Horus East Cafe

Cafe
345 East 62nd Street, New York, NY 10065 345 East 62nd Street, New York Directions
+12128131751
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73% of 11 customers recommended
This place is closed.

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Report | 5 years ago
Great place. Great food.
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Report | 5 years ago
I loved it. I never even knew it existed. I will definitely go there again. Food was great.
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Report | 5 years ago
Adding a service charge to the bill even for parties of twois a bit of a turnoff. Wasnt disclosed clearly enough.
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Report | 5 years ago
the groupon rules didn't say dine in only but the person I talked to insist that it has to be dine in. I asked to speak to the manager and she said he is not available and she has no authority to make any changes. So I am stuck with dinning in. I thought it was unfair that they changed the rules and not letting us to speak to someone who can change that decision. Food was ok. However, despite that I went by myself, I was being charged a mandatory 20% service charge. I've never dine in any where that charges 20% tips for a party of ONE. The overall experience was not good at all. The restaurant shouldn't be thinking providing food and service for $1 of value (it was a 1dollar lunch on friday). Customers won't return if that's how they try to rip people off.
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Both the appetizer & entree had a re-heated, not freshly prepared taste and were luke warm. The waitress had to be reminded to bring an included side dish & needed to look it up on the menu. The food was flavorful and had potential that was compromised by the service.
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At lunchtime, the crab cakes and the harira soup (chunks of tender lamb) were well seasoned and in generous portions. I would go back to try more of their menu.. A pot of Moroccan black tea with mint was delicious. I would comment on the use of a cafeteria style loose sugar dispenser rather than sugar packets (preferebly natural sugar). The somewhat grubby and battered sugar dispenser did not go well with the cool and serene table setting. Service was cheerful and friendly; but I was surprised at the automatic 20% service charge included in the bill, giving no option to reflect the service received.
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Middle Eastern and Moroccan aromas waft through the walls of Horus East Cafe as servers ferry trays of saffron-infused paella and skewers of lamb to awaiting tables. Beneath sheer curtains and exotic oil paintings, diners lounge at burgundy-colored booths to sip bottled beers and partake of aromatic tobacco blends from towering hookahs. On Thursday–Saturday evenings, belly dancers flaunt their colorful garb and undulating moves as they meander between tables, suffusing the eatery's atmosphere with kinetic creativity. The café's doors remain open until 4 a.m., facilitating late-night noshing and providing sanctuary from streets filled with carriages turning back into pumpkins.

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