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Posted by UKGirl on 03/30/2013
Quick service with a smile. Tasty food in good sized portions. Love their breakfasts in particular although the burgers are good too. Perfect place to refuel.
Posted by Dan on 02/05/2012
Classic NYC diner, But the experience is totally ruined by the waitresses. Have to find a new saturday breakfast place. I can't take it anymore.
Posted by neighbor girl on 02/11/2011
we've ordered from here a hundred times, it is a classic local diner with a massive menu. everything is good value for money. plenty of healthy options, plenty of go-to basics done well. they also have turkey bacon/sausage and a fruit/veg juicer. it is well lame to pout about their thoroughly lovable staff. they are very caring and nice, just fastfast and working hard. accents have never been a prob for us (i like being called 'sweehot'), especially since they always get orders right, which is solid flipping gold.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/24/2010
I love the food and they are so fast when it comes to delivering our orders. But the woman who takes the orders is very rude and constantly hangs up on us. Ordering food from there is such a drag because she never hears or understands us.
Posted by Det. Hidalgo on 04/13/2010
Landmark is the best!!!! From breakfast to dinner. Big portions, great food and cheap price. Everyone in NYC should eat here or take out.... I cant get enough of the grilled chkn sand. I order it about 2 to 3 times a week... Just Love it!!!
Posted by Granny on 10/02/2009
In NYC, it is wise sometimes to pay attention to the way a place presents itself. In this case, pay no attention. It's a funky old diner with a few tables and fewer counter seats. The cooks are Middle-Eastern men, the servers are Chinese women with amazing energy levels. They shout, they race, they accomplish. The menu is larger that you'd think it should be for a place that size, but don't be fooled. Super breakfasts, an exemplary grilled cheese sandwich, souvlaki on pita, great fries. The only minor disappointment was the Belgian waffle, which could have been crisper, but the flavor was excellent. What a place, and right around the corner from Little Italy.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/20/2009
One of the last of the great coffee shops untouched (so far) from the over gentrification here in New York City. You can actually sit down and have a meal without all the pretentious bs that goes along with these "new diner and coffee shop" re-does we have in NYC with their self-important theme park restaurants. Come in. Sit down and have their breakfast specials. Want to know why they're special? The price. If you go down the block towards Broadway and get the same platter of breakfast, you have to request a payment plan to pay for it. The food is regular food. No gimmicks and tricks. Try the Western Omlette with a large coffee and you'll know what I'm talking about. Or grab a Pastrami platter with Mash and Gravy. We're not talking about Chef quality food. We're talking about food cooked in the same level as you would cook at home. No cheap re-prints of Andy Warhol pictures to distract you from eating real food. What you see in the menu is what your going to get. FOOD. If you looking for a tourist coffee shop, just head over to Times Square and you'll get what you deserve..ahem..want. If your in the Soho area, be smart and spend your money wisely on good food from good working-class people.