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Posted by naomi stern on 03/27/2015
Everything served lukewarm, liver, spinach, coffee. Not much flavor, could have cooked it better myself. If I had been paying I would have been furious at the ridiculous price for a mediocre meal. (The brioche was really good.)
Posted by Sandra B. on 10/07/2014
Ok food, but overpriced. Waiters very seviceminded to people they already know. Not very interested in new faces.
Posted by Deena Strunk on 12/11/2013
My absolute Must for each visit to the City. Food is awesome, service is beyond great. One of the friendliest places I've been. Would not miss it!
Posted by Nancy Martin on 05/01/2012
I have been to so many restaurants in NYC but I can't remember enjoying a meal as much as I did last night at Cipriani's. First of all, I loved the atmosphere and the friendliness of everyone there....including the other diners. I had the rigatoni which was cooked perfectly (al dente) and my friend had the eggplant parmigiana which she raved about. We topped it off with the most amazing crepes with ice cream for dessert. And I forgot to mention the drinks....they come in smaller glasses but quality trumps quantity here. The drinks were spectacular. Sorry I didn't have a Bellini though. I can't say enough about this dining experience.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/28/2010
Cipriani is a joke. The only edible thing in the restaurant is the breadsticks. I asked the waiter if I could buy some to take home--he gave me a ton of them. That was great, but considering we spent $350 for terrible food and ok wine, I should get free breadsticks for a month. The hamburger is like a mini meatloaf--not a good one--the "steamed spinach" is defrosted chopped spinach, the food is oversalted, the tables are too low. Some of the waiters are charming, and the view on a snowy winter night is great. I'd rather eat a hotdog from the dirtiest cart in NYC and look at Central Park from the street -- even in this week's blizzard!
Posted by anonymous on 08/18/2010
Was here on a business dinner. Prices are unbelivebly high, but the real problem is the food/service just doesn't justify it - at all. The price you pay given the quality of the food/service was just insulting. The food overall demonstrated no real talent or imagination, and was very mediocre. Starter was merely a plate of proscuitto with a few fig quarters sitting on top - $35. I can source outstanding proscuitto from a specialty store and in-season figs and make this at home. No skill went into this. Entree was risotto with homemade sausage. Was a nondescript plate of saucy rice (not well seasoned) with small pieces of sausage - $50. I was hoping they would feature the homemade sausage, but small nibbles were just sort of in there. Others' food was equally unimpressive...small piece of fish with a few capers in a sauce, plain white rice. Now the service.... Would have been ok, other than a few inexcusable gaffes. I had ordered a glass of white wine, and the table had ordered a bottle of mineral water...both wine and water came in identical glasses. Having consumed half my wine, the waiter came by to refill my water, only he poured it in my wine glass instead. I had been talking and didn't notice, until I took a sip of watered down wine. Then later he did it a second time (!) and I pointed it out. He said "sorry" but I was not offered a replacement glass of wine, which he should have done. Bottom line: Very Mediocre food. Unsophisticated service. Outrageous prices.