SHOO SHOO / by Cinthia Contreras

“A contemporary take on Mediterranean cuisine, with an emphasis on Israeli staples”

FISH MADEMOISELLE

FISH MADEMOISELLE

I have to admit that I was pleasantly surprised when I arrived to Shoo Shoo! the name is similar to the sound we make when we refer to the sound of a carbon train so I didn’t think the place was going to be so cute and cozy. The tables outside are arranged in a french style, the menu is ethnic, the salads fulfilling, service is great and the frikkeh very tasty. They also have crafty cocktails and wines, I tried the Kobayashi which is blended scotch, hibiscus cordial, lemon, ginger beer, I know it sounds super sweet but it isn’t and it’s very well balanced, kudos to the bartender.

KALE SALAD

KALE SALAD

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Channeling the energy of Tel Aviv's bohemian cafe culture through a New York lens, the restaurant was designed to foster the simple, timeless act of bringing people together around a common table.

Focusing on grass-fed organic proteins, whole grains, and seasonal vegetables, Shoo Shoo Nolita serves brunch and dinner menus of shareable plates that encourage people to taste and enjoy many dishes throughout a meal, creating a communal table and a symphony of flavors every time you walk through the door.