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Hours

Regular Hours

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Phone: (212) 381-9314

Primary Phone: (212) 381-9314

Price Range
$
Neighborhoods
SoHo, Downtown Manhattan
Categories
Delicatessens, Restaurants
Other Information

Cuisines: Deli

Price Range : Below Average

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heisk

06/04/2009

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
LOVE lovE LOVE

I want to tell you how terrible Lahore is so that I can keep this gem to the cabbies and myself, but I just cant do it to a place I hold so dear.

Hole in the wall.. yes
Cheap Food... extremely
DElicious Level.. Extremely
24 hours.. HELLS YEAH!!

plus the staff is unbelievably helpful and informative. Ask questions, theyll even let ya taste stuff! After a few visits they'll now your order and your name!!

LOVE LOVE LOVE LAHORE

djablons

05/16/2005

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
A great hidden spot!

Lahore is a great place to duck into late-night when you need some really tasty food on the cheap -- you'll likely have trouble finishing the amount of food you get for FOUR DOLLARS. It's constantly open, catering to the Pakistani cabbies lined up on Crosby St., so there's more turnover with the food than you'd expect (i.e., surprisingly fresh). Since it literally is a complete hole in the wall, it's a bit intimidating at first, but you get over that very quickly as soon as the friendly staff welcomes you - don't hesitate to ask for help with what to get. I'd definitely recommend this little place.

ameena

08/01/2003

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Soho's Best Kept Secret

Looking from the outside in, one would hesitate to enter this hole in the wall (really, that's what it is). A narrow corridor leads to a tiny space where there are three tiny white tiled counters, a great deal of mess (stacks of bottles, cans) and a small counter holding 12-14 entrees. Behind this counter, two men are squeezed in. The one up front will smile and say ""What can I get for you, brother?"" (or sister, in my case!). While this can hardly be called a restaurant, it is possibly the best deal in Manhatten: $4 for a plate heaped with rice and 2-3 entrees. Food doesn't appear to be cooked on premisis but there's a high turnover so its pretty fresh. And its absolutely DELICIOUS. Ask any Pakistani/Indian taxi driver to vouch for it as they're the main clientele - and that's how you know you've struck gold.

nesta32

03/27/2003

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Cheap and good

This place is a great bargain. Authentic Pakistani food. People are always friendly. Don't waste money on decor. Just straight up cheap, good food.

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