Nargis Cafe6 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 2818 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11235, USA, New York City, United States
- Timings: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-7188727888
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant
Nargis Cafe is a lovely Uzbek Restaurant located in the heart of Brooklyn, New York. Opened in 2002, this has become a popular place to try authentic Uzbek cuisine amongst locals and tourists alike. The interiors are decorated with the influence of Asian culture. The dishes are made with utmost care and highest quality meat and spices are used. You must try their Bojon salad served with eggplant puree and fresh garlic or traditional dishes like plov, samsa, shurpa, and lagman. The staff is friendly and will help you choose the right dish to pamper your taste buds. Consider coming here to spend some quality time with your loved ones.
How to Reach Nargis Cafe
- Bus B68 to Coney Island Av/Av Z bus stop
- Subway to Sheepshead Bay station
Nargis Cafe Reviews & Ratings
Very friendly and efficient staff. The food and the ambience are worth the trek for the location. You definitely want to ask your wait staff to stagger your meals, otherwise your starters and entrees will come back to back. Efficiency!!! I had the Lamb Shank and it was tender and delicious. You'll definitely leave satisfied. Strongly recommend!
Had the lamb kebab which was cooked perfectly. The roasted vegetables are like candy. We had the pecan dessert which was absolutely amazing and looks just like the picture. I loved the music videos playing in the background, from another country. The music was awesome. Really great ambience. They also have grapefruit beer on draft which was fantastic. Will come back again
Love this place. Food delicious, happy hour 11:00 to 5:00pm, beautiful environment and right prices. I'll definitely come back!
Perfect cuisine. If you’re planning to celebrate any kind of Event, it’s definitely gonna work out. Not Very expensive, familiar food for Immigrants of this area.
Overall it was a good restaurant with tasty food and fast and professional service. Salmon kebab, kompot and grilled vegetables were amazing. Honim ( steamed rolls ) were tasty but surprisingly came with no meat which is not usual for Central Asian cuisine ( very personal opinion ). Uzbek Pilaf was not freshly cooked ( not from the same day ) and was reheated. But I have to accept that it was still delicious. Overall great restaurant to visit. Thanks