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Posted by Nicole on 01/25/2008
I actually really liked the food here.... Until I read the health review. go to nyc.gov and see for yourself.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/26/2007
I went to the 187th st location recently and I was shocked. The food is mediocre at best. The meat was poorly seasoned (if at all), the cooking sloppy (burned). The presentation is nice, but that was about it. Either their prices should come down, or the quality of their food needs to go up. I don't mind paying for food, as long as it's good. I think in a more competitive area, this restaurant would fold, but because of the weak competition in the area, this restaurant certainly has a chance to get its act together.
Posted by Uptown Jeffe on 11/23/2007
I've lived in Washington heights for about a year and a half now and haven't found a place as good as 107. I mainly get delivery , it has never take more then 20 minutes. which is amazing in my eyes since I work at a pizzeria in Manhattan and know how long it takes to prepare food and to send it on its way. the food always arrives exactly the way I order it and still very hot.. and almost always taste perfect. On a few occasions the steaks I order came more over cooked then I asked. but still tasted great. The price is a bit much, being a young man its alittle stressful on my wallet but I am always satisfied and finding myself calling back for my next meal. Ive only been in 107 west twice for Sunday brunch. its a very nice clean store with very helpful waiters. TRY THIS MEAL! taco suave meal with the grilled chicken and jalapeño jack cheese quesadilla appetizer and a side of mashed potatoes I find myself ordering that once every week for a nice hearty tex mex lunch.
Posted by Anna on 11/06/2007
Presentation is great but actual quality of food (especially the meat) is subpar. The steak in my burrito was tough and fatty. My sister's shrimp was stringy. If you go, stick to the vegetarian dishes. The place could be great if only they spent money on quality product.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/04/2007
if you live uptown, you know that there are only a small handful of restaurants that you could consider a sit-down and have a nice meal type of place. we've only been here a couple of times because the service is slow (usually only one waiter on at a time, or so it seems) and the food is just ok. it's way too expensive for what it does- or doesn't- offer.
Posted by may on 08/23/2007
So I order from 107 West when I can't get food on my way home or don't feel like cooking, maybe 2-3 times a month. The food is the best out of the 187th Street neighborhood, but that is not saying much. I think a great restaurant with downtown quality and prices will make a huge killing in this neighborhood. I pay around $20-25 for an appetizer/daily special pasta. That's pretty expensive. It's passable food, I love their roasted butternut soup but that's a daily special and comes on their menu maybe once every 2 weeks (when I do order from them). Their pies are also good.
Posted by marcella on 07/15/2007
I used to like this place and often brought out of town guests thinking that the food was reliably good and the portions decent. The food is now just average and not very exciting although the black bean burger is delicious. The biggest problem: the slow, indifferent waitstaff. A recent Sunday afternnoon found us without menus for close to 5 minutes. It was then carelessly shoved at my husband. A request for water was ignored, so we got up and left. Waitress's remark: "Sorry I'm by myself". We haven't been back and won't be. The neighborhood restaurants have a lot to learn.