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Posted by Local on 07/18/2009
A diner's diner, boasting a wide variety of foods - delicious and fresh, excellent and very quick service, unbelievable value and frequented by locals. Don't miss it!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/06/2009
The waitstaff is always friendly and eager to please, the decor is reminiscent of the old school Brooklyn diners of my childhood, and the food is consistently good... I love this place!
Posted by Sam on 02/22/2009
The food is reasonably priced and usually tasty. decent burger, pancakes, shakes, and sandwiches. ask for the fries well-done, as they usually come out undercooked
Posted by . on 12/19/2008
best greasy spoon in nolita, chinatown, soho. Good food for a great price. If you're looking for no frills diner for breakfast, go to Landmark. I go at least once a week.
Posted by Xie on 07/30/2007
Landmark is just what it is - A Chinatown Diner. Gotta love the waitresses screaming out your order. That said they really do take care of you. Food is quintessential diner fare, and better than others in the area.
Posted by Tim on 07/20/2007
Landmark Diner is perhaps the only real diner left in SoHo now that Moonstruck has closed(weep). The food is mediocre at best. The amount of time it takes from order to table often ranges from two minutes to twenty. It is truly a place to nurse a hangover, break up with a lover or slide in for a quick fix on your way to work . Having said that because it is the only diner in Soho it gets a lot of use from my wallet. Don't go there if you are looking for something nice - there are plenty of horrendous trendy little eateries a few blocks up. let's face it- when has diner food ever been a real culinary experience?
Posted by Victor on 01/06/2007
My girlfriend and I ate lunch at Landmark. The restaurant is a relic, a remnant of a bygone era. The décor probably has not changed in a generation. Despite being surrounded by patrons nursing hangovers and eating breakfast at 3pm, when the server abruptly asked for my order, I chose the souvlaki (seemed like a reasonable idea considering that the sign outside touted Greek specialties); my girlfriend opted or an omelet. My souvlaki platter was mediocre at best. The chicken was a plain piece of breast meat, pounded thin then cooked on the griddle. Only one pita was on the plate, and it was spongy and damp. The tzatziki was a goopy concoction; real tzatziki would have been insulted by its very existence. The French fries were the soggy, mass-produced variety that evoke bittersweet memories of college dining halls and fourth-rate roadside diners visited on roadtrips. My GF declared her omelet to be just “bad”. About the only positive thing I can say about the Landmark experience was that our food arrived 2 minutes after we ordered it; consequently, our time suffering at Landmark was mercifully short. Two final points: (1) it is cash only; and (2) the walk to the basement bathroom gave me the willies.