Nouri Cafe Finishes Transition from Nouri Family Restaurant in Paterson

Nouri Cafe, built from the foundation of Nouri Family Restaurant, has completed their renovation and rebranding in Paterson. Still owned by the Noury family, this includes changes to both the indoor and outdoors of the space.

The Noury’s bring their 40+ years experience in the Arabic Food/Grocery business operating Nouri Brothers Supermarket.  Of course there is a new menu (View Menu), featuring cuisine that is Mediterranean — but more specifically Armenian/Syrian/Lebanese fusion — though they want there food to taste like it does overseas, using the same spices that bring back memories from when they grew up.

The menu is centered around their brick oven specialties like Aleppian Lahmajun (meat pie with parsley, peppers, and tomatoes), Zaatar (pie topped with thyme, sumac, sesame seeds, and olive oil), and Akawi Cheese Pie along with grilled meat dishes from lamb chops to mixed grills plus salads like Taboulle and Eech (Armenain Bulghur salad).


Sunday Brunch and Ramadan Iftar are planned, as well as new foods — they expect to update the menu every 6-8 months. The space currently seats 30, though they expect to expand by the end of summer with an additional 60 seats.

Nouri Cafe
1003 Main Street
Paterson, NJ

[photo source: Nouri Cafe]


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