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Posted by Upper East Side customer on 09/28/2005
We called in for delivery. Pasta arrived overcooked and like paste: it was stuck--fused!--together (as if it had never been stirred once put into the pot to boil). The "grilled" chicken on the pasta was actually greasy, fried pieces as dry as leather. Reeking of garlic, though we asked for no garlic. Garnished with artificial parmesan cheese, or at least what looked and tasted like a plastic byproduct. Rolls were like doorstops. Salad was wet romaine lettuce.
Posted by john on 02/14/2005
The food is upscale diner and the service is fine but the prices are overpriced. Sandwiches for 15 dollars? If you add onion rings, it brings you to 20 dollars for a sandwich. Adding soda, tip and tax leaves you at 25 dollars or more. I know it's the upper east side but for 25 dollars I want more than diner food.
Posted by Lynn on 12/11/2004
Three guys restaurant never dissapoints me. I have been a customer for over five years. Sure the service might not be that terrific, but the food is great for a quick bite and a lunch to fill you up. The salads are huge and amazing - I recommend the corfu salad, which my family has been ordering for years. If you want simple food made to order without sacrificing taste, 3 Guys is the place to go.
Posted by lea on 11/13/2004
I've gone here 3 times, and each time I think its going to be a really great brunch experience. I've never had to wait long to be seated, but once in the booth, service was inexplicablely bad. They never refilled my coffee, they didn't serve all of my party at once, and didn't bring an extra order of homefries we ordered. Food is normal diner food, burgers are big, and atmosphere is more mellow than other brunch places.