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Posted by Anonymous on 04/27/2014
Overpriced midtown restaurant. The waitress didn't offer the table butter or olive oil with the one piece of bread we each had. We had to ask for another small piece of bread. It is a limited menu - not sure what kind of restaurant this is suppose to be - definitely not worth the price. The food was ok but nothing amazing for the price
Posted by Veronica on 01/23/2014
Not worth the money. Love the set-up and location but the food is overpriced for what it is. Nice amount of antipasti, but the hot stuff was not hot and the cold stuff was just blah. The hostess was very nice but our waiter was very distracted and not particularly welcoming. The food and service are subpar and especially at those prices.
Posted by anonymous on 06/29/2013
I went here for lunch because it was across from the theatre I was going to. I ordered the 3 cheese omelet , I got the egg white omelet . I asked for pepper, the waiter said ok and never came back. I found the pepper mill on the waitstation just behind my booth. The omelet was actually quite good but a $19 omelet should come with good service.
Posted by Frequent NYC traveler on 10/10/2012
Wow! Is this place busy. Right in the heart of all the action may be to much for some. Our teenage children liked it though. Large portions and fairly expensive, but what isn't? Good food and fun wait staff.
Posted by Jan on 08/25/2012
Mozzarella cheese was bad. Obviously they are just an overpriced tourist trap! Stuffed artichokes as well as all the veggies on the apetizer menu were too salted. Never eat @ a run down outdoor decor with huge neon lights. But of course, what should I have expected, It is Times Square! Save your money, make the time to find a good Italian Restaurant; not a fast food pricey one.
Posted by Hakan on 02/04/2012
I work in the neighborhood as a concierge, couple of days ago I had my friends and went to the Bond 45, I really wanted to see and the taste the food since i send people there i wanted to the go there. The place looks nice, but i can't say the same thing for the service and the food. Even though restaurant wasn't that crowded we had a avarage service i would get a better service in most of the diners. We ordered steak but it wasn't cook the way we wanted which i know what i want i go to diffrent stake houses around the city and i know a little about steaks this wasn't worth the half of the price that i paid for it. I am not talking about the seafood because i have no idea. But i will not go there again and if you want to eat a good steak this is not the place for you.
Posted by Joe Veneziano on 12/11/2011
Five people were stuffed in a booth that at best seats four. The noise level was was so high that it was nearly impossible to have a conversation with the person across the table. While my starter was very flavorful, it was cold. I had ordered the lemon chicken at lunch a month prior and it was outstanding. The dinner version was not cutlets and it was not cooked all the way through, so only the edges were edible. By the time the waiter returned the other guests had finished their meals. None of them were impressed. Maybe it was just a bad night, but with all the choices in NYC, Bond 45 comes off my list.