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Chelsea Grill of Hell's Kitchen
Posted by Anonymous on 08/27/2007
I went here with my wife before the theater based on the latest reviews written here. Well, we were back 2 nights later , this time after the theater, with a party of 6 this time. The food was good, the prices reasonable and the service very good. That about says it all.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/26/2007
Looked appealing from the outside, but what a mistake. The food took way too long to come out, and despite the courteous service, it still arrived 30 minutes after ordering. The blackened chicken was inedible. When told of this to the waitress, she said, "oh yes, that's been happening all day," like some other-worldly force was responsible for it. Ninth avenue has too many good spots, even at this very intersection, to waste money here--garage ambiance notwithstanding.
Posted by Terry on 08/10/2007
Very varied menu, good choices food was tasty, but 2 negatives: #1 - took a long time for us to get our meal. #2 - seats are a bit tight. However, would definately go again, good value for the $$$.
Posted by HellsKitchenEater on 06/17/2007
I have gone here a few times in the last year for either brunch or dinner. The restaurant is a consistent performer. The Steak Salad is excellent. The prices are reasonable and the ambience is upbeat and vivancious like the neigborhood.
Posted by Bobby on 05/12/2007
I was very pleased with the food and the service here. a great place to go with friends or on a date like i did. my girlfriend loved her penne with chicken and i loved my "bleu burger!" The drinks made it all the more enjoyable.
Posted by Jane on 01/16/2007
I went to Chelsea Grill for brunch this weekend. Not only were the gfood and drinks good but the bill was unbelievable. Normally mimosas and bloody marys cost $8, they were only $4 here. Best off all the atmosphere was totally relaxed and they had the football game on silent with music playing. I can't wait to go back.
Posted by NP on 01/07/2007
We went there for just a Sunday brunch and both ordered the Eggs Benedict with the Canadian Bacon. I typically never eat the home fries but these ones were out of this world. We had the opportunity to sit right in the front window and people watch as we enjoyed our brunch. The atmosphere is cozy and the food was delicious. This place is definitely recommended for just a casual brunch. You get the bang for your buck as we both walked out of there fully satisfied for under $20.