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Posted by Harlem Eater on 12/21/2014
The dinner value may be ok, but not brunch. Pancakes or French toast $14 + $6 if you want 2 eggs on the side + $9 for a mimosa. That's $29 bucks for breakfast for 1 person! Give me a break. You can get a nice brunch in the East Village for $14 and that includes coffee and mimosa. I'm not sure why all the new Harlem restaurants feel they can rip people off with their high prices?? If people are willing to do that just to be part of a "scene" that is their choice, but it seems foolish to me.
Posted by Lloyd on 11/20/2014
I was shocked how good the food was. I had the pan fried chicken which is how my mother made friend chicken. I will not only come back, I will bring my friends and recommend to others.
Posted by Harlem Foodie on 08/05/2014
I've walked by here many times and not bothered to go in. I noticed they changed their menu a couple months ago and thought I'd check it out. Wow, I was impressed. The food is very well prepared. Tender perfectly-cooked shrimp, fresh from the farm tasting lettuce, melt-in-your mouth biscuits. The portions are too huge for my taste - but some old school Harlem-ites will like that value. The service was a bit unpolished, but the staff was warm and welcoming. The manager (owner?) was on top of everything going on in the place. the waiter said it was under new ownership recently. This place should appeal to the Rooster/Lidos/Cecil/BierI regular Harlem foodie crowd.
Posted by Kim on 06/25/2014
I can't say enough. From the table bread, to the fried chicken, to the short ribs, to the sangria, to the homemade iced tea. I have eaten in just about every restaurant in Harlem but this is my favorite food-wise!