After a disastrous flood, this large and nicely appointed restaurant is now open again and everything is new and spotless--rare for NYC in anything but a high priced restaurant, which this place is not. Kefi's hospitality certainly spans the distance between a citywide restaurant that trades upon the quality of its food and a neighborhood spot that trades upon its friendliness. Prices were reasonable. Food was very good. Not a landmark, but an excellent place to have dinner. Can accommodate large groups with an enormous upstairs and a very large downstairs room.
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