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Moonstruck on 2nd
Posted by kango on 03/28/2010
The owner would probably like to know that the female phone staff often attempts to turnaway customers. "Its going to be over an hour", "are you sure you still want to order from here", "the lattes are expensive, get them elsewhere"...
Posted by Anonymous on 03/01/2010
There is nothing special or good about this dinner. I would recommend other locations in the the village before you step foot in this place. Many times they have given me the wrong food and then they were upset when I corrected them. Avoid it if you can!
Posted by del on 02/14/2010
My friends & I walked out of two other restaurants in the area on a Saturday night (without waiting to be served) because they were so noisy -- mostly from loud music, and people talking loud in order to be heard above it. We walked into Mooonstruck with a little trepidation, and were surprised & pleased to find that no music at all seemed to be playing, and the place was quiet indeed compared to the other two. Apparently the other diners also preferred to dine without racket, as there was virtually no loud talking. The generous-portion food was good, especially the crisp salad, and the specials quite reasonably priced. The waiter, while not chatty, was competent and polite. A good place to go back to.
Posted by NYChemist on 12/13/2009
My experience at Moonstruck is one of exceeding mediocrity. Generally I go on Sunday mornings, around brunch time. It is admittedly busy, but usually only three servers are on duty. They are fairly pleasant, but extremely slow. On a recent visit, I ordered the brunch special. She forgot to bring the fruit cup that came with the special and the coffee was old/burnt tasting. Although not deal breakers for me, it nearly impossible to flag the waitress down to correct the problem. The next time I saw her was when the omelettes came. Frankly, far too late. I know its busy, but in order to keep the restaurant busy, there should be enough servers to actually attend the customers. I likely will not return for brunch, and would recommend Moonstruck only to those looking to be frustrated on a Sunday morning.
Posted by de on 04/09/2009
4/9/09 The food was delivered exactly on time and was hot. The food was delicious; the guests all commented on this. I would certainly use them again.
Posted by jl on 03/31/2009
i don't even live in NY but whenever i do go there me and my dad go to moonstruck all the time, there food is great, and the guys there are awesome, they have some real good service too, i recommend i love it.
Posted by Peter on 11/22/2008
I don't care for diners. My parents always dragged me to a diner when I was a kid. When I left for college, I'd sometimes order diner food as a cure for homesickness. It never failed to work, as the fare was as bland and lifeless as any of the diners I remembered. Imagine my surprise when I recently ordered in an eggs Benedict from Moonstruck a great-tasting Benedict that was actually hot arrived with all of the appropriate accoutrements. I can count the instances on one hand where I'd ordered breakfast to the apartment and it arrived hot. Tonight my girlfriend and I ordered in the Greek broiled chicken. The chicken was extremely tender and juicy. The side dishes were all up to snuff. It's a huge meal for one person, but perfect for two. At $15 that makes it a bargain. Order in and split the meal.