Very nice Lebanese restaurant in Midtown. Tasty food, nice interior and friendly service. We hand a lovely evening in this place.
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It may be that I am simply jaded having spent many years in London and the Middle East enjoying the best Lebanese food in the world. Or, it could simply be that this place is vastly overrated. I'll go with the latter. The humous was...More
We were excited to try Al Bustan as we've passed the elegant dining room hundreds of times, intrigued by the stunning chandeliers and Lebanese menu. We finally had dinner there on a Wednesday night at 8:30 PM. The dining room was quite crowded and there...More
Al Bustan is just a fraction short of being top quality but it's still a really decent meal. Lovely flavours, generous portions and a nice - if a little under populated - dining room. We were also lucky to have an exceptionally pleasant waiter. He...More
We went for Valentine's Day dinner but other than the back half of the upstairs being reserved for a private party (which was great to enjoy the music of) it was any other night at the restaurant. The waiter and chef did a very good...More
TERRIBLE service. Made reservation for 9:45 PM on OpenTable. I called them at 9:35 saying I will be 10-15 minutes late due to city traffic around the holidays time. The man on the phone says the kitchen will be closed when I get there. However,...More
Al Bustan is a large, elegant restaurant. It has an extensive menu of Lebanese specialties - all very good. The service is attentive. Surprisingly it was not very busy - at least on a week night. My only complaint - no regular coffee.
Nice atmosphere and excellent food and service. Very authentic food Grape Leaves, Kibbee and humus just to mention a few items. Good Lebanese wine reasonable prices..
COCKROACHES UNDER OUR TABLE. Yes, you read that right- and yes, it was plural. We started the night with high hopes, as we saw this restaurant on Michelin's Bib Gourmand list. Unfortunately, our hopes were the only high point of this experience. We made reservations...More
Found this gem last week in NYC. They had some very authentic food including several choices of Kibbeh. We chose (see pics) the Kibbeh Nayyeh which was lamb here (most places I go it's beef). It was fresh and served with plenty of onion and...More