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Posted by teenabeana on 06/17/2014
Disappointed. my bolognese wasn't good. seemed frozen and reheated and too salty. My lunch partner had the special fish over angel hair pasta. Enjoyed....but, $38 for small portion of fish over a lot of pasta just isn't worth the money. crab cake appetizer very good, but, could have used a sauce. Beet salad ordinary and not worth the price. Menus were dirty. not acceptable. Lunch for 2, no drinks, no dessert, shared appetizers was $100. you can do much better at another restaurant. Sorry Crispin's....was hopeful but you didn't deliver.
Posted by NY Foodie on 02/16/2014
My boyfriend and I discovered Crispin's on our way home from my work one day. Now it's my favorite in Hell's Kitchen. The wine list is extensive and the prices are lower than in other wine bars. It's beautiful and cozy inside. The food is absolutely delicious, - and also affordable! We've tried several pasta dishes and love' em all. I recommend the lamb shank and also love the scallops. Welcome to the neighborhood!
Posted by jacobs1 on 10/18/2013
I was skeptical when this Italian place opened near me in Hell's Kitchen, replacing a dreadful diner, but Crispin's is a good addition to the neighborhood. The food is routinely thoughtful and well-prepared, particularly the fish dishes. They don't stray far from the classics, but they do it well. Service is eager, but business looks slow -- it can't be easy for restaurants on Tenth to compete with those on better-known, more-trafficked Ninth.