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Posted by Anonymous on 05/31/2007
the place is small and i didnt expect much at first but at the end of my dining i was very very pleased. the place is small, i estimate it can hold around 3. no reservations after 7. got there at 8, sat at 830 with party of three. the range of the dinner entrees runs from 18-22. margartias start at 9, beers 6, and appetizers range from 8-12. the bread given while we waited came with this green and white dip, sour cream and spinach dip i think, it was really reaaly good, the bread was thin and glazed with something sweet, it tastes much better than it sounds, DEF wanted a second round. i had the pork with chilli beans and cilantro mased potatoes. AMAZING. the pork was so tender that it broke ever time i tried to pick it up with my fork. my friend had the salmo and loved it and my other friend had the grilled chicken queadilla, i had some of hers and they were VERY good. the sangria was tasty and the magaritas as well, not too strong but no bs. overall great experience would recomend and would def go again.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/05/2007
As a frequent diner in NYC, I have yet to write a review until now. But Hell's Kitchen's food is so amazing that it warrants the effort. Service: Wait was over an hour on a weeknight. Reservations are only taken for pre-theatre dining. Even sitting at the bar, I was truly about to walk out...However, am so glad I didn't. Atmosphere: Small and romantic. It can be a bit loud, but hell, it's a mexican restaurant. The bar was big enough to find seats for waiting and drinks. Food: The specialty drinks are above par and you can truly taste all the ingredients they promise in the description. But the entrees...Red Snapper Tacos were absolutely delicious. As well as the lamb - fell right off the bone. Also the entrees weren't overloaded with rice and beans or other sides. Yet, the meal itself was perfectly garnished with the right elements. Worth the money and wait. Definitely a must in the city - even if the service is a bit slow
Posted by From Dallas, TX on 03/06/2007
This is my new favorite restaurant. I work in Midtown during the week and was in desperate need of some "home" cooking. I was not disappoinited! This is absolutely the best margarita I've ever had (the Bueno Anejo) and some of the best Tex-Mex food north of San Antonio. Amazing!
Posted by Irish Visitor on 02/14/2007
I visit NY on an annual basis....so lucky to have found this amazing spot....will be back. Amazing menu, food quality and service.
Posted by Jay on 10/31/2006
My wife and I have eaten at Hell's Kitchen several times. The food is extremely creative, well prepared, and quite reasonably priced -- much cheaper than the Mesa Grill for the same or perhaps even better quality. Yes, the space is a bit tight, and noise from conversations is a problem because of the room's configuration. Try to go at an off-peak time, but definitely go.
Posted by zahrabb on 08/30/2006
I took a friend here for her birthday. We had reservations, but we were runnung late. They kept the table for us and we made it to our 8:00 show. The food was creative and delicious. I would go back ther again. Only flaw, tight seating but good atmosphere.
Posted by Olivia on 08/13/2006
Food: Absolutely perfect from beginning to end. I started with the duck confit empanadas, worked my way through the tamarind marinated sirloin and finished with a chocolate cake. My two companions ordered other dishes and they were just as good. A PERFECT meal. Drink: If you enjoy wine, they've got an excellent selection. Service: Very good. When our wine was uncorked, the server accidentily broke the cork. The wine was still excellent (no cork bits) and it was on the house. Atmosphere: Not touristy at all, with a good mix of people. Great sounds, good feel. I would definitely go back.