Taboon: "Middleterranean brunch" Taboon Tip by Dabs

Taboon, New York City: 1 reviews and 1 photos

by Dabs

This was another one of Julie's (travelmad478) picks, we had brunch here with her mom before going to see a play at a nearby theater.

The restaurant is a small comfortable place, crowded on a Sunday afternoon but not noisy.

Our waiter, although quite pleasant to look at, was rather inattentive, as we were not in a rush, it didn't matter much. Other servers seemed to be friendly and attentive.

Favorite Dish: The menu is Middle Eastern/Mediterranean. We started off with a basket of brioche, a fabulous selection of breads and pastries, some with a delightful chocolate filling. Our second appetizer wasn't brought out because it was not up to the chef's standards (too salty).

The brunch menu was limited, I ordered a caesar salad with cured lamb which was OK but a rather small portion although I had filled up on bread and mint tea and was satisfied. The dinner menu looked interesting, if I were to go back it would be for dinner.

Address: 773 10th Avenue at 52nd St.
Price Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: At 52nd St.
Phone: (212) 713-0271
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 3
Theme: Middle Eastern

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jan 25, 2005
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