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Posted by Anonymous on 11/18/2012
Had the guacamole and chips and it was delicious. I liked that the tortilla chips were actually cooked upon ordering and not served from a prepackaged bag. Everyone at my table enjoyed everything they ordered. 7 meals, from baked ziti, to spaghetti and meatballs, to linguine with sausage, to a chicken burrito, all tasted great, everything fresh and full of flavor. I prefer this place over Tutta Pasta. Good quality food for a great price. Bill for 7 meals, 2 appetizers, and a pitcher of Sangria (not weak at all) totaled $118.00.
Posted by Mike on 11/11/2011
My wife and I both could not believe this place existed where it did. Living in central Park Slope, we rarely went past 15th street on 5th Avenue. Found this place through restaurant.com, thought it sounded interesting. On a completely dead, nondescript block, this place is remarkable. The menu is very interesting and creative. Standard Mexican, but inventive Italian dishes including seafood. I've had several different dishes there, and they're all prepared fresh and in a manner befitting a restaurant in a much higher price bracket. The sides are fantastic, and the portions are solid. I was so impressed with this place, we've been back nearly once a week thereafter. Really worth a longer walk if you live in the Slope. Shame that its so isolated in its location.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/18/2011
Great place! Was completely surprised by how good the food because the place was empty during prime dinner hours. Have been back many times since and almost everything they make is excellent and completely fresh. The Branzino is superb. The burgers, the sopes (made fresh every day), eggplant parm, the lunch specials... pretty much everything is great and the prices are almost too cheap. Oh yeah they have the best huevos rancheros I have ever tasted and I've tried probably 15 places in the neigborhood before I tried this place. It's on the old menu but they make it on request.
Posted by Richard on 12/24/2010
I live and work in Park Slope and Sunset Park one day while trying to expand our lunch selection last Spring we came across Monsignors and we took a menu or two back to the office. While were we ordering a patron had just finished eating and was getting ready to leave. I struck up a conversation to pick her brain and get an opinion on the place. She had nothing but wonderful things to say about the meal she just had. I owe that woman one hell of a hug! Now 9 months later Raphael the chef and proprietor at Monsignors has awakened my pallet with his absolutely amazing and well dressed courses. This chefs food is well beyond any caliber in this neighborhood. His plates come to your table as works of art, the combination of flavors and ingredients envelope a love for his art that I have never seen in this area. What makes his entrees even more appetizing are the prices, do not expect obese portions it would violate the culinary code of quality versus quantity. A meal for two with appetizers and drinks will run you near $60.00 before tip and you will not be disappointed! In 9 months we have never doubted any meal we have ordered unlike most if the places in Park Slope that can be hit or miss Monsignors has the consistency of a 5 star restaurant. As for service you can watch your meal being prepared before you in a setting of kitchen forward and you will witness a true master of the culinary arts perform. On this Christmas Eve we shared in their anniversary and the menu specials once again blew us away the Lamb Chops left me jealous that I can never make them as well. As I have told my wife after first ordering the Pork Chop with polenta, apricot, peach and spinach in a pickle and pork reduction "I have found who I want to make my last meal in this life..."