In a recent Gothamist Magazine article, they published 5 new restaurants to try now in New York City. And yes, Lashevet made the list! We’ve had many publications list and review, and to some degree, the takeaway for many was similar — great Middle Eastern restaurants and then some detail about our chef and owners’ […]
The Resident likes Lashevet Restaurant based on the multiple-page feature they just gave us in their latest magazine issue.
Is Lashevet best at 86th street on the upper east side? In a recent article in The New York Times they seem to think so in an article about the 2nd ave subway, they featured one restaurant from 72nd, 86th, and 96th street. The reporter highlighted Lashevet for 86th street.
Lashevet: the perfect balance of flavor and quality is what ELIZABETH BLASI for the magazine Tasting Table. She has a lot of other nice things to say as well.
Middle Eastern cuisine on the upper east side of Manhattan (NYC) is highlighted in The Villager Magazine.
We were thrilled with the Lashevet review by Hype Experience writer Peter Do.
In the article where Lashevet Restaurant was profiled by Time Out Magazine, they delved into the menu, the background of the owners, and the chef.
The CITITOURNYC Lashevet Restaurant listing will help spread the word that we are here, and we are worth the visit.
Help Ukraine March 3-6 in NYC at Lashevet Restaurant drop-off.
Lashevet Restaurant in The New York Times in their section about new restaurant openings, where they point out that “Boris Lidukhover, the experienced restaurateur who owns Sushi Dojo in the East Village, and Larisa Sheihet, who has a doctorate in food science, have combined their expertise at this homey new Middle Eastern spot.”