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Posted by Foodie143 on 09/27/2008
It seems as though they are improving their salad [select]ion.. Lots of new tasty salads, I had some of their "tuna w corn" salad on a sesame bagel and it was seriously so good! I've never tasted tuna like that. The whitefish on poppy w tom onion was my fav. breakfast sandwich but I would say the tuna is def. now my number 1 choice. I took home some of their avocado eggsalad, dijon pickle potato salad, honey turkey, cabbage apple slaw and dozen bagels and I am enjoying this great indoor picnic lunch over the weekend.
Posted by YanikC on 09/14/2008
I'm from Montreal, Quebec, Canada and discovered Daniel's bagels over 15 years ago. Everytime I'm in New York, Daniel's bagels is a must for me. I love the chicken salad on onion bagel. Can't get enough of it. I was never impressed with the service or atmosphere but I can't say enough good about the food or value. I guess you need to get over the crusty (ahem) staff and just enjoy the delicious bagels. Chicken salad on onion with a Snapple does it for me. I can't wait to get back to NYC to get my fill.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/01/2008
I've been to this place several times because of it's convenience as I live in Murray Hill. Each time I go, I cross my fingers that management has addressed the issue of how rude their staff is - and for no reason at all. My husband went there recently, came back and said he is never going back. I should have made that decision a long time ago. The last thing anyone needs is to be stressed on a leisurely Sunday morning.
Posted by BagelBoss on 01/06/2008
I'm going to limit my review the to the bagels, since this is primarily a bagel joint. My review of this place can be summed up as such. Ask yourself, what do you like about your favorite bagel? Whether it be poppy, sesame, everything, salt, etc....its the topping, right? If that was your answer, you are not going to like this place. I could see the deficient bagels behind their glass display, but I had already decided I was going to try the place, so I proceeded. Extremely disappointed! I want a sesame bagel with lots of sesame seeds! Poppy with lots of poppy seeds!...etc. These bagels are so lacking in topping, I think I can actually count them. If you had to say something good, I guess you can say they have a "great personality"....but seriously, they were warm, soft and chewy...i guess if you like plain bagels....this is your place.
Posted by MurrayHillLongTimer on 11/30/2007
I live across the street from Daniel's and have been there 2-3 DOZEN times. I stopped going last year because despite the convenience, I became so upset by their horrible service, and even worse, rudeness. The bagels, which are fair, are not worth the mistreatment!
Posted by Anonymous on 11/01/2007
I felt compelled to comment after reading a few recent reviews. I read reviews all the time but rarely/never review. This is by far the best bagels in Murray Hill and about as good as anywhere in Manhattan. I go virtually every weekend at peak hours and despite a long looking line have never waited more than 5 or 10 minutes. Whoever said they waited 30 minutes is just crazy. It's bagels so the line goes quick. Great bagels, usually hot out of the oven in the AM. Great cream cheese, but it is different from the norm as many have mentioned so some won't like it. Chicken salad also great. As someone who has been there 50+ times in the past 2 years, ignore any negative reviews you may see.
Posted by Loppo on 10/26/2007
The bagels at Daniel's are great, crusty outside and airy inside. The cream cheese varieties are also excellent, as is the whitefish salad. The only less than stellar item I've ever ordered was one of the muffins, which was very dense and not very flavorful. BUT, be warned! Be prepared for a wait when you go at peak times such as weekend mornings. You are guaranteed to wait almost 30 minutes in line, and the staff never seems to be in a hurry, although I never have found them to be rude. I guess you just need to know what you're getting into when you go there.