New York Restaurants: One Entebbe Roll, Please

Inwood, Manhattan, New York - Sushi Falafel Kosher Restaurant

West 181st St. in Manhattan, New York is home to a large Dominican population.  Can’t you just tell by the sign?

To be even more accurate, this part of town is also near a significant Jewish community.  That likely explains why this is a kosher restaurant (hence, the grand announcement of MEAT being added to the menu).  However, what could “more stuff” mean?  They’ve already got sushi and falafel, so how about a deferring slightly to the local demographics and offering mango mangú maki (巻き= roll)?  That is unless patrons already have a favorite sushi place.

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