Gazala's Place

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Gazala Halabi, who was born and raised in a small Druze village in Israel, began her cooking career with a catering business that garnered such acclaim she was able to open a small spot in Hell's Kitchen. A sister restaurant followed on the Upper West Side (380 Columbus Ave.). At both locations, diners enjoy familiar Middle Eastern meze like hummus, foul, kibbe and grape leaves stuffed with meat and rice, all done very well. Big plates include whole fish, chicken and lamb kebabs and falafel, along with lesser-known, tasty dishes like za'atar and cheese pie topped with homemade goat cheese. The original, simple nook in Hell's Kitchen is a good cheap-eats choice before the theater.

709 Ninth Ave.
Manhattan, NY
  (212) 245-0709
  Hours: Sun.–Thurs., 11am–10.30pm; Fri.–Sat. 11am–11pm


Cuisine
Middle Eastern
Miscellaneous
Kid Friendly
Pre-Theater
Payment Types
Credit Cards Accepted
Price
$$
Services
Catering

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