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(This venue is closed.) My dining brief on this West African takeout shop, a favorite of taxi drivers, appears in the August 4, 2010 edition of The New York Times. For more photos of food that's worth a detour, see my slideshow.
August 03, 2010 in Between Meals, Closed, New York Times reviews, West Harlem | Permalink
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Do you know if this place is halal? I am going to be at Columbia U tomorrow...so would luv to give this place a try. Thanks!
August 04, 2010 at 11:21 PM
Like most West African eateries, Kuti's doesn't serve pork, but I don't recall seeing any sign affirming that they're halal, either. If Kuti's won't do, you could try Salimata, a block east at Frederick Douglas Blvd. The folks outside Masjid Aqsa, two doors away from Salimata, may have other recommendations, too.
Dave Cook |
August 05, 2010 at 12:35 AM
Thanks Dave for this tip. I stopped by on sunday for a delicious fresh cooked shrimp wrap. working my way through your west harlem spots.
Mark Satlof |
March 01, 2011 at 03:18 PM
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