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Posted by Anonymous on 06/09/2009
This is the best dinner in the neighborhood. Food is good and fresh. Delivery is very good, food comes quickly and they have never messed up an order.
Posted by ty1040 on 06/09/2009
Prepare to be ripped off. I have been going off and on for years. Just tried home delivery - two club sandwiches for $27. Ridiculous!
Posted by Uncle Wiggly on 05/08/2009
Their food is really good, however, we've had such trouble with delivery! Just about every time we order there is some sort of mishap...we've had the wrong food a few times, and they've taken down our information wrong several times resulting in long delays. Now that I'm writing this, I'm wondering why we still order from Mansion. Mmmmm....dark. Anyway, the staff is friendly, just kind of clueless.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/03/2009
I ordered off this menu. The actual prices were double. I ordered a cobb salad that was 12.95 and when the bill arrived the price jumped to 19.95. And it came with the tiniest slice of avocado. They forgot to give me salad dressing. And the bread was stale. I was really unimpressed with this diner.
Posted by best diner on UES on 04/11/2009
this is the best place to go or to order from. they have all the comfort food you love and the portions are huge so leftovers are a fantastic byproduct!
Posted by Ryan on 12/16/2008
My fiance and I moved to the area in May and fell in love the Mansion. It is beautiful for a diner and always is decorated well for the holidays. The food is great across the board and the servings are generous. Best of all is the people. You go there and are treated like family. Everybody knows you from the hostess to the servers. Exactly what you want in a neighborhood place.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/02/2008
This is one of the few places in the modern world where you can truly go in, and everybody knows your name. Every night you see people from all the surrounding buildings, and the staff and the patrons all know each other, exchange exuberant greetings, and feel at home plus a side of lively community. I've been going there since I was threeso that's twenty-three years. Hasn't let me down yet.