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Posted by ScoobyDance on 07/22/2013
Lovely service. Decent atmosphere. But I REALLY don't advise getting the duck salad, described as "Duck & Baby Beet Barley Salad with apple, cumin." There were no beets, only a rather tasteless, beet-colored sauce on the barley. And the duck was a fried duck leg that was SO overcooked, I could barely chew the one (large) bite I bothered with. It was also extremely oversalted. I was with colleagues and potential clients, so I didn't bother sending back, but in almost any other circumstance, I would have. Still hungry after lunch, unfortunately. My colleagues found their dishes satisfactory, but not impressive. I think there are better places in the area.
Posted by Jonny B on 05/05/2012
I like this place. It's grown on me, the food is good and the waiters seem to care and get it. Unique for the area. It's becoming a go to for myself and my girlfriend.
Posted by Neighbor Never Ordering From Here on 04/21/2012
We've eaten here more than 20 times in the last 3 months. The food and atmosphere are fantastic and it's a relatively good value for those of us who live in Midtown Manhattan. The service inside the restaurant is extremely poor: it's like every day someone is new and has not been trained to assist the customer - whether it's seating or taking an order or clearing plates away. And, definitely do not order "to go" from this place. You'll be waiting for hours simply to get someone on the phone to take your order.
Posted by Arthur on 10/21/2011
Great atmosphere, delicious burger and fries, great sides. The main problem is that a whiskey on the rocks is made with a thimble full. I don't mind the price but please pour a decent sized drink. People shouldn't have to order doubles. Otherwise great addition to the area.
Posted by anonymous on 10/14/2011
I had a good experience at Lexington Brass. Went for dinner with a girlfriend about two weeks ago, and although you could tell the waitstaff was new, the food was great and they aimed to please. Crab cakes were great, I had the pork chop -- thought it was very good and my friend had the burger. Fries were delicious. It's a brasserie, a welcome addition to the neighborhood. It was packed with a good looking crowd. I'm going back for lunch on Sunday.
Posted by mdog on 10/13/2011
how are these the same group of owners that own Abe & Arthur's?? food and service was lacking. my steak tasted freezer burnt and like it came from a 7-11. i sent it back and ordered another one. it was off too. my husband got the pork chop which must have been marinated in salt. it was not edible.. they need to work out the kinks and get their food up to par. i think perhaps because it is in a touristy area they can fool the tourists. any true foodie will see right through this place.