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Judy's Spanish Restaurant

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  • Puerto Rican/Dominican, Cuban, Latin American, Nuevo Latino, Spanish
  • 1505 Lexington Ave, New York NY10029 40.7866789 -73.9501852
  • (Btwn 97th & 98th St)
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  • (212) 831-0193
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User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

2.785
Food 2.5 Value 2.8
Service 3.1 Atmosphere 2.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 831-0193
Place Order:
Order From Judy's Spanish Restaurant for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Daily: 7am-11pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, WiFi, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
10.00

User Reviews

  • Judy's Spanish Restaurant

    Posted by maveneater on 06/21/2014

    Disappointed

    Ordered delivery once and the food was dry, salty or greasy. Was hoping to have great pernil, moist rice and tasty pollo guisado -- no luck.

  • Judy's Spanish Restaurant

    Posted by enrique ayala on 03/06/2013

    not recommended

    There are 9 spanish restaurants in a 12 block radius and judys is the worst. I have been going to judys for 15 years and will never go back again. Why? The food cost is exagerated by far and the quality of the food is poor by far. The sancocho is not made the traditional way and cost 4 dollers more than any restaurant around. In a nutshell i know almost everyone in the neighborhood and nobody likes the new management.

  • Judy's Spanish Restaurant

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/21/2013

    Thought it was pretty subpar

    I've eaten at a lot of island/carib/peruvian/etc restaurants. Thought this was pretty mediocre. Mind you, we ordered in (and looking past the fact that they messed up our order and we didn't get our chicken for an hour later), the roast pork was basically scraps of dry pork and fat and almost totally tasteless (except for the random limes they put on it). The chicken was also flavorless and dry. With Pio Pio so close and consistently good, probably won't venture back to Judy's anytime soon.

  • Judy's Spanish Restaurant

    Posted by Arthur on 12/19/2011

    Loved It

    Your rating: Loved it Rather then emailing my friends and sending my nieghbors to my favorite spanish place to eat , I though to just go on-line and let everyone I don't know , know that they are missing out on really great food which happens to be affordable, so happy not to cook,, ( no time) and that if I don't stop in, I order in a least twice a week... Here are some of my favorite dishes and why they are my favorite dishes: Stewed Beef - Winter staple.. Great portion only way I eat carrots! Stewed codfish - A must - Wow I can eat two portions at a time.... Roasted chicken - no need to explain Oxtail chicken or Dominician " Their soups are so tasty and make a great meal... Comb0 #2 where can a family of 4 get a great meal and I usually have lunch the next day from the leftovers -all for under $30 Always a large salad

  • Judy's Spanish Restaurant

    Posted by Jeffjets on 10/09/2011

    Chicharrones

    This place is awesome. I've been dying for some authentic Latin American food up here, specifically South American...and this place rocks. The chicharrones are incredible...if u don't know, just get it. Trust me. Crispy Fried pork belly. Incredible. Also got the pork chops, and rice and beans are great as well. Used Eat 24/7 site for my order and it came thru twice and the resto called me to ensure I wasn't double charged. Quick delivery, great food and great service. Highly highly recommend it!

  • Judy's Spanish Restaurant

    Posted by Stealth Zwerdog on 05/21/2011

    Rice and beans

    I've lived in the area for the better part of a decade but never set foot in this place. Turns out they have a counter with rice, beans, and a couple kinds of meats. They also serve beer. The food is serviceable although nothing to write home about and good value and you can get it to go. It seems to be a neighborhood East Harlem Spanish speaking kind of place that probably has not changed since the 80s.

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