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Posted by Avijit on 05/26/2009
Food is very expensive. I had Shrimp barbeque and it was just ok. The bread pudding was also not of very high quality. Overall food quality was fair. But the price was exorbitant. Moreover the boy who was serving was not very courteous. There was a clear sense of nonchalance in his behavior because of the small quantity of our order. It was my 1st visit and will definitely be my last one.
Posted by The Fatman on 02/20/2009
I agree with last commentor. This place used to be great when the plate special would cost you $10 but now the prices soared to some of the more upscale BBQ joints. I know they added a couple tables and a bathroom but that no way justifies the price inflation. I also agree that the food quality has gone down but it is still good. But for the horrendous location, there should be more of an incentive to go there. It used to be because of the good prices, now there's little left.
Posted by fat guy knows his food on 01/21/2009
Basically, this place has sold out in a big way. Mass produced BBQ that is no where near as good as it use to be. On top of it, prices have almost DOUBLED from 4 yrs ago. Its still good. Its still better then most in the city. With that said,I no longer consider it the best BBQ in this city and its almost a rip off at $27 for a rack of ribs. Did rents sky rocket on 11th ave? Somehow I doubt it...
Posted by anonymous on 01/18/2009
I did not actually eat at Daisy May's. I walked out when I was told the restaurant policy is to not provide tap water with meals. Who needs this?
Posted by tomservo on 11/08/2008
OK, my review only applies to the pulled pork plate I ordered, which does not appear to be this places fortay. I assume when I get pulled pork I am getting it with a vinegar based sauce. What I was served resembled a stew of pulled pork with unrecognizable yellow slop sauce. It didn't look like pulled pork, it didn't taste like it, and whatever it was, it was unappetizing. I prefer vinegar based carolinas style BBQ. I don't enjoy Texas style brisket or their ketchup based sauces which is what NYC BBQ seems to be obsessed with. The creamed spinach was ok, the beans were too sweet for my taste. No collard greens or mac n cheese. I keep going to BBQ places in NYC that claim to be authentic, but they are so far from it that I end up sounding like a whiny prima donna. I lived in georgia until a year ago and every single hole in the wall in the state does it better than anything in NYC. It's not that hard, please someone come through.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/20/2008
I have been going here for years. Now even though the place looks unpleasant (i usually order), their ribs, sandwiches, and just about everything else is as good as it can possible get.
Posted by foodiegoodie on 08/03/2008
I love the food here from the pulled pork to the Oklahoma Jumbo ribs you can't go wrong. The sides are to die for- dirty rice, mashed sweet potatoes are all stellar. The problem is the price- the price is just out of whack by a couple of dollars per entree. I would eat here probably 2-3 times a month if they lowered the prices by a few dollars....I am instead on the once every 2-3 months daisy may plan do to the prohibitively high pricing...