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Posted by Foodie on 07/26/2009
This is a great restaurant for fish but don't go for Brunch. Bad choices and bad food. You know, there's nothing as good as a newly fried potato and that's what they have..nothing like a newly fried potato. For a side dish on an omelet plate they put what tastes like week old refried potatoes. My egg white omelet was too much white and too little filling. My friend's crab meat omelet was heavy, heavy. I will never go there again for Brunch and advise you to do the same.
Posted by anonymous on 07/15/2009
Great time sitting outside on a late afternoon. All of the appetizers and sushi were amazing. Highly reccommend the Shrimp & Lobster Spring Roll, Sushi Taco Trio , and Maryland Crab & Crunchy Calamari Roll. Good Values on wne also. The restuarant was empty becuase of the time, but we received great service.
Posted by dm on 04/25/2009
First off, the place is packed and the waiters do not know how to handle crowds. We were seated as they were changing the table and still setting up. Also for every course, they couldn't get the orders straight and my guest and I had to keep switching plates. Not a big deal, but for the price you pay here, service should be flawless. For appetizer, I had the swordfish sushi roll and split pea soup. Both were excellent. For an entree, I had salmon with a mushroom sauce over risotto. The salmon was fresh and cooked correctly, but the sauce on it was lousy. It tasted like they drowned the fish in italian salad dressing. For dessert I had the ice cream/sorbet sampler which was also subpar. The dark chocolate ice cream was bitter, the strawberry was sour, and the coconut tasted too sugary. Dessert is my favorite part of the meal and I didn't eat more than a few spoonfuls. If I were to go back, it would be because friends want to try it. I would only order the sushi, but I would never go there just for the sushi. Haru is right next door and the sushi there is awesome.
Posted by amy on 04/13/2009
This place needs an electrostatic precipitator to get the oil out of the air. I can't breathe in there. My clothes and hair smelled by the time I was done. I have walked by and smelled this place when the windows are open and customers eat outside on the sidewalk. This is not new and the situation has existed for several years. How can one not notice? On top of that, the place is crowded, I can't hear my guest's conversation and I don't eat rare seafood - if you laugh at how I eat my seafood, then I will not pay for it when the bill comes. Critique vs tip?
Posted by hlm703 on 04/03/2009
The Atlantic Grill is one of my favorite restaurants on the upper east. The food is always so delicious and fresh. The suschi rolls are amazing as well. It has a great upbeat atmosphere as well. The service is pretty good....but regardless the food is always fabulous!
Posted by MISSY on 03/16/2009
I love visiting the Atlantic Grill, the food is delicious, the wait staff is very freindly & the atmosphere superb. Prices very reasonable, what do you expect it's New York for crying out loud. Everything's expensive. They honestly never disappoint!
Posted by LadyJ's Mom on 02/25/2009
I love the Atlantic Grill. The service is always friendly and knowledgeable and the seafood top quality at reasonable prices. The spicy tuna roll with tempura flakes is delicious. Can be a bit cramped, but it's a fun atmosphere. We'll certainly be back.