At 251 WEST 85th Street, between Broadway and West End Avenue.
From their website:
Our story begins in New York City in the 1980s. The Dery brothers’ were born in Morocco and raised in Israel where they were greatly influenced by Middle Eastern cuisine. Eventually, brother David Dery arrived from Israel and opened their first kosher restaurant in Manhattan. His menu of Middle Eastern delicacies quickly caught the attention of both the Jewish and secular communities of Manhattan, as well as the five boroughs.
David Derry fondly recalls his early influence into cooking. “During childhood, my mom and aunt were always cooking something delicious that was ready for tasting. After learning kitchen skills for myself, I decided to share this experience and to pass it on with an extra unique twist of the Middle Eastern flavor and atmosphere.
I drew upon all of the culinary secrets that I had learned over the years from my family and created a Mediterranean & American Menu that was second to none. After serving in the IDF, I moved to America, to build a brick-wall Upper west side kosher restaurant in NYC.”
“After starting our dream restaurant, we began to add healthier and perfectly natural ingredients to each exquisite dish. At the same time, I slowly began to absorb the beauty and flavor of my Jewish religion while learning more about my Jewish heritage.
Sure enough, I found a connection with the Chabad community of Crown Heights. It was at that point that I decided to add an additional ingredient to our restaurant – sharing the incredible message of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Now, the feeling of our restaurant is not only saturated with delicious dishes and aromas, but also with a taste of Torah and Mitzvot.
We even integrate this into the overall dining experience by offering fun promotions, such as offering customers a free dessert for saying a Dvar Torah at their table. By adding the special, personal touch to the dining experience, we believe The Kasbah is one of the finest of upper west side restaurants – but you don’t have to take our word for it.
Come and see for yourself – our dedicated, friendly team will ensure your experience at one of the finest kosher restaurants in NYC is one you’ll want to repeat over and over again.
no, no, a restaurant
yes sorry was referring to the link I added, the restaurant seems more legit a place of worship.