Taam Tov

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Ta'am Tov

Midtown West
Located on the second floor in a Diamond District building, Taam Tov (Hebrew for “good taste”) may not be the easiest place to find, but the bustling, absurdly inexpensive, Uzbek, glatt-kosher spot is well worth the search. Soups are nearly meals unto themselves: cilantro-spiked beef borscht, noodle-rich lagman (a beef broth with pasta and vegetables) and piquant, thick kharcho (beef stew). Plates of kebabs with heaps of french fries show up on nearly every table, but there are plenty of lesser-known regional specialties too, including manti (large meat dumplings) and rice-based dishes like plov.
Venue name: Taam Tov
Contact:
Address: 41 W 47th St
second floor
New York
10036-86
Cross street: between Fifth and Sixth Aves
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 10am–5pm; Fri 10am–2 hours before shabbos
Transport: Subway: B, D, F to 47–50th Sts–Rockefeller Ctr
Price: Average main course: $10. Cash only
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