1321 1st Ave
New York, NY 10021
Cilantro - Homestead Business Directory

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Southwestern and Mexican menu in restaurant lined with sidewalk seating and large windows; Mexican beer, margaritas, cocktails and more.
Cilantro has been serving the public since September 2001. This location boasts an impressive side walk cafe and window doors, which both wrap around the exterior of the restaurant. Perfect for outdoor eating. Enjoy Monday nights $10 Fajitas, the 160z Margaritas or Sunday Brunch.
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Customer Reviews (11 reviews)


on Citysearch Mar 26, 2009
I lived in NYC 1 year ago, and I had to leave town for 6 months. Im back again, but I really miss the happiness and all the smiles, funny stuff, Cilantro used to have before. The people who USED to work there was the KEY os... (more)

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on Citysearch Oct 30, 2008
I've been to Cilantro a couple times and really love the food. They have great vegetarian options and great margaritas too. The spinach, portobello mushroom, and goat cheese enchiladas with roasted red pepper... (more)


on Citysearch Aug 13, 2008
About a month ago I met friends for dinner at the west side location. They gave us plantains & chips as a munchie and brought our drinks out promptly. I had the special - a salad with spicy shrimp which had 8 good sized... (more)


on Citysearch Jun 16, 2008
The food (I got the chicken taco's) were burnt chicken chunks. I couldnt' finish it and I love any type of mexican. The basket you get prior to the food of plantano's and chips are the best and the salsa is... (more)


on Citysearch Jun 09, 2008
This was by far the most disgusting vile dining experience I have ever had. I ordered a chopped salad for lunch and it arrives with a hair right on top - right on top!! no one even noticed it! I send it back as soon as the... (more)


on Citysearch Jan 10, 2007
I went there for lunch one day and the place seemed to being doing average business. The black bean soup i ordered ($8 dollar soup) came out looking like raw sewage. not very much taste to it and was unappetizing. The... (more)


on Citysearch Oct 25, 2006
In a city where people pay 15 bucks for guacamole, it's hard to find quality food that will not cost half of your daily paycheck. Cilantro is a perfect place to meet up with friends. You'll get quality food (the steak... (more)


on Citysearch Oct 20, 2006
The Upper East Side, as Ive mentioned before, is not my forte. But, every once in a while, one must travel above14th Street. Or, 42nd Street. Or, 59th Street. What we find on the southwest corner of 70th & 1st Avenue is a... (more)


on Citysearch May 05, 2006
A couple friends and I went here to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. There was a wait, and although it's nice to eat outside, we basically had a view of parked cars. The food was average, our waitress was very nice, but the main... (more)


on Citysearch Apr 28, 2005
Southwestern and Mexican menu in restaurant lined with sidewalk seating and large windows; Mexican beer, margaritas, cocktails and more. (more)
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