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Cozy Soup 'n' Burger
Posted by dd on 01/01/2014
I ate there last night. Had 1 hamburger, a bowl of soup, a side order of potato salad, a cup of coffee, and a slice of cheesecake. Yes, maybe a lot for 1 person. But $28.50!! YIKES. After tip $30. bucks for simply that is rediculous!!
Posted by Mcaddley Family on 09/17/2012
I've been going there for years and since i introduced my family we go at least Twice a month. We're going tonight. The Burgers are BIG and Juicey just like we like them to be. Keep up the good work, it is worth the drive from Jamaica Queens.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/29/2011
I order soup to go here from time but no more. I ordered soup recently and the man behind the counter yelled for someone in the back to get it while he stood around and did nothing. The man in the back poured my soup into the container and placed it next to him while he cleaned a pot. My soup just sat there next to him. When he was done cleaning his pot, he placed it on the counter in front of me. Instead of writing up my ticket so I could pay for the soup (you pay with a receipt at the register in the front), the man behind the counter glances at the soup, walks past it into the kitchen and back, then gets on the phone. My soup sat on the counter with the receipt book right next to it for 5-6 minutes. 3 employees walked by and no one wrote up my ticket. I was the only customer at the counter! I finally asked one of the employees if they could write up the ticket so I can pay for the soup and the man on the phone says to that employee, "I guess she can't wait." Wait for what? Him to get off the phone? For soup to get cold? How rude are these people. I asked him "what do I need to wait for"? He gave me a dirty look and continued his phone call. He could have written up my ticket in a matter of 2 seconds. This place lost a customer today.
Posted by anonymous on 11/13/2011
This is a decent 24hr diner that does a few things well and a few things badly. First off, I hate the burgers. They're huge, dense, undersalted, and usually overcooked. Go to Veselka for a better burger at 4am. However, do order their soups or their milkshakes, they're all good. All the triple decker sandwiches are decent. The spinach pie and meat loaf are also good. The fresh-roasted turkey is usually pretty dry. The cole slaw is really good. Skip the steak fries and get the curly fries. Skip the mozzarella sticks, they're dense and from the freezer. Skip the pastrami.
Posted by Lenore on 08/31/2011
I had a great experience as soon as I walked through the door--I was greeted almost like I was a member of a very warm and caring family. The menu is huge with many dietary options. I would not call the food "cheap eats" but the quality and quantity are excellent. The wait staff is very friendy and accomodating. Viva Cozy! (I'll fill in an appropriate Greek term later). ps. They are there for your comfort and dining pleasure 24/7.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/13/2010
Very Good but never order BLT this is very important, you do not order BLT
Posted by Bert on 05/05/2010
Went for lunch. Ordered a tuna melt sandwich and fries. Tuna melt had no appeal. The cook didn't make the effort to spread the tuna salad evenly, or up to the edges of the toast, so that it looked like ugly globs, and at times I was eating pieces of toast with no tuna or cheese upon them. This was something I would expect to be served in my friend's kitchen. Fries were alright. Soda was not filled up to the top of the glass. Otherwise, waiter was attentive. Overpriced.