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Posted by Former Critic on 06/25/2005
I wrote restaurant reviews for 17 yrs for a weekly paper. I just finished reading all the comments after having had a meal at Hudson Place consisting of (1) subpar crabcakes (read "school lunch"), (2) spinach tortellini (read "school lunch w/ green color"), (3) overcooked salmon (read "hospital food"), and (4) a hanger steak (cum frozen reheated fried) that--even with the addition of copious salt--would need radical modifications to be on par with a school lunch or hospital food. The other servers stand around and chortle while yours struggles with the cork in your wine bottle. . . all of which should be fair warning: I would recommend eating somewhere else. The setting is pleasant enough: white-wash scarred brick, a handsome bar.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/07/2005
Simple place with a good menu. Prices are just right though, just a buck or two more than most diners and much better food.
Posted by cranky when hungry on 02/27/2005
We went twice for brunch. Great place for a date or with family... no complaints here.
Posted by foodie on 02/12/2005
I've been going to hudson place for years now. It has stayed one of my favorite restuarants ever since my first trip. The food is wonderful and the atmosphere is cozy, service and the management at it's best all at the same time.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/30/2005
I was invited by friends and this was my first visit to this restaurant, I would overall rate it excellent, food portions are very generous, great service and the atmosphere is very relaxing and comfy. I am looking foward to celebrate my birthday there.
Posted by CGP on 01/27/2005
Best restaurant in Murray Hill. They are "always" busy, We visit there at least three or four times a week. Good food and drinks, very good pricing. You should try it.
Posted by Spero on 12/29/2004
In the realm of the "unpretentious but more attentive than a diner" Hudson Place, at first glance, appears to be the perfect fit. But HP suffers from being neither, displaying the haughtiness of Nobu and sloppy service to make you wish you ducked in for a grilled cheese deluxe at the corner diner. I went to Hudson Park with my family late on a Tuesday night (10 ish) in early November. Hardly restaurant prime time. We were greeted by several empty tables and told there was a 20 minute wait. After being seated we waited some more for our humorless and unapologetic server. The meal got marginally better from there. Our food looked average and uninspired. My girlfriend, a ruthless carb-counter, opted out of the potato side dish (Flank Steak - $8.95) and was told their removal would cost "$3 extra". Almost half the price of the dish? Also, my dish was piping hot as it came to the table. I ordered pasta. Never a good sign. Altogether, we got the impression we were interrupting them for walking through the door. Next time I'll go the pub.