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Food was good as it’s hard to find halal places in NYC. The white sauce is good, no idea what it’s made from. The red sauce is very spicy and you only need a tiny bit. Overall it is something worth trying even if it’s...More
I visited Halal guys having read reviews. My expectations were very high for the food.
I ordered a large combo and a chicken dish .
The combo is a mixture of chicken , spicy lamb and gyro which is doner meat for the uninitiated.
Wife and I went 4 times in the past week. Tried the beef and spicy lamb platters and we were not disaponted, delicious. The beef Gyro was very good but "dificult" to bite into its so large (jejeje) but very good. Loved it. Price good.
Went here because of all the good reviews. Ordered a falafel sandwich for about 10 dollars. Everything was cold and plain tasting. Success must have gotten to them because by the time I finished my food I wished I had have just gone to McDonald's....More
Famous for their street cart on Avenue of The Americas, this brick and mortar restaurant on the Upper West Side is a haven for those who love halal food. I recommend the small chicken, rice and salad platter with white sauce and a VERY small...More
We liked it. Fresh and delicious, simple choices, nothing overcomplicated. Walk in pick platter or burrito and select anything else you see. We didn't expect to ear the whole platter but we both did. Fantastic spot and I liked the employees.
Our first time, but really good. Everyone in the group was surprised but loved it. They have chicken, red rice and salad. Pour with white sauce, and delicious barbecue sauce and it's fantastic! Friendly guys and gals inside. Lots of folks inside enjoying. We ordered...More
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