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Talia's Steakhouse 668 Amsterdam Ave. (Bet. W. 92nd & 93rd St.) New York, NY 10025


668 Amsterdam Ave.
(Bet. W. 92nd & 93rd St.)
New York, NY 10025

(212) 580-3770

Served with Tahini and Hot Pita
Moroccan Cigars
- Phyllo Dough Wrapped Prime Beef Rolls
Chicken Wings- Crispy Chicken Wings Served with Your Choice of Homemade BBQ or Buffalo Sauce
Crispy Cauliflower Panko
-Crusted Cauliflower Served with Sweet Chili Sauce
Tuna Tartare
- with Black & White Sesame Seeds, Sesame Oil, Thinly Sliced Limes and Mango

Middle Eastern Salad Platter
- Homemade Hummus, Tahini, Babaganoush, Eggplant Salad, Red Cabbage Slaw and Beets
Roasted Beet Salad
- Baby Arugula, Beets, Pickled Red Onions, Roasted Walnuts, Non-Dairy Cream Cheese, Sliced Green Apples, with Homemade Citrus Dressing
Talia's Salad
- Fresh Seasonal Mixed Greens, Green Apple, Dried Cranberries, Avocado with Pineapple Vinaigrette.

Grilled Ribeye (10 Oz)

Grilled Prime Rib for One or Two (16 / 30 Oz)

Grilled Butcher's Cut (10 Oz)

Grilled Filet Mignon (10 Oz)

Grilled Veal Chop (12 Oz)

Grilled Lamb Chops (Half Rack)

Prime Beef Burger
- with Romaine Lettuce, Tomato, Red Onion and a Pickle. Served with French Fries
BBQ Spare Ribs-
Prime Beef Spare Ribs Smothered in Our Homemade BBQ Sauce. Served with French Fries.
Prime Beef Brisket
- Slow-Cooked Brisket Topped with Gravy, Served with Mashed Potatoes and Grilled Asparagus.
Chicken Marsala
- Tender Chicken Cutlet with a Mushroom and Marsala Wine Sauce. Served With Mashed Potatoes and Roasted Broccoli
Braised Lamb Shank-
Slow-Cooked in Herbs and Natural Juices, served with Mashed Potatoes and Roasted Tomatoes.

information about Talia's Steakhouse
Rabbi Marmorstein / Glatt Kosher

Sunday 11:00- 12:00 AM
Monday - Thursday, 4:30PM - 12AM
Friday - Closed (May be opened only for special event)
Saturday 9:45 PM - 4:00 AM

Cuisine: Traditional American
Avg. Check: $25- $40
Attire: Dress to Impress

Succah On Succot: Yes
Nine Days Menu: Yes
Open for Pesach: Yes



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ABOUT Talia's Steakhouse
Talia’s Steakhouse is always on the cutting edge of restaurant service, offering perks that keep customers coming back for more. With a kosher “cheese” burger that attracts much media attention, owner Ephraim Nagar knows how to give you a good time.

Mr. Nagar opened the restaurant in 2002 in memory of his daughter Talia, designating it as a center for constructive gatherings, quality kosher food and happy memories. As you enter, you are greeted by the strains of mellow music, often live, that instantly transforms your mood. Dark woods are accented beautifully with red banquettes and illuminated exposed brick. Combine that with dim lighting and flickering candles and you have the perfect setting for a romantic dinner or a business meeting gone right. In addition, paintings with Kabbalistic-looking, whimsical letters that spell out the word Talia in Hebrew add the perfect touch.

The restaurant is usually bustling with dates and a hip, trendy crowd. It has an open bar where you are able to eat, drink and watch a sports game on their 42” Sony Plasma HDTV. The bar is a great place to meet, mix and mingle with other singles and friends. It is a small, intimate space that encourages new conversations or brings existing ones to the next level. 

They have live music on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights, with no cover charge. Along with a welcoming environment, they serve special premium cuts of steaks such as bone-in prime rib for one or for two, filet mignon, and butcher's cut. Moreover, Talia's serves duck, whole fish, and vegetarian dishes.

Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group: 

Review 10/7/20 (Anna Boltyanskiy)

Review 8/24/20 (Chana Chava Mizrahi)

7/1/20 (Levana Kirschenbaum)

Review 9/27/17 (Handoneh Bizamat)

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Review 6/12/17 (Shiffy Neustein)

5/21/17 (Taylor Beth) 

Review 4/12/17 (Effie Nagar)

9/25/16 (Jeremy Asher G)

Review1/13/16 (Jeremy Asher G)

Review12/20/15 (Melissa Hubsher) 

Review11/29/15 (Elie Halabieh) 


Recession proof menu
Talia's Steakhouse- 03/18/09
In these tough financial times, everyone needs to be more prudent with their spending. With that in mind, Talia’s has created 4 great new, affordable, combo options that fit perfectly into almost anyone's budget!

Most of the items below may be served on a daily basis in addition to our regular menu.

$12 Talia’s Value - main, 1 side, 1 soda
$18 Talia’s Special - main, 1 side, 1 soda
$25 Talia’s Signature – 1 starter, 1 main, 2 sides, 1 drink
$36 Talia’s Supreme – 1 starter, 1 main, 2 sides, 1 drink
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Talia's Steakhouse
Jessica- 04/30/08
My family and I went to Talia’s for Passover. As soon as we saw how packed the place was we thought we would have to wait quite a bit to put our orders in and then to get the food. But I have to say that the staff handled all the tension quite professionally. We actually didn’t have to wait much and despite the fact that the waiters were really busy we still got the personal attention we needed to make it a very pleasant meal. And the food was really amazing – great steak! The dessert we got – chocolate soufflé – delicious! And all of this at a great price.
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Updated list of Kosher for Passover Restaurants
Elan Kornblum, Publisher- 04/18/08
NYC- Abigael’s, Levana, Mendy’s (34th & 57th), Prime Grill, Talia's Steakhouse (Seders & Chol Hamoed)
Clubhouse Cafe, Colbeh, Dougie's Express, La Carne, Le Marais, My Most Favorite Food, Solo (Chol Hamoed)

Brooklyn- T Fusion Steakhouse (Chol Hamoed- open for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)

Queens- Cho-Sen Garden, Colbeh (Chol Hamoed)

5 Towns- Cho-Sen Island (Chol Hamoed)

Great Neck- Cho-Sen Village, Colbeh (Chol Hamoed)

South Florida- China Kikar Tel Aviv (Seders & Chol Hamoed)
China Bistro, Grill Time North Miami, Grill Time Boca, Joel's Steakhouse, Shalom Haifa (Chol Hamoed)

New Orleans, LA - Kosher Cajun Deli & Grocery

Montreal, QC- Ernie & Ellie (Chol Hamoed)
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Reply #1 submitted by: Joey Lifschitz on 04/28/08

I am not sure of the hours but Prime Grill is open during chold hamoed as well. You may want to add that to your database.

Yasher koach on this amazing job!

Joey Lifschitz

Reply #2 submitted by: Elan Kornblum, Publisher on 04/28/08
If you see below, I have Prime Grill listed as open. They just never send me their hours.

Reply #3 submitted by: Ariella on 04/28/08
I was at Tea Fusion the food is to die for, i had to wait a bit because they were busy the food was delish"""" live jazz music thats class
I will most deffinatly go back when i visit my clients in new york.

Reply #4 submitted by: Josh Berkowits on 04/28/08
I was at T Fusion during Chol Hamoed with my family and i never enjoyed a meal this much on pesach. The cost was nice not to high and very well worth it.
Talia's Steahouse's Kosher Cheeseburger causing quite a stir
Elan Kornblum, Publisher- 03/07/08
After Sunday's New York Post reported about the kosher cheeseburger served at Talia's Steakhouse, Fox 5 News, Channel 9, 1010 WINS and 880 Radio all picked up the story. The burger served with parve cheese has generated a huge dicussion on the internet's message on whether having a kosher cheeseburger is morally correct.

To see the New York Post story, copy and paste this site into your browser:


For the 880AM radio interview with Talia's owner Ephraim Nagar, copy and paste this website:


What do you think?
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Reply #1 submitted by: Tzika on 03/16/08
No big deal I have eaten cheeseburgers in my other life. Now because of tri-glicrides I have eliminated cheese and beef.
Super Bowl at Talia's Steakhouse
Talia's Steakhouse- 01/29/08
On February 3, 2008, you can watch the biggest event in professional football Superbowl XLII on our 42" flat screen TV in our cozy and enticing bar or in the main dining area of Talia's Steakhouse. Whether you join a bunch of friends or family members, you can support your team while biting into a nice, juicy, hot-off-the-grill steak or delicious finger food.

If you prefer to enjoy the Super Bowl game at your private home, we will cater for you. Check back soon for our catering menu offerings, but be sure that we will provide you with all the classics: Heros, wings, chips, salsa, over 10 types of delicious, jucy burgers and wraps, sushi, party platters, cold cut platters, chicken fingers and all types of veggie platters hot and cold. if you would like something that you do not see in the menu, then please let us know and we will do the best to accomodate you. We also have many party packages that you can choose from that will keep your guests happy and full. Enjoy the game and please place your orders as soon as poosible.

We are a glatt kosher (under OU supervision) restaurant that provides catering services in New York. We can be reached at 212-580-3770 or, by email, info@taliassteakhouse.com
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Valentine's Day at Kosher Restaurants?
Elan Kornblum, Publisher- 01/16/08
If anyone is curious to read a debate whether kosher restaurants should have a special on Valentine's Day, go to the original thread at EndTheMadness.Org.

FYI: Talia's Steakhouse is taking reservations for dinner for you and your spouse for February 14th, 2008. $65 per person for the 5:00 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. seating. $75 per person for the 9:15 p.m. (and thereafter) seating - includes champagne toast.

10:00pm to 1:00am A Glatt Kosher Jewish Singles celebration of love and romance at Talia's LoungeHouse - Club 613. - $36 per person
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Talia's Steakhouse & Bar: perfect
Sharon- 04/26/07
I had the best night at Talia’s steakhouse. The candle lighting, the quiet music, among with the amazing food, was the perfect first date. No doubt that the guy had something to do with it...
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Reply #1 submitted by: Nurit on 05/13/07
Where is this restaurant?

Reply #2 submitted by: Elan Kornblum, Publisher on 05/18/07
Upper West Side. Amsterdam and 92nd
Talia's Steakhouse is under OU Supervision
Elan Kornblum, Publisher- 01/24/07
Talia's Steakhouse & Bar, located at 668 Amsterdam Avenue in New York City has upgraded their Rabbinical Supervision and is now under the OU Supervision.
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Chat Room Question: Should kosher restaurants have Valentine's Day specials?
Elan Kornblum, Publisher- 02/07/06
If anyone is curious to see a debate on whether kosher restaurants should have specials on Valentine's Day, check out last year's Talia's Steakhouse/ Frumster Valentine's Day Special and the debate that followed. Copy and paste the link below:

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Talia's Steakhouse
Foodie- 06/19/05
This was an awful experience, and repeated attempts to contact the restaurant, which heralds its wish for "feedback," availed nothing. Clearly no one cares. The service was abysmal, the salmon appetizer not prepared or presented as described, the fish entree pallid and tasteless, the fries quickly cold, and the martini, at a whopping $15, the most expensive of any comparable kosher restaurant. The steaks were fine, but little consolation. Take a pass on this place and go to Le Marais.
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Reply #1 submitted by: Mordy on 08/02/05
I used to be a big fan of Talia's until the last time I went and had a very bad experience. I haven't stepped in there since.

Reply #2 submitted by: Galitte on 08/09/05
We had a reservation and were kept waiting for 30 minutes. They handed us a basket of bread when we went to wash, and we waited quite some time for a glass of water. I won`t be going there even if you paid me to.
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