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Posted by Salubrious on 12/13/2007
Took refuge & comfort here once after being stood up once, long ago. [Quality comfort food too...] Most excellent staff with fresh fare to offer. Highly recommend all that you'll find within.
Posted by kikinyc1010 on 10/12/2007
Don't let the name fool you. It's a diner, just a diner - that being said, the food is really good. If you need a place to go after a night out drinking, or breakfast on a weekend, this is the place. Just don't expect "restaurant" ambiance or service. It is what it is.
Posted by Emma on 10/22/2006
I went for dinner here on a Sunday night, the restaurant was not busy and yet we had to ask four times for water. They gave me a hard time for wanting to sit while waiting for my friends to arrive even though there was plenty of open seats. They brought my friend the wrong omelet and as soon as we were done eating, the manager asked us to leave because another party was waiting for the table, despite the fact that there were plenty of open booths. Good food, but would never go back because of how we were treated!
Posted by Jen on 08/24/2006
We often order in food for the people in my office. We have always been please with food from Madison Restaurant, as well as with the accuracy of the orders and the speed at which it is delivered.
Posted by Edinaman on 10/30/2005
The lines go out the door on weekends because everything is good. Pancakes, french toast, omelettes, potatos....all just what you'd expect from a great neighborhood diner. The servers are real pro's; they get it right and they get it fast.
Posted by William on 10/24/2005
Keeping to typical diner fare (read: Burgers, Sandwiches, simple Salads, stand-by breakfast dishes) yields pretty darned good results here. Some surprises, like a very good chicken parmesan sandwich or challah french toast, are worth coming back for. Decent service, clean, easy. Just about the best middle-of-the-night or "where do we eat tonight" place in the east mid-50's.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/12/2005
Madison's has the BEST french toast in the city!