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Posted by kj on 02/12/2013
The most unappetizing collection of tasteless, overcooked, or just plain disappointing buffet food for takeout. Avoid the meatballs at all costs--had to spit them out.
Posted by anonymous on 05/10/2012
I stop here frequently for breakfast to eat on my commute to Connecticut. Granted, I'm there so early that I almost never see another customer, but I think the employees are very friendly. They remember me, even if it's been a few weeks, and ask how I'm doing. I like the generous seating area. The food is just the normal NYC deli food, not bad, not special. I wish they had a better selection of coconut water, but I think this place is worth stopping at.
Posted by pinkee on 04/04/2012
Stayed at the Barclay and called in here for breakfast for convenience. Staff could not understand what we were saying ( we are from England ) and the order was incorrect , I'm still waiting for the cup of tea. Standard of food was unappetizing, but cheap and you could tell.
Posted by Layla on 09/17/2011
Stayed at Barclay (Intercontinental New York Hotel) and ate breakfast at Longwood Gourmet. The staff are very rude and disrespectful. They make you feel uncomfortable. It is as you are causing them inconvenience for walking in their deli. I have not seen such a poor service at any other delis in NYC. I will not go there anymore!!!
Posted by David Pitt on 04/28/2010
Stayed at the Barclay but ate B-Fast here plus evening meals sometimes. Staff cheery and helpful and food great. Pick what you want and pay by weight. On our 2nd trip we were at the Grand Hyatt but still ate here. Worth seeking out for the quality, value and experience.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/03/2009
Stayed at the Marriott across the street. Went to LG for lunch. The sandwiches are great and all the extras to choose from around the deli. The atmosphere is cold. You feel like you are an imposition to the staff. The deli staff looks at you and actually turn their heads away. Be prepared to wait regardless of the time of day. In NYC and today's economy they need to change their attitude other wise they just might have a "for rent" sign in the window next time.
Posted by FSVA on 05/14/2008
It takes forever for the food preparer to take your order - it doesn't matter if the line is extremely long or short. They just look at you and glance away quickly. They give the clear impression that they do not care. And the cashiers, just plain rude. I stopped going to this place because of the service and found a better Cafe down the street. With so many Delis and Cafes in midtown it is their loss.