Tutt Cafe Reviews

"I love their PITZAS! I am a big fan of thin crusted pizzas, but the idea of a pizza made with pita crust is quite unusual in comparison and well worth a trek over Brooklyn Bridge for a taste test.

These pitzas are 10 inches in diameter & come in 6 or 7 different varieties. The cheese can be mild, but the amount of toppings they offer is plentiful. I usually get mine with mushrooms, artichoke, garlic, & parsley..." -yelp.com

"Truly "neighborhood cafe" in atmosphere, on a quiet street and with friendly service. The portions are generous and the prices are unbeatable. I love mediterranean/middle eastern food, and each dish I've had here compares favorably or just flat-out flummoxes those from other restaurants around the city. The menu is fairly small, but is representative of the essential dishes and flavors of the region, each with something a little unusual or special (a good example is the baklava..." -city search.com

"The food here is delicious and reasonably priced. Its very nice eating outside and the general atmosphere is relaxed albeit a little boring. Try the humus and babaganuj - they're amazing...." -allmenus.com

"Hidden away in a lovely tree lined street of Brooklyn Heights, it is one of the few places worth trying in the area. The food is prepared by dedicated staff in their open view kitchen area. Great value for money but the decor could do with an upgrade to match its high quality food! You should bring your own drink if you are not the type who can't have your food without wine." -menupages.com

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