Those who regularly dine at Fat Pasha have long known what a treasure it is for its fantastic Jewish cuisine. Dinner is available seven days a week, while brunch is served Wednesday through Sunday. Fat Pasha is well-equipped to handle special occasions, such as birthdays, corporate events and bat mitzvahs. But even if you just want to pop in for meal for the first time simply because you’ve never been, you’ll quickly see why so many people love it.
The menu at Fat Pasha is specially crafted and all the entrees are prepared using the freshest ingredients. You can start off with delicious pickles and hot olives and then move on to things, such as smoked salmon or roasted chicken. Be sure to save room for one of the excellent desserts. Takeout is always available if you want to bring something home or back to the office.
Food and service were amazing and it was my first time on the patio which was gorgeous. The only thing I found a bit off was the following: we were a party of 4 sitting at an oversized picnic table. Halfway through our apps, the hostess seated 2 more people at our table. They looked uncomfortable (they actually looked like they might be on a date!) and after sitting for a couple minutes, they asked to move. About halfway through our dinner, 2 more people were seated, this time 2 women who also made sheepish faces but remained. I don’t mind mixed or bench seating if I know in advance. I think they should tell you when you book and give you the option of choosing something else.
Great experience there getting a variety of middle eastern flavored foods. Portions were generous and waitstaff very helpful and attentive. Liver and onions, beef tartar, duck confit hummus were delicious. Roasted cauliflower did not disappoint. Overall great dine.
The food at Fat Pasha’s was generous in size and even more generous in flavor. Every dish was a complex delight, served warmly and quickly. For an outstanding casual meal, you can’t do much better than Fat Pasha.
Most of the dishes were a bit one dimensional, while one dish was just bad (brocoli tasted like is was burned and douced with bbq sauce.) The restaurant only caters to groups as you don’t get to taste a variety of food types with small numbers (this is because the price/size of the dishes). Service was good but didnt make up for the food.