My wife went there for dinner. They have a great menu, reasonable prices. My wife had beef stroganoff and I had salmon kabob. We also ordered one of the special breads, fantastic. The food was fantastic, huge portions. I ordered french fries with my salmon. The portion was so large that my wife had french fries as well. Great service. Really enjoyed the dining experience, highly recommend.
Walk up two flights of steps in the middle of the diamond district to find this unusual restaurant. Taam Tov specializes in Bucharian food. This means rich pilafs with meat and rice. We started with a platter of salads. They were all good but the carrot salad was outstanding. As Israelis we are accustomed to good salads, but these were really good. The main courses were very large, and we shared a meat pilaf, chicken, stuffed cabbagge, and a fish kebab. We had a nice Israeli wine with our meal, and finished it off with tea and baklava. Then we had a 10 minute walk to the theater.
I was walking in Mid Town, when I saw a person with a sign directing customers to visit Taam Tov. The gentleman even offered to walk me to the restaurant. As I was very hungry I decided to follow the gentleman. As the restaurant was on the third floor of an office building in the Jewelry District I thought to myself, I am going to have a delicious meal. The service was good and I was seated quickly and given a beverage menu. I ordered a large order of well done lamb chops and a bottle of imported juice from Israel. The juice was very good so I ordered another bottle. I could not believe that when the waiter brought my meal, the lamb was not cooked properly so I sent it back and asked if they understood that I want the lamb very well done. The waiter apologized and a few minutes later brought back the plate with almost inedible lamb chops. The shoulder cut lamb chops were of the poorest quality and was very disappointing. I ate the delicious baked potato and quickly left the restaurant in search of another restaurant to have dinner. I would not recommend this restaurant to my worst enemy. This will be the last time I follow the recommendation of a representative of a restaurant steering people to an inconvenient third floor walk up. This is the first restaurant that I have judged as being poor. If it wasn't for the good service, excellent baked potato it would have been judged terrible