What is it with dairy restaurants being unable to deliver what they list on the menu? If half the ingredients are missing, don't serve it.
On the way back from Japan Day and Japan Block Fair, went to Tiberias, a kosher, dairy restaurant in Manhattan, located on 34th, between Park and Madison. Ordered Latte, two French Onion Soups and Fettuccini Alfredo. Latte had a cute drawing of a cup of coffee in the foam and the soup was descent.
The menu lists Fettucini [sic] Alfredo as Flat long pasta cooked in cream sauce, mozzarella, portabello and champigon [sic] mushrooms. There may have been mozzarella in there. There was definitely no portabello and while there was half of a fresh champignon, the rest were of the canned variety. We were charged $15.95 for this failed attempt at Fettuccine Alfredo.
Half an hour after eating, wife and I both had indigestion.
The menu is small, the prices are high and ingredients are missing.
Interestingly, their website is a joke and uses free hosting, same as the other restaurants where we had a bad experience. Lesson of the day, if the management can't be bothered to put up a good, functional website, avoid.