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Posted by anonymous on 08/05/2009
My mother and I walked past so many diners determined to find this one because of so many good reviews. We had just gotten into town and when we saw that the diner was dead on a Sunday morning in NYC, living in the city we should've known to find another diner. However we ate there. Our waitress was a witch. I ordered pancakes and I love all kinds of pancakes and put them in syrup. I couldn't put them in the syrupor they would taste worse then they would dry. Her omelette was not good either. If we were not so tired we would have left.
Posted by Ryan on 12/28/2008
We always go to Midtown several times while on vacation. Menu is huge as are the meals. Food is better than at most diners but it is the people that makes it so cool. Ask to sit in Gigi's section you won't regret it.
Posted by Won't go back Mediocre at Best on 12/11/2008
The food is okay at best. Stale cole slaw and over cooked burger. Cobb salad looked like it had been made a few months ago. I've been to better diners. This place is a pass in my book.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/08/2008
I have been to a lot of diners in and around the city and this is definitely one of the best places I've ever been to! Not only is the food great, but the service is friendly and helpful too! The menu is huge and varied and I have yet to have a bad experience there.
Posted by Gene on 07/11/2008
We are a family of 6 which included 2 children ages 7 and 10. The menu is quite large. The servings were really large. This place is very family oriented. The service was outrstanding. Our wait person is GiGi, and she was outstanding. She is very pleasant and courteous. I would recommend that you ask for GiGi. Our family was very pleased with the food, serving size and GiGi service.
Posted by wing expert on 04/16/2008
I'm from Buffalo, home of the wing, and I beg to differ about fried wings. They are ALWAYS deep fried and the sauce is added later.
Posted by Allan on 02/10/2008
Given the reviews on Menu Pages, me and my travelling companion ate Sunday brunch here recently. I imagined a larger place, but finding a table was easy and service was fast. The food was gi-normous: pancakes for me and frittata for her, plus endless coffee and a mimosa. We paid $26 altogether including tip and didn't have dinner for 7 more hours. We were stuffed. The pancakes were fluffy and huge. Add two sausages and my belly was full and satisfied. Her frittata was heavy on the cheese, with a thick layer on top which was too much, but the rest of it was well-made and hearty. Don't expect fine dining here. The plastic glass of water was cracked and I had to ask for a replacement after it soaked my napkin. It is a diner and the staff works at twice the speed, but it is certainly cozy and unpretentious. Next time I'm in Manhattan I'll come back. Happy customer.