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Posted by Jin on 07/26/2008
I went here during restaurant week. I thought it was ok, a bit overpriced for the amount of food they give you. Food was not too great, but not bad. I recommend the $90 castle, the presentation was lovely and the desserts were really good. Service was ok, our waiter kept disappearing but we found him. Atmosphere is not bad either. There was a guy playing piano and nice leather boothes. Overall, we had a good time, but don't think I would go back either.
Posted by Margaret on 06/16/2008
We were there this past weekend and it was amazing, the atmosphere was breath taking it was a bit overwhelming for those of us who are layed back but you get over that real fast. My husband and I were seated upstairs and our waiter Michael was wonderful answering our questions (what is this and how do you say it?) and gave perfect recommendations. The food was amazing and I had the Teriayki Chicken salad and my husband had the chicken cobb and the both of us were thrilled!
Posted by satisfied customer on 03/19/2008
Nice airy ambiance for a theater district restaurant cheerful, pleasant service... week-end brunch a great deal with complimentary drinks and wide selection of menu items... lobster benedict was excellent!
Posted by The OC on 12/25/2007
The manager "Josh" is very nice, young ad good looking. The sushi was good but not great. The pries are resonable, the service - no complaints. I just expected excellent food.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/25/2007
This is by far one of my top 10 new york restaurants. I have eaten here many times and never been disappointed. It is in the W times square, so the space is very trendy and cool looking with great decor. I have also come here for appetizers and drinks and had a great experience. It seems out of place in times square, but I am sure glad it is there b/c I work 2 blocks from it. I highly recommend it.
Posted by DJE on 09/26/2007
Went to Blue Fin last night for my birthday after reading the review in Time Out New York. We were not disappointed. The service was thorough and well paced. WE WERE DEFINITELY NOT RUSHED.In all, our 4 course meal with two bottles of wine were spaced out over a leisurely 3 hours. I had the grouper which was DIVINE. It came with a butternut squash risotto that was absolutely perfect. The filet looked delish and the salmon with crayfish chowder was perfectly seasoned. It was fairly loud but we were told that some foreign dignitary was having a party upstairs. Not that we minded, our waiter swiped some of the chocolates and desserts they were serving upstairs and gave us a wide arrays of sweets to try in addition to the desserts we had already ordered. YUMMY
Posted by BreKali on 07/24/2007
I frequent the Fin since I work right across the street. This place is among my local faves. The food has never, ever disappointed, and I'm most impressed with their wine selection (rare it is that I can go out and enjoy a great Riesling w/ my fish...they've got a few here). Their sushi is great, their fish dishes are "slammin'" as my co-workers say. The decor is beautiful, though not so intimate. It's a great place for a client dinner meeting or a family dinner, or even a small party. I'd not recommend it for a date, since the place is large and not very cozy (unless it's a "fly by" drinks...great to sit down near the upstairs bar). Overall, love it. I'm a true fan of the Fin.