Snapshot: The Cecil (Harlem)

The Cecil is a hidden gem in Harlem, serving authentic and delicious Afro / Asian / American influenced dishes. Brunch and/or Dinner @ The Cecil is anything but boring and during brunch, there is even live music. The menu changes often, but currently The Cecil is offering intriguing items such Oxtail Dumplings and Suya Short Ribs. One glance at the menu and you will find there is something for every adventurous taste bud.  Seriously, the food is AMAZING, bursting with delicious African flavors.  Therefore, if you haven’t had the opportunity to bless your tongue with some delicious food from The Cecil, I recommend you give them a try ASAP.

Check out some pictures from my meals @ The Cecil below:

Mac & Cheese @ The Cecil (Harlem)

Mac & Cheese Casserole 

Country Breakfast @ The Cecil (Harlem)

Country Breakfast 

Brisket and Eggs @ The Cecil (Harlem)

Brisket & Eggs

West African Suya @ The Cecil (Harlem)

West African Suya

@ The Cecil (Harlem)

Feijoada (black beans, Oxtail, Lamb Sausage)

@ The Cecil (Harlem)

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

The Cecil (Harlem)

Where: 210 West 118th Street
at St. Nicholas Avenue
New York, NY 10026

Cuisine: African, American, Asian Fusion

The Cost: Average $40 per person for dinner

The Crowd: young professionals, trendy, locals

Brunch: 11:30 am-3:30 pm on weekends

The Cecil

Ash Renee

Ash Renee, is an NYC Real Estate/Business Lawyer, Consultant, and Blogger. A New York transplant for the last 10 years, Ash loves exploring the NYC restaurants, fashion, and the black professional social scene. Ash was born and raised in Chicago.

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