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Posted by grandpajoe on 08/15/2013
My wife and I go to the Theater quite often and eat in the city. Usually we go to Kosher Fast Food - but this time we wanted 'atmosphere' - Cafe "K" kaput in that - Service was slow, food had to be resent 'burnt' - coffee was served more out of the cup than in - had to get a new one. Place is very very very noisey - I expected a nice dinner - made me feel I should have stayed with the kosher fast food - last but not least they give you the check and never came for it - i had to find someone to pay :( I will really think about returning
Posted by ew on 01/22/2013
My once a year trip to the city with my daughter, lands us at this very pleasant restaurant. highly recommended for all ages.
Posted by Moishe S on 09/14/2012
I am writing this review so that hopefully the management can see this and improve the place A few points here: 1) the place is unclean 2) floors look like they are from an old school cafeteria and are missing tiles! -adds a very unprofessional tone 3) overpriced 4) i ordered breakfast, received a tastless omelate and salad which did not look fresh. The bread on the side not toasted and menu description was misleeding. I had spent a total of $11.98 on the breakfast special with an iced coffee (not cheap by any means and overall i could say i could have made a more satisfying breakfast at home. I would definitely not eat here again. There are some other kosher places not far with much more pleasant atmosphere and better food......
Posted by anynymous on 04/25/2012
My favorite restaurant in midtown. Fairly quiet, nice atomosphere, though a bit on the dark side. Service is good, food is great. In all the times I've been there, they once messed up my order and then were so apologetic, and gave me a free cheesecake to make up for it. I love this place, and it's quieter in the city than in Brooklyn. Delivery through Seamless was good from here too.
Posted by grandma rachel on 01/30/2011
embarrassing to take my non-kosher relative on a Sunday evening. rush, rush, rush-felt like we were on a speeding train, with waitresses racing back and forth. babies crying, no salt or pepper shakers at our table, no placemats, so utensils ended up on a bare table if you put your napkin on your lap. food was good, I must say, but nothing to die for. had to ask for bread twice. ugh is right.
Posted by kosherkitten on 12/23/2010
the poorest sushi i've ever had. my husband's dish was inedible. it was not a pleasant experience in any way. the lights were so bright i had to ask them to turn them down. FYI- i tried the one in brooklyn, in the hopes that it might be better. well it wasn't. i'm done with cafe k.