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Posted by Fine Diner on 02/18/2006
BLT is not your typical cigar, wood panel steakhouse. Great food in a softer atmosphere. The food has texture & delicacy not typical of a Smith & Wollensky. The steaks are wondferful, the chicken is superb, but the appetizers & side dishes make this restaurant several cuts above the rest. There are so many choices & variations, eating there once a week would take you months to repeat a meal. It's a surefire hit.
Posted by Avid Diner on 02/17/2006
A must in the New York dining scene. The Kobe Steak is perfectly done - but you have to know and like Kobe beef. It is different than USDA Prime or Angus Beef. If you don't know anything about it, you're safer with the dry aged Prime Beef. The desserts are heavenly and the wine list is exceptional.
Posted by Gramercy Girl on 01/31/2006
I went with a group of people. I felt the food was average, service poor for a restaurant of this caliber. I ordered a baked potato which did not arrive with my entree and then they brought it 5 minutes later it was undercooked! The side dishes were mediocre at best as were the desserts. The steak was good and perfectly cooked though.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/11/2005
I was at BLT Prime a few weeks ago and my meal was great. All food ordered was great and tasty, but I particularly ordered the short ribs and they were amazing! I would highly recommend this place for a pricey yet well worth it evening.
Posted by coenzymea on 10/29/2005
Other than stating the obvious like good meats and desserts, I would just like to say that in comparision to other fine nyc restaurants, I did like the bread here the best...these poppins/poppers or whatever you call it were delicous. Nice buttery and hot....really they should have a little kiosk on the side of the building and just sell these w/ some soup.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/26/2005
The food here was pretty good - the lemon chicken in particular was quite tasty. However, the steak was dry and tough and the potato skins were more like something you'd expect from a low-end chain. The ambience is great, however. You can see most of the food before you eat it, which is neat, and the service is very friendly and personable. Basically, if you prefer atmosphere to great food, you'll love this place; otherwise I don't recommend it.
Posted by curtis krause on 08/21/2005
I don't want to dilute my review by adding a lot of words that stray from the theme of "perfection." Unadulterated perfection. Filet perfect. Pink in the center just as they promised. Leek hash browns perfection (and creative). Creamed spinach perfection (secret ingredient= nutmeg). Morels perfection. Roasted lemon chicken perfection. Toffee coffee sundae perfection. Place is phenomenal.