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Delta Grill

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    $$$$$Greater than $25
    $$$$$18.01 - $25
    $$$$12.01 - $18
    $$$7.01 - $12
    $Less than $7
  • Cajun & Creole, Southern & Soul
  • 700 9th Ave, New York NY10036 40.762212 -73.9898917
  • (At 48th St)
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  • (212) 956-0934
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User Ratings (Based on 57 reviews)

Food 3.9 Value 3.6
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 4.0

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 956-0934
(212) 956-2304
AmEx, MC, Visa, Disc Delivery Daily: 12pm-10pm
Daily: 12pm-4am
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Group Dining, Open Late, Pre/Post Theater, Live Entertainment, Happy Hour, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
Delivery Area:
6th Ave to The Hudson 42nd to 57th St

User Reviews

  • Delta Grill

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/01/2007

    Great Brunch

    I have been a regular customer at Delta for several years and for some strange reason I had never gone there for brunch. I am truly sorry that I have lost out on all those missed opportunaties. It is fantastic. The food was inventive and so good. Try the jambalaya omlets and the cheese grits. My friend had the french quarter toast and everything was wonderful. Service was good as usual and we were made to feel right at home. Live music was an added pleasure. Good job Delta.

  • Delta Grill

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/27/2007


    I'm from Arkansas, so although this is Cajun cuisine, it's also familiar to the Southern cuisine. I absolutely love this restaurant. I have eaten here at the restaurant and ordered out several times since. I have never been disappointed. Their brunch (egg white omlette), dinner (chicken fried steak) and dessert (chocolate mousse cake) are the best I have had in my 12 years as a New Yorker.

  • Delta Grill

    Posted by Philby on 01/23/2007

    Adequate - but just

    Went with 2 friends and my son this past Saturday. One friend had ribs (average - but hey, it's not a rib place) and one had a burger (ditto). I had chicken gumbo which was so-so; tasted like it had been simmering way to long and was well on it's way to being baby food, though it was nicely spicy. Then had the jambalya. Served in a cast iron pot, it too was nicely spiced, though mainly rice with a smattering of sausage and a few thin (but nicely crunchy) chicken strips on top. My son had a Po Boy and boy was it po. Bread looked like leftover bread that you get from take out Italian. Contents were not much better - a bit of chicken, barbecue sauce and some limp veggies. Hush puppy appetizer was good but how hard is frying corn meal batter? Though service was good, for the price, I think you can do better.

  • Delta Grill

    Posted by Barry on 01/21/2007

    Overpriced and bland

    I went to Delta Grill in Hell's Kitchen today and ordered Jumbalaya and a Bloody Mary. The decor was very nice, and the service average for New York, although we did have multiple waiters throughout our hour there. However, I was disappointed with the tiny drinks and the near tasteless food. For $17, I expect tolerably good jumbalaya. What I got was chicken fingers, and a tiny bit of sausage in a bowl of rice. Not very spicy either. I felt ripped off upon leaving and will not return to or recommend Delta Grill.

  • Delta Grill

    Posted by Cajun lover on 01/16/2007

    Great Cajun

    Delta catered a party for my firm and we all loved it. I then I returned with my wife for dinner and it was even better. I had the jambalaya wontons and the catfish lafite and they were superb. My wife had the crab cake and the shrimp creole and it was outstanding. The jambalaya is the best I have had since Louisiana. I take clients there for lunch weekly and the price and the service is great. I recommend any of the po boys and the gumbo is just right. This is a must for anyone who appreciates good cajun. thanks Delta.

  • Delta Grill

    Posted by Cajun Girl on 01/03/2007

    Louisiana Up North

    I went back to Delta after having been out of town for a few months and it was better than ever. The muffuletta is perfect and the jambalaya spicy and satisfying. My friends all shared several dishes and no one was disappointed. The oyster po boy and shrimp creole were superb and the frozen hurricane was full of rum and just sweet enough to balance out the seasoned food. I love this place and would recommend it to any Southerner.

  • Delta Grill

    Posted by justeats on 12/29/2006

    Big servings, good value

    Large portions. Don't need an appetizer unless you have a huge appetite. The main course could be big enough for 2.

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