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Posted by Anonymous on 05/15/2007
So, don't ever order the meat tortellini alfredo. IDK if this happens if you just order the alfredo sauce, but there was practically no alfredo sauce on mine. A clue: when you put the plate upside down, no alfredo would drip (that's too little, in my opinion). Also, the alfredo sauce was sooo lacking. As well, the meat tortellini barely had meat in it, and had no taste whatsoever. I was eating shells tarnished with meat. So just beware.
Posted by Columbia on 03/03/2007
Two friends and I went here for dinner on a week night and we were the only ones in the restaurant. The food was certainly not homemade and didnt even look appealing. The raviolli tasted like it should be from a bad diner. The soup had almost whole potatoes in it. The salad was not fresh. I will never return and neither will my friends.
Posted by Darleny on 04/04/2006
I love Charles and Loraine's hospitality. My Baby loves going to Camille's and engaging its freindly clients.
Posted by Columbia on 12/05/2005
I really enjoy Camille's every time I go which is quite often. Its the best brunch in NYC for your buck and your stomach. The food is consistent and service a pleasure. I'm thankful to have such a great little comfort food place in the area.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/27/2005
The food was unappetizing. Six friends and I ate together and each dish was faulty for a different reason; the chicken wasn't cooked all the way through, the vegetables weren't seasoned, the calzone was dry, the pasta sauce was watery...and it took upwards of twenty minutes to receive our order, though there were hardly any people in the restaurant. The interior was dark and cramped. Though the food was inexpensive, I would not recommend dining here.
Posted by Warren Allen Smith on 12/12/2004
Camille's when I ate here regularly while working with my advisor Lionel Trilling back in 1948-1949 was known as the Viennese Kitchen. This weekend when I returned, I found no one I recognized. But the $6.95 brunch certainly beats the price of the $10 and $15 brunches where I live in Greenwich Village, although I didn't order a bloody mary this time. The Ethiopian pre-med student about to finish his degree who is paying $30,000+ in fees was not unhappy with the place, I learned. He was surprised that I'd paid nothing for my 3 1/2 years at Columbia: after Omaha Beach in 1944, I had 3 1/2 years of free education because of the G. I. Bill of Rights. When I'm again in the neighborhood, I'll also choose this quiet restaurant with interesting people at nearby tables.
Posted by Frank on 10/31/2004
Love the food- especially the chicken salad. A great neighborhood spot!