Shuka was an excellent restaurant. The food was delicious (you must have the crispy cauliflower!) and the service was very good. I would highly recommend it. If I lived there, I would be a regular.
Food took longer than I would have liked to prepare but overall pretty good. The noise level was quiet enough for 6 of us to have a good conversation at regular levels
This is a favorite. Weather in its prior name Hundred Acres or currently as Shuka we have enjoyed every meal we have had here. This time we had brunch and found it to be just wonderfully exotic and interesting.
The staff is gracious and attentive from the moment you walk in to when you walk out, we were seated immediately, the restaurant is lovely so pretty although a bit noisy on a deservedly because it is so delicious busy Friday night, and table service was great but even better than all that was the food. Go with friends and share everything because there are dishes that should not be missed.
Must haves - crispy cauliflower perhaps the best cauliflower I have ever had and not just because it’s delicately fried to perfection but it is served on a bed of an amazing sauce; fried artichoke is often great and theirs is; spicy carrots meze perfectly seasoned; steak kebab so flavorful and tender; chicken shawarma a perfect combo of savory sweet flavorful; cauliflower entree hearty delicious...
Great food and service. Cocktails were amazing. Vibe is energetic and fun.
Fresh, delicious Mediterranean that's a step above on flavor. No bland food here! Everyone in my party looks forward to coming back.
Note to restaurant: SLOW. DOWN. We literally received all our 6 plates within 12 minutes. It felt like we couldn’t scarf it down fast enough and though most of it was delicious, we felt like we were being intensely rushed out. Waitress was lovely. Noise overwhelming (music could stand to be lowered). Hope it improves.
Amazing. Went with my boyfriend who is Lebanese and thought the food was fantastic! He was even so happy to see that they had a Lebanese beer on the menu. My only complaint is that the noise level was a bit loud, but I would totally go back again regardless.
This continues to be one of our favorite "new" discoveries. Excellent brunch options, and really tasty and copious portions. Friendly, and helpful service. Only complaint - which isn't unique to Shuka - is the noise level. But we'll out up with that anytime, given the quality of the food.
We used to live in Tel Aviv, and were expecting a more authentic experience. The food was just good, not great. However the service we got was pretty atrocious. Dishes came out of order and after long delays. We waited for appetizers to be cleared roughly 30 minutes. Wine glasses were under filled. Dishes were missing. We are locals, and have never had such terrible service at what is regarded as a nice restaurant. Its for that reason that we wont be back. We probably also wont be visiting the other restaurants under the same management
Amazing. Obsessed with this place.
The focus here is on middle eastern cooking and fresh ingredients. Everything we had was fresh, well prepared and seasoned. Great wine list, good service. We had a long lunch and were never rushed or ignored. I’ve also beeen here for happy hour before which is a great value and fun.
a great restaurant. Excellent food. I was in NYC for a week and came 2 times for this place.
I am vegeterian, and there you can find good and delicious options for vegeterian clients.
Waiter was not attentive and had too many tables.
Everything was delicious, staff was attentive and was committed to insuring our experience was a great one.
Cauliflower, tabouleh, kabobs (lamb and chicken) recommended