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Posted by uwsgal on 11/19/2013
By far this isy favorite us diner and possibly even the city! They got a great cook here...for instance: Order eggs in most diners and they are bland and dry... Here they are fluffy and tasty! Everything is great and fresh! They redecorated and its so much warmer and this is my go to diner even though two other diners are closer.... Its that good!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/26/2013
I'd been here several times and it was always decent--nothing spectacular, but perfectly acceptable. I liked their cole slaw. However, the last time I went, I ordered a turkey sandwich and it was terrible! I was a little annoyed that it had lettuce on it, but that's easy enough to fix. What could not be fixed was the fact that the turkey had veins of plastic-like, fatty looking stuff all through it. Most of the meat turned out to be inedible because of that! I didn't think it was possible to mess up something so simple, but Manhattan Diner managed to do it. I will not be going here again.
Posted by Mike on 10/31/2012
I shouldve listened before ordering. Its going on an hr and 5 min .. I live 2 avenues away and simply ordered pancakes and a shake. I've called twice and I've been hung up on once. I feel bad for this delivery man when he arrives.
Posted by Dena the Tourist on 08/21/2012
Ate here 3 times during my 4 day stay. Obviously loved my breakfast since I came back for more that evening for dinner. The waiter and kitchen staff were wonderful. All smiles and quick. Definitely recommend. Reasonably priced also. Was even entertained just watching the staff hustle. You don't see that too often.
Posted by Dragon Fish on 07/08/2012
I have not had a lot of items here yet. But ordered the mucho nachos- belch huh! Not only did they give my condiments in very small containers, the the chilly use was definitely from a can! The chips were ok.
Posted by csc on 02/11/2012
I live a block away and have eaten here a few times. The simple staples like a club sandwich or burger are okay. But a lot of foods they serve are clearly frozen and should not be. (Fresh waffles? Forget it.) Too much of their food obvious was packaged in giant bags or boxes far away months ago. It affects the taste and even texture. "Fresh" is not a word that applies to this place. Just stick to foods that are simple to prepare and unlikely to be frozen (eggs, bacon, simple sandwaiches, etc.). But don't expect quality from everything else (french fries, waffles, chicken strips, salads, vegetables, etc.)
Posted by Herb Bascious on 06/03/2011
When I saw that Key West Diner had closed I assumed it was for renovations (which were badly needed considering the general buildup of grime). Only a few months later a new diner opens up in its place and I was livid. I refused to go in out of spite for the first few months but starving and around midnight the other night my wife and I decided to break down and give Manhattan Diner a shot. Not that I make many decisions but this had to have been of my all time best. The new decor is vintage and modern simultaneously and the service made us feel special. The food didn't come out as fast as it did when it was Key West but the food at Key West didn't taste as delicious as Manhattan. The service also included a charming conversation that was both topical and humorous. Needless to say we left with a smile on our faces and our stomachs full of good eats. Enjoy!