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Carroll Gardens Classic Diner

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  • Diners & Coffee Shops
  • 155 Smith St, Brooklyn NY11201 40.68648 -73.990624
  • (At Bergen St)
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  • (718) 269-4044
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User Ratings (Based on 28 reviews)

Food 3.6 Value 2.7
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

(718) 269-4044
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Order From Carroll Gardens Classic Diner for delivery & takeout
Visa, MC
Daily: 24 Hrs
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Delivery, Good for Groups, Late Night, Online Ordering, Open 24 Hours, Take Out, Trendy, Wheelchair Accessible
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User Reviews

  • Carroll Gardens Classic Diner

    Posted by Cobble Hill Guy on 02/23/2012

    Not recommended

    Mediocre food for a king's ransom, half the time they get the order wrong - so don't order a delivery! When you call to complain they fight with you over the phone. Go elsewhere.

  • Carroll Gardens Classic Diner

    Posted by Brooklyn Rob on 02/03/2012

    Prices keep going up.....?

    The food here is average at best for a diner. Decent burgers, sandwiches, etc. Fries are relatively well-done too. However, the reviewers who thought the prices were expensive in 2008 and 2009 would be surprised to see that the prices are even higher now. I have stopped going out of principal (which is a shame as I live right next to the diner) as I feel that if I'm going to spend this much money on a meal, I can get MUCH better quality at several places nearby.

  • Carroll Gardens Classic Diner

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/15/2011

    Best Bacon Cheeseburger, Quick Delivery

    24 hour diner with possibly the best bacon cheeseburger I've ever had. Also a great 24 hour breakfast menu. Delivery is always quick. Love this place.

  • Carroll Gardens Classic Diner

    Posted by anonymous on 10/22/2010

    Afterthought Salad

    The cobb salad I ordered had too many ingredients, several of which were not listed on the menu. It had cucumber, green pepper, corn, vidalia onions, a whole green onion, olives, jalepenos, carrot shavings, tomatoes, bacon, avocado, chicken, and generic mesclun mixed greens. I get that a cobb is a mix of things, but this was ridiculous. The bacon, avocado, and blue cheese dressing (more like blue cheese water) were not nearly as flavorful as one would expect. And I had to fish out chunks of what amounted to nearly 1/2 a small cucumber. I don't really know what the corn was doing in the salad, but it was a listed ingredient, so I cannot really complain. The chicken was the only thing done well. It was moist and well seasoned.

  • Carroll Gardens Classic Diner

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/21/2010

    subpar diner food at bistro prices

    this place is ridiculously overpriced, and the food is mediocre at best. I had fried eggs (that had little flavor) and hash browns, which were just ok. I'd rather have a meal anywhere else in this neighborhood where I'm going to get a quality meal if I'm paying this much money. I imagine the only reason this place is still in business is because it's open 24 hours.

  • Carroll Gardens Classic Diner

    Posted by Carroll Street on 07/05/2009

    Total regret

    I have eaten here on several occasions onkly out of neccessity. This is one of the only places that devliver late in Carroll Gardens. The food was horrible, what is worse is that we were drunk when we ordered. I have eaten at some questionable diners drunk and had good eating experiences but this place by far is the worst. We ordered simple burgers and fries and the buns were stale the fries soggy, the only thing barely edible was a milk shake. This neighborhood needs another late night eatery that can deliver

  • Carroll Gardens Classic Diner

    Posted by Kenneth Howard on 01/22/2009

    Egg-regiously Overpriced

    The prices of the majority of the menu are outrageous (like it's sister The New St. Clair down the street). Standard diner apps like mozzarella sticks should be $5. Here they're almost $9. You can get a bagel with lox at a bagel shop for $7. Here it's almost $10. You can't even eat a salad here with out dropping over $10. One of the reasons may be the portions, which are gigantic. I'd rather have half the food at half the price. Order the cheap stuff (burger, some sandwiches, dessert -- but no appetizers) and you'll be ok. And the Greek Lemon Soup (weekends only) is liquid heaven.

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