I will say this – K’Far Brooklyn is a visually beautiful space for lunch. It’s aesthetically pleasing, if a little lacking in certain aspects.
I was thankfully able to be squeezed in for lunch, in a 45 mins time slot, as there was a large party that took up the majority of restaurant space. I was gratefully appreciative of the host to make it happen (as a dining party after me was turned away) as I was starving. She gave me great recommendations on what to focus on the weekend menu, which I dutifully followed: The ALMOND & CHALLAH DANISH and the PATTY MELT on yemenite toast with French fries. For an accompaning beverage, I order the PINK-ISH LEMONADE.
The patty melt arrived with a swiftness that I did not expect. I was halfway done with the meal when I waved down the waiter and asked him to remove the danish from my order, as it never arrived. The lemonade was – lemonade. Was it worth $12 for a boozeless refreshment? I found it underwhelming but maybe I was too hungry to appreciate its delicacies. The patty melt was – something to eat and satisfy hunger. I needed to add salt to really bring out the flavor.
Later, before heading out to the Brooklyn Museum, I stopped by the K’Far cafe for a much needed pick me up. There, I ordered the YEMENITE LATTE and the ALMOND & CHALLAH DANISH.
K’Far Brooklyn at The Hoxton Williamsburg
97 Wythe Ave
Brooklyn, New York 11249