Saturday, January 2, 2016

Nargis Café Makes it to Top 100 of Brooklyn Restaurants

Azərbaycanca: Salyan çörəyi. Photo by Dronqqo

The popular Nargis Café has caught the attention of not just the critics at the New York Times and the Village Voice, but the people voted favorably on Yelp, hurling it into the prestigious top 100 places to eat in Brooklyn.

The Nargis Café has been serving Uzbek food since 2007 at the corner of Coney Island Avenue and Kathleen Place in Sheepshead Bay. Yelp discovered the top 100 restaurants by searching Brooklyn restaurants who obtained the highest star ratings over the past year. The Nargis Café turned out to be one of the most well-liked and popular of Brooklyn’s restaurants.

A glance at Yelp shows a large number of glowing five-star reviews. Here is one such praise for the eatery:

A wonderful restaurant in the heart of Russian Brooklyn that I somehow never thought to try. Several people talked it up in the last few years, so on a recent weekend I guided the parents and the gf over for some Uzbek comfort food. Buzzing with families and friends at 2 pm on Sunday, they were still able to get us a table within minutes.

Another Yelper loved that it is “Cheap.” And has a “Great blend of spices in meat.”