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Posted by AM on 06/24/2012
I've been going to Cookshop for a couple of years on and off, and I'll admit there are some hits and misses on the menu. But with their latest menu update, they've truly hit it out of the park. The Cheddar Popover. Is. Unbelievable. Eat this now. That is all.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/09/2012
Where do I start with this disaster? I had heard mixed reviews prior to going but my dinner was poor across the board. The service was slow for both our drinks and food. When the food finally arrived, it was cold and bland. For prices like these, you expect more and it didn't deliver. I wont be going back.
Posted by BDF_NYC on 07/29/2011
We were lured here by the reviews, but our dinners were disappointing. It's trying to be a green, California type restaurant, but failing. Locally sourced food is not necessarily better, especially if it is prepared poorly. For these prices, you can do far, far better in Manhattan. We won't be going back.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/04/2010
Agree with most of the comments, used to work there w / a great crew, but they tended to shed good staff
Posted by Anonymous on 02/24/2010
This place is deeeelicious!! Don't let the wait get you down it is soooo worth it! I love the smoked fish plate with smoked salmon and sable and also the sausage with poached egg is awesome. Everything we order tastes great! Even the fruit we ordered with meal (feeling healthy) was fresh even in winter! Go and eat here it rocks!!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/11/2010
I returned to Cookshop this past weekend after having an 'OK' dining experience about a year ago. The restaurant was packed like a cattle car, and the server was in a different world. Still, I've come to expect a bit of discomfort at Sunday brunch- especially if the food makes up for the lacking ambiance. This, sadly, was not the case. I ordered the poached eggs over grits- a combination I'm quite familiar with. The runny eggs bled into the soupy grits creating a "textural mess" with no bread to sop up the run off. My friend's French toast was dry. All in all, it was a really horrendous experience. And it was a shame, as it was our friends' last meal in New York before they returned home to Spain. Oh well, never again.
Posted by poppy2009 on 11/10/2009
Stay away from the suckling pig! One of my favorite guilty pleasures is the tasty, tender meat of suckling pig. ( "guilty" because the animal is slaughtered so young). At Cookshop, they ruined this dish and serve only the guilt. We tried different bites and had to spit it out every time. Had a mushy, raw-like texture and zero flavor. When the waiter asked us how our food was, we politely gave him our candid impression. He seemed understanding and apologetic. The funnel cake we ordered for desert was free...but still had to pay $26 for an inedible entrée and left hungry. Thanks.