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Landmarc

Time Warner Center
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  • French, Italian, Bistro
  • 10 Columbus Circle 3rd Fl, New York NY10019 40.7679305 -73.9823509
  • (At 60th St)
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  • (212) 823-6123
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User Ratings (Based on 73 reviews)

3.135
Food 3.4 Value 2.9
Service 2.8 Atmosphere 3.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 823-6123
voice
(212) 219-2126
Website:
www.landmarc-restaurant.com
Place Order:
Order From Landmarc for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Reservations Accepted For Groups Of 6+ Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc Delivery Hours Daily: 11am-11pm
Hours:
Daily: 7am-2am
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Great Views, Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Open Late, WiFi, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Landmarc

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/07/2008

    Disappointed

    My sister and I stopped in for lunch....we had both read good reviews and decided to try it since we were in the area. We had a window seat & the view was nice, but the decor is odd. Modern but in a bizarre way. Particularly the ceiling is very strange...these black things hanging down-sort of looks like a warehouse. But on to the food: a special salad sounded interesting....yellow tomato, celery leaves, croutons, etc. - the portion was extremely small (we were told it was more than enough for two) & the flavors just nothing special. I had a breaded pork sort of panini with gruyere cheese, hot peppers and too much of this bitter lettuce. I had to remove it from the sandwich. I was hungry, so I ate it, but was disappointed in the bread too. Nothing special for the money.

  • Landmarc

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/19/2008

    Great for a large party

    I came here for brunch with a large party of adults and children. The reviews made me nervous, but the convenient location was too good to pass up. My fears were unfounded. Between several late arrivals, additional diners, and requests for more highchairs, the staff remained professional and kind even supplying the kiddies with crayons and drawing paper! The food was also delicious (I had the eggs en menuette) and portions generous. I'm surprised by the comments around the tiny portions, as everyone's plate was overflowing and arrived within 15 minutes of ordering. As a previous poster said, this place is great for a large group for brunch. I don't think I would pick it for a romantic place for two, however.

  • Landmarc

    Posted by Upper Westsider on 07/12/2008

    Poor Service and Below Average Food

    I been to this place a few times and I always leave disappointed. The food is overcooked, the food takes about 45 minutes to arrive at your table, the service is always lacking, and the price tag just makes it never worth going back.

  • Landmarc

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/04/2008

    Great atmosphere, great experience

    I've dined here for both lunch and dinner in the past few years and have never been dissatisfied. It was unfortunate they did not have the roast chicken since it is only on their fall menu, but the summer replacement was up to par. The hangar steak is a great value and was cooked perfectly. The service during lunch time is a bit absent, but I have never had a problem with dinner service. You're paying for the atmosphere and the perfect portion. I don't understand the comments that claim otherwise, because I have never experienced any of it, especially not to the degree that some people make it out to seem.

  • Landmarc

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/01/2008

    great brunch

    i was here with a large group recently for brunch and the food was great. most of us had the landmarc egg sandwich, which we all loved. a few people tried the pancakes, eggs benedict, etc. we all agreed that the food was amazing, although it did look like it was more of place for large groups with its corporate style setting. i don't think i would bring a date here, but it's definitely big enough to accommodate multiple large groups at once. the portion size was just enough, i finished everything and felt just full enough. it's funny that people are complaining about the portion sizes being too small. in any other country, this would be considered a filling meal. then again, the average person would be about half the size as well. the food was great and reasonably priced for a NY brunch, with a great view. i would definitely come here again.

  • Landmarc

    Posted by Hell's Kitchen Local on 06/24/2008

    Tiny, overpriced portions poor service

    I've been here a number of times and I can't get over the decrease in quality. I mean, the service has always been bad - e.g., absentee waiters, entrees coming out immediately after appetizers, no water refills. But, in the past, Landmarc always compensated with a great location and tasty food. Recently, however, the portions have withered away to kid sizes. The once reliable hamburger is now tiny and comes with a small handful of fries total. The risotto is miniscule. The large nicoise salad? Pitiful for the $21 price. Don't get me wrong - the food usually tastes okay, but I can get the same quality for reasonable prices and MUCH better service at many pubs in Hell's Kitchen. Landmarc, you've lost another customer.

  • Landmarc

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/21/2008

    puh-lease

    am i the only one who sees the ridiculousness of this "wine program" that these restuarants pride themselves on? the wine is well-priced in comparison to high-end restaurants, but "near retail"? the list is so all-over-the-place and yet somehow totally generic. how many things can be compromised to compensate for these low mark-ups: horrible glassware, soul-less atmosphere, over-priced, subpar food, AND a thoughtless wine list? i think this wine gimmick should be done away with entirely in order to shift that focus onto becoming a decent restaurant, rather than an excuse to showcase an entirely incompetent wine "program."

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