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Posted by Dan on 10/09/2011
The place had a very nice atmosphere but the food was ok at best. The service was good but it was way too expensive & the portions were very small.
Posted by Jocelyn on 08/12/2010
Let's see, dirty dishes, poor service, and salty salty food. I had the free range chicken, and let's just say the chef only knows one seasoning-and that is salt.
Posted by anonymous on 02/04/2010
Our family ate here before seeing "Wicked" on one of the Kids-Night-On-Broadway nights, which also happened to coincide with Restaurant Week. Our meal was delicious, the service was excellent (thanks to Tony), and everything was exactly what we needed. Particularly liked the garlicky mussel appetizer, and the inventive selections on the kids' menu (firecracker shrimp, asian chicken salad).
Posted by Emily Avery on 01/26/2010
This place has awesome views of the Times Square signage. You feel like you can reach out and touch them. The room is stark in a trendy sort of way - designed to make the views the focal point I guess - but tables are nicely spaced, chairs and booths comfortable. Service is well meaning, if not as polished as you might want. The food? Much better and more inventive than expected. Had stopped ordering that old chestnut, onion soup, as it's usually so tasteless and watery. Gave it a shot here - a revelation of flavor based on rich stock. Short ribs were better and cheaper than most in town. And the becoming ubiquitous chicken and waffles was distinquished by a delightful maple syrup laced chicken jus. I'll be back when I'm in the Times Square area.
Posted by pat on 08/26/2009
my husband and i were i nyc staying at crowne plaza hotel. we went for breakfast on 8/22/09. waiter was not friendly. we had a dirty spoon. we ordered tomato juice which had gone bad. we walked out and went someshere else. previos restaurant there was fine