The Delicious Wonders of LASHEVET Middle Eastern Cuisine –
Moroccan, Israeli and Lebanese infused with flavors of Provence, France.
What you can expect from us
In addition to a high-quality selection of unique breakfast and dinner entrees, appetizers, and desserts, the Lashevet experience offers an opportunity to expand one’s knowledge of the world of vibrant food based on the rich history of Middle Eastern traditions
Serving up excellence
Chef Majid (Jay) Moulay Alami was born in Casablanca and spent his youth in Marseille, France. He began his cooking adventures in France and Holland before coming to the U.S.A. to pursue his culinary career.Jay's cultural history influences his menu at Lashevet, with Moroccan, Israeli, and Lebanese cuisine infused with flavors of Provence, France throughout his creations. He previously honed his cooking skills at top-notch NYC restaurants including Espace, the W, and Wallsé. Combining all of these influences at Lashevet’s kitchen, Jay transcends borders and unites the whole world in flavor.
Lashevet restaurant is the brainchild of highly acclaimed Sushi Dojo Owner Boris Lidukhover, and Food Scientist Larisa Sheihet.
Boris' other projects included Dojo Izakaya and Dojo Noodle House in Alphabet City and Sushi Dojo Express at the Gansevoort Market. Larisa (Lola) Sheihet, Ph.D. is a Russian Israeli chemist in the Food Science industry. She has over 10 years of experience working for a global food ingredient solutions company. Lola is able to translate her knowledge of healthy ingredients into a refined selection of homemade dishes, each and every one bursting with unique flavors.
NYCBuddha2022-08-17This is really cute spot in the upper East side with such a welcoming energy. The staff and chef and owners were very friendly and take pride and have passion in their cusine and restaurant. It was really good to see that.Their menu highlights tastes of Israeli, Moroccan, Lebanese cuisine infused with flavors from Provence, France.This was our line up;Lashevet Salad salatine
summer greens with kale, bulgur, and crispy onions. Really good salad. Generous portionBissara Soup
with dried fava beans, cumin, smoked paprika, and olive oil. Tasted good.
Personaly world have preferred some layering in the soup. Maybe some lentils or pieces of meat or bread.Lamb Meatballs Skillet
with cherry tomato sauce, saffron, and green peas. M. The folks next to me finished the dish. Dish looked great. I would have preferred less tomatoes.Presentation was great.Mehayam
goat cheese-crusted bakkafrost salmon with pepper coulis,beet hummusand tahini cauliflower.
This dish was outstanding! my favorite . The layering of flavors.
Im not a slamon fan but this was really good. The cauliflower was wow. The beet hummus and pepper coulis gave it great layering!Basbousa Cake was the owners wedding cake
coconut yogurt semolina cake with soft cheese. Its a NY cheese cake and and Israeli cheescake fusion..i loved it as it wasnt too sweet. I also like semolina.I will definitely go.back again.The below was shared by the restaurant while at dinner.When translated from Hebrew, the word “Lashevet has two meanings:
“Lashevet” is “To Sit / To Settle” – The Lashevet Team is proud To Settle their restaurant in the Upper East Side and invites their Patrons To Sit and enjoy family-style hospitality and share Lashevet’s take on the authentic Middle Eastern cuisine“La” means “To” and “Shevet” means “Tribe” – The Lashevet Team dedicates this restaurant to The Tribe of Neighbors, Friends, and Guests from All Over Avital Shapira2022-08-12Loved it!! Everything we ordered was delicious and fresh and reminded me of Israel! Definitely making this a regular place! Roi Gonen2022-08-12great food! every dish is a success!
the Humus is not exactly what you expect (different) but good as well. i am definitely coming back Meghan Henry2022-07-30The food was amazing. So good, hidden gem! Maddie Kutler2022-07-28Our server was one of the best I’ve ever had, she was so kind and attentive. The food was great (particularly the pita), and service was fast. I went with my friend who lives in the area, and she’s been for brunch which she said was also excellent.
The food was outstanding! I had octopus for an appetizer and salmon for a main course. It was delicious ! The humus was blended with beats and was absolutely delicious! I have never tried anything like that before! I had Basbousa St Germain cake for desert. It was to die for! And then they gave me tea with ginger, lime, mint and honey. I had an incredible evening and delicious dinner! The ambiance in the restaurant was very relaxing after a hard day at work. I will definitely be back and this time for both dinner and breakfast that I hear has incredible deserts.
What a charming cafe/restaurant. I was walking my dog and saw that it had floor to ceiling windows -which enabled me to have coffee inside, while my dog sat outside (it was a beautiful, unseasonably warm day). The manager and waiter were friendly. I had a latte and a delicious pastry (Basbousa St, Germain) which they said was made in house. I'm looking forward to returning soon for a meal.
Came to Lashevet for lunch. Delicious food, service and atmosphere. The owners were so inviting and welcoming to the neighborhood. Will definitely be back!!
The pita was thick and fresh, and the falafel & eggplant tasted incredible together. I also ordered a slightly sweetened Turkish coffee, which was lighter than I expected but very refreshing. Looking forward to coming back for dinner!
I had a lunch at Lashevet yesterday with my friends. The food was amazing, we absolutely loved hummus with pita & sesame ka'ak bread and completed with home made cookies and their specially teas. We loved the ambiance being cool with interesting design and nice music and service was top notch. We are going back to this gem restaurant for dinner!