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Posted by digott on 07/11/2009
We were first customers of the day. Seated near French doors which were opened out to delightful breezes. That day's special sandwich was not ready but all four of us loved the chicken breast salad. Small size was just right. Will definitely return, actually looking forward to having dinner next trip.
Posted by Debra on 03/09/2009
I ordered the grilled shrimp sandwhich which I found inedible. My husband's risotto was better. The music was quite loud and the server indifferent.
Posted by Jeepster on 03/05/2009
I've wanted to go here for awhile but never made it until the other night. What have I been waiting for? The atmosphere is terrific. I saw an actor at one table and a well known director having dinner at another. It really is the Clubhouse of Broadway. My mussels with smoky bacon, cream and peas was all that and more. This is now my go to place in the area. I was with a friend but I would feel welcome dining alone. Loved it.....
Posted by Anonymous on 04/16/2008
We ate here 4/10/08 right before the evening performance of the Phantom of the Opera. For someone going to see the Phamtom, you can't get a better location than this! We actually got a window seat that looked out right to the entranace of the Majestic theater, it was nice! As far as the food goes, we had the pork chop and duck, both of which were good. But we both thought the prok chop was especially good. Pricing was reasonable based on where you were. Pretty good deal to get a meal for $20-30 right on braodway. Overall, it was a pleasant experience right before a great night at the theater. I would definitely recommend this place for the convience, good service, and good food right before seeing the Phantom!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/31/2007
This is a charming restaurant with delicious “pom-tini’s” made with pomegranate juice that were large and very cold. We had no appetizers; for entrees we ordered the free-range chicken, the grilled pork chop, the grilled chicken salad, a breakfast, and one child ordered two complete hamburgers. They came out one at a time and the first one was very overcooked. The waiter took it back immediately with no fuss, and both subsequent burgers were perfect. My husband's meal came with the sweet potato succotash that was divine. My grilled chicken salad was good and had a very, very good house-made balsamic vinaigrette. Our daughter's breakfast came cooked exactly as she'd requested. We had a selection of desserts, the warm banana pecan bread pudding with bourbon crème anglaise being the Top Pick, closely followed by the peanut milk chocolate parfait. (Yes, this dessert surfaced at Tavern on the Green this week, too--- same thing, except that this one has grape jelly, too. It sounds horrible but our college age kids loved it.) We were served in a timely manner and sat down at precisely our reservation time. We had made our reservations by email a week or so beforehand, and confirmed them that day. Although we were clearly---painfully---tourists from the south, we were treated with the utmost courtesy by our waiter and the captain. The prices at this restaurant are good value, and the location for our play at the Mariott Marquis could not be beat. We were very pleased with this restaurant experience and will certain return on our next visit to New York.
Posted by Donna from Florida on 12/06/2007
Visiting NYC from Florida for Thanksgiving week (eventhough we missed our two shows) we were in search of great restaurants with good value (places only locals really know about). We found Angus McIndoe on menupages.com and thought we check it out. We loved it. The decor is simple with white table clothes. The service was great (Waiter Greg on third floor) and the 38 ounce Porterhouse for two with three sides and unlimited wine for $75 (after 8:00 p.m.) was a true bargain for the theater district area. We dined at several other restaurants for lunch and dinner during our visit; however, none compared to Angus McIndoe. Also, we noticed it was a happening spot for locals in their early thirties for drinks and/or dinner.
Posted by The Bethel on 10/17/2007
One needs to be wary about restaurants close to the theatres whether it be on Broadway or The West End, London as their trade tends to be convenience based and not necessarily gastronomically dictated. "We haven't much time before the show so let's get somewhere close" is what determines lots of choices. It has with us over the years and we've had some appalling disasters! However, Angus McIndoe's was not one of those Titanic voyages. We found it to be friendly, fairly comfortable ie. not too cramped for space, a pleasant buzz and not bad food at all. We were able to thoroughly enjoy 'Spamalot' with a feeling of bon vivant.