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Posted by Anonymous on 03/04/2015
Fried calamari the texture of rubber that occurs with overcooking but it also had an undercooked soggy crust. Eggplant appetizer acceptable but not exceptional. Profiterole pastry soggy with a pudding like chocolate sauce rather than a traditional rich chocolate ganache. A local merchant had recommended Antique Garage, warning cost was a bit high but atmosphere nice. When I returned to that merchant I confirmed they were right about atmosphere and let them know the food was very disappointing.
Posted by Claude on 03/16/2012
Waiter had a poor attitude he got upset when we decided to just have appetizers and drinks. He then pretended to not know we wanted the appetizer and we sat there 45 minutes until the band member said to us you haven't gotten your food yet? I wouldn't recommend this place to my worst enemy.
Posted by UES resident on 04/27/2009
Very nice atmosphere and staff, but the food was incredibly overpriced and disappointing. I ordered the shrimp casserole ($24) which ended up being 6 shrimp on top of diced tomatoes, green pepper and feta. That's it. I left hungry and wishing I had picked a different restaurant.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/31/2008
The atmosphere of this place was really nice, but the food was sub-par. The only vegetarian option (besides a boring salad), they didn't have today. Shepherd salad-very boring, and very small. My $14 mojito wasn't great either. There was supposed to be live music but there wasn't. But the hummus was good. So it wasn't a total loss. The aesthetics of this place are very nice. Don't go here if you are hungry though, the entree's are as big as an appetizer!
Posted by a customer on 04/25/2008
The food was delicious but pricy, the atmosphere was cold & tense not what you would expect from a beautiful place with great Jazz....Sad...
Posted by Mike on 03/17/2008
Unfortunately the owner wanted to change it into an upscale restaurant and has added a maitre ‘d to the once favorable staff which today not only seemed annoyed of the change but the change has severely affected the vibe the place once had from a warm home-vibe environment it has changed to a posh style restaurant which has lost all authenticity as well as the warmth the place once obtained. As for the food well there are a lot of good Turkish-Mediterranean restaurants around Soho which are NOT as expensive and have a wider variety of foods and a much nicer atmosphere. So why go to Antique Garage? There is no need to anymore since the personality and atmosphere have changed so drastically that eating elsewhere is recommended.
Posted by Lindadawn on 12/03/2007
Looked interesting from the street and we gambled since we were short on time. The service was very slow even when I told them we had to make a show. Food was decent and our portions were adequate. Our wine seemed to be overpriced for the quality .