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Posted by Nico. on 10/20/2014
Like many of you.. I know good food. Italian born, parents owned two small, neighborhood restaurants. My mom and aunt were the cooks.No hired hands. I used to wash the dishes sometimes. I LOVE to cook. When we go out we want good food and it ALL starts with ingredients. This place is the real deal. Everything on our foursome table was fresh, well prepared and flat out good.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/08/2013
Main courses were delicious, and perfectly cooked. Sides were a la carte which for the price of the main courses, was surprising. Overall a pleasant experience, nice neighborhood as well.
Posted by Chelsea on 12/19/2011
Stopped in for lunch. Food was fresh and very good, but not amazing. Maybe my expectations were too high. The lobster bisque special was alright, could have been better. Falafel burger (no bread) was was very nice, but again nothing extraordinary. Over all this place was a nice choice for an afternoon lunch, but not amazing.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/03/2011
The food here is pretty legit. Portions aren't huge but the quality more than makes up for it. The burger is one of the best you'll have in the city (Corner Bistro's burger can't hold a candle against this one). Desserts were awesome too, including a delicious pumpkin creme brulee that had roasted pears and pecans - it was pretty amazing.
Posted by sangermatt on 07/06/2011
Stopped in for a quick bite at Market Table and was not disappointed. I had the scallop crudo while my partner had the beef carpaccio. Neither were perfect - too much pineapple on my crudo, a hard boiled egg that seemed out of place in the carpaccio - but both were very tasty, fun, and showed a significant level of skill and creativity.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/07/2011
Let me start off by saying that the service here is fantastic and the ambiance lovely. Unfortunately, the most important part of any restaurant experience, the food, is nothing rather disappointing. Their menu is extremely limited and there are no specials, which would have helped a lot. The portions are extremely small and eating a main course leaves you hungry. So, hoping to get satisfaction out of desert you are disappointed once again: the pickings are slim and when it does arrive it's rather disappointing. Perhaps someone should explain to the chef here that chocolate bread pudding is NOT and never should be a brownie with ice cream. Nothing against brownies, but when I order bread pudding I expect bread pudding as it should be, not a tiny chocolate cookie with pop-corn on top. Overall, a very disappointing dining experience in a very lovely atmosphere!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/20/2011
You can tell that there is a talented chef in the kitchen at Market Table. The entrees have sophisticated flavors and are plated beautifully. Not expensive by NYC standards...Spent $150 (including tip) on 4 drinks, 2 appys, and 2 entrees, 1 desert. Nice West Village atmosphere as well. I would recommend.