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Where to find galaktoboureko in Manhattan?

hamstrman Apr 27, 2008 05:14 PM

So I have been able to find a couple of places in Brooklyn that serve this wonderful Greek dessert, but I am wondering if any place in Manhattan sells it.

Someone mentioned to me that Poseidon Bakery in Hell's Kitchen sells it. How is it and does anyone know of any other places in Manhattan where I could find it?

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    Lucia Apr 27, 2008 05:24 PM

    I haven't had it at Poseidon, but I am a fan of Poseidon's other Greek pastries.

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    1. re: Lucia
      steeltowngrl Apr 27, 2008 05:32 PM

      They have something similiar, but this pastry is like an individual piece of galaktoboureko wrapped in phyllo.

      The Greek Kitchen sometimes has it on their menu.

    2. biondanonima Apr 27, 2008 07:38 PM

      Astoria is probably your best bet - many of the greek bakeries and restaurants out there have it.

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      1. re: biondanonima
        hamstrman Apr 28, 2008 03:35 PM

        Not on the Manhattan board, it's not.

        1. re: hamstrman
          brooklynbrownie Apr 28, 2008 03:46 PM

          I had some fairly good galaktoboureko at Kellari's Parea a few weeks back

          Parea Bistro
          36 East 20th Street, New York, NY 10003

          1. re: brooklynbrownie
            nbermas Apr 28, 2008 04:03 PM

            What is this dessert?

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              hamstrman Apr 28, 2008 04:06 PM


              1. re: hamstrman
                nbermas Apr 28, 2008 05:02 PM

                that sounds great! thanks

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        RGR Apr 28, 2008 07:50 PM

        At Ethos, the Greek taverna-style restaurant, on 3rd Av., b/t 33rd & 34th Sts., we've been served it for dessert on the house.


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          hamstrman May 2, 2008 05:17 PM

          To add to my own question, where in Manhattan can I get şöbiyet? I found out tonight that what I thought was galaktoboureko was actually şöbiyet. Are they the same recipe, but from different cultures? Turkish vs. Greek?

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          1. re: hamstrman
            Miss Needle May 2, 2008 05:23 PM

            Not sure if they have them, but I think Kalustayans would be a good place to start.

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