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Posted by Monica on 10/03/2008
My girlfriends and I went here for dinner last night and we won't be going there again. We had to ask for a bread basket and butter and they brought us cold bread. We ordered the Scallops with roasted vegetables and it was just not good. As one of the other reviewers said, this place is over priced like a fine dining restaurant and it was no where near.
Posted by disappointed on 07/18/2008
I thought I found a good restaurant in Midtown that local New Yorkers could dine after a day of shopping or work. The restaurant is part of a hotel and unfortunately operates down to the standards of most hotel food: mediocre and forgettable. The food was poorly prepared. The wait staff was inattentive.
Posted by UWSFoodie on 04/02/2008
If the prices were about half what they are, I would have rated this 'tavern' highly. It's priced like a fine dining establishment and it just doesn't measure up. One of the dishes we ordered, the stuffed pork chops, was decent but overcooked. Despite ordering the dish medium (after having been told that the chef thinks the dish should be well done), it came out as the chef desired and not what I ordered. Hence, dry pork chops. The fish dishes were pretty good and the sides decent, but nothing was better than good and at around $65 per person (including two bottles of wine between 5 people, tax and tip), it should be better.
Posted by pete stav on 11/25/2007
This is the type of place that I have been waiting. For the last five years I have been eating ten blocks north of the garden, before the games. I finally found a place with great food with in walking distance. My son had the burger, and it has to be one of the best in the city. The pork chops were out of this world. We are loyal Knicks fans, and now Cooper’s Fans!!