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Gazala's Place

709 Ninth Ave. (W. 49th St.) Send to Phone
Comfortable Mediterranean restaurant in Hell's Kitchen.


 

Cuisine

Open
Lunch & Dinner daily
Features
  • Dress code: Casual

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Operations may be disrupted due to COVID-19. Be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its current status and offerings.


Gazala's Place Restaurant Review

: A tiny spot on a Hell's Kitchen avenue filled with restaurants, Gazala's Place falls a bit under the radar. The cuisine is that of Israeli Druze, a Middle Eastern fare filled with lots of rich spreads and savory flaky pastries. With just half a dozen tables, it's suitably dark and cozy for a date, and most of the dishes are meant for sharing. The “Gazala Platter” includes nine spreads and appetizers with plenty of bread. Among “Big Plates” is the “Moshakal” offering a combination of lamb, chicken and kafta with rice and salad. A few date cookies are a short and sweet ending to such a varied meal. The restaurant is BYOB so feel free to show up with your favorite bottle of wine.





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