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An "exotic escape from la vie ordinaire", this Murray Hill "sure thing" purveys "toothsome" French-Moroccan vittles in a setting akin to an "Algerian bistro in Marseilles"; it may be "cramped" and "noisy", but "pleasant" service and "value" pricing help to distract.
Barbes is located in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan and serves European, French, Mediterranean, African, and Moroccan cuisine. Barbes accepts advance reservations, serves alcohol, and can accommodate large groups. Barbes offers delivery and offers takeout.Click to see map »
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