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Rustic Table is the latest addition to the expanding Hell's Kitchen community. Amongst a sea of commercial properties and hotels, Rustic Table provides a warm homely oasis for residents and visitors to the neighborhood. Of the many reasons to be attracted to this intimate cafe, guests will be most inspired by the fresh food (made on-site daily) and the family-style atmosphere. The place features a communal rustic table accommodating about 14 people, made of re purposed wood dating back to the late 19th century. Rustic Table is the second dining establishment from the creators of the 'B Cup Cafe', located on the Lower East Side. "We wanted to create a space different from other shops. Most places…
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Very small and cosy. Friendly attentive and knowledgeable staff. Chose the zataar scone with scrambled egg and the roasted cauliflower and sweet potato sandwich with salad that came with the most scrumptious dip. We ordered a side of the shredded chicken. Everything that everyone else...had looked amazing too!More
The staff are absolutely professional but most importantly the staff made us feel welcomed at the Rustic Table. The coffee is just perfect at this place. Just a few blocks from the broadway the location is perfect and as for the food, don't get me...started, we ate there 3 mornings straight. Avocado toasts, potato and cauliflower mesh are just delicious. Loved it :)More
This small, simply designed restaurant offers a short but sophisticated menu and creative dishes. A Casablanca salad, ($18) had arugula with a sweet and savory salad dressing, impeccably fresh greens, finely sliced fennel and jalapeno peppers; altogether a memorable taste cornucopia. The “Hummus like in...Jaffa” at $16 was pricey but delicious. A Main course entrée, Sinya Mix, based on a ragu of beef and lamb, with a unique taste including feta cheese and tomatoes at $19. Happy hour is 5 to 7 PM: two dollars off wines. From Bethlehem on the West Bank they offer a Monterey winery Cremisan red blend, hearty and distinctive at $14. A Syrah from Shomron, Israel was smooth and pleasant, at $19. A Malavi dessert featured custard with pistachios and rosewater. Based on TA high ratings, we made this choice before we left from Denver. Note: we arrived without a reservation, no wait at their 5 pm opening time. Likely crowds during peak dinner-times make reservations a vital step.More
This place is tiny . We were 4 asked for a table told us it was 25 min wait. 30 min later after seeing people pass in front of us we were offered to sit at the bar. Which we did. There is an app...make reservations on the app and u will be queued. The whole party must be there or they won t seat you
Coffee was great food was goodMore
Waited for 25 minutes as single person. 2 singles and 2 groups seated even they showed up after me. They may have good foods but does not have coordination. There are dozens of restaurants around, knows that people shouldn't be waited at the door, also...has delicious menu. Why should I go to rustic table to be frustrated by uninterested crew (interested only when you finish your meal to give check).