enough how delicious the food was. The portions for the soup & half sandwich could have been a bit larger for the price, but was so full of flavor! Our server was Gina, and she couldn't have been any more friendly and attentive. The host and busboy were equally as friendly. Definitely a restaurant to visit again and again.
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Bill Pollock
a year ago
Mediocre, pretty tasteless food, served hot if you're lucky. Mostly incompetent, unprofessional staff who can be rude, but not in an interesting way. Small, overpriced portions. And where do they find such lame bagels in New York?
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Lisa Steiman
a year ago
Food was excellent. Latkes, pastrami reuben egg rolls, spicy peking chicken bites, gefilte fish appetizers were all delicious. Brisket and roast chicken main coursers were also perfectly cooked. Service was great. Decor is fun.
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Eugene Weinstein
2 years ago
I really liked the decor in the place - high ceilings and nice vertical planks on the walls. The service speed was inconsistent, sometimes the waiter was checking on us too often, and sometimes he was nowhere to be found. We had the Passover menu special, which is really only a slight savings from the regular menu prices. The matzoh ball soup was awesome with large fluffy balls, and not overly salty. Potato latkes were great too - crunchy on the outside and well flavored. Gefilte fish was served with beets and was tasty as well. For the main course we ordered the salmon and the brisket. The salmon was really nicely done - with the skin super crunchy. But overall the flavor was kind of just ordinary - I felt like I could easily make a salmon at home like that, and I'm not a very serious cook. The brisket was not good, it was dry and flavorless. Definitely thumbs down on that. As many others have said, this place is overpriced. Maybe they can get away with it because they've been around forever and Jews all over NYC know it as the place to go on the holidays. The prix fixe menus were $65, and our total check for two came to $170 with three glasses of wine. So overall this place definitely has more positives than negatives. It's not a very good value, but most of the food was good, and the decor is impressive.
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