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Posted by yushka on 07/13/2005
This is the place to go if you're in the mood for......anything! They have american, chinese, deli, sushi, shwarma, and it's all great! The service may be a bit slow, but that's only b/c the restaurant is always full. The atmosphere is nice, with jewish memorobilia lining the dimly lit walls. It is, however, quite noisy, but that shouldn't bother anyone who comes for the great food. Try the matzoh ball soup, and the sushi. Watch out for the bathrooms, though, they're a bit cramped!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/17/2005
The bologna sandwich was wonderful. The pickle was a disgrace to the "kosher dill" though. Also, I wanted a combination of meats (not double the meat though...that would be way too much for me) and they could only do it for the price of two sandwiches (customer service issues).
Posted by BeefMan on 09/18/2004
Although the service, price, and atmosphere aren't PERFECT, the food is. I tried the Beef Kebab and I am in love. I am going right now to eat some more.
Posted by air on 08/08/2004
When you order a shwermaah on a beget it the best dish they have there. You won't regret ordering it. You will finish it and you well enjoy every bit.
Posted by SteveK on 05/13/2004
Knick season ticket holders who eat kosher know that this is THE place to go before the game. Deli is solid, service is good. Atmoshere? It's a real NY deli... if you want peace and quiet this is not the place. Bonus - Sushi is excellent!
Posted by daniel on 03/07/2004
I know Mr. Broadway for a very very long time. The place has grown to all time New York landmark serving excellent chinese, sushi, deli, grill and other special meditarenian food. I tried many of the dishes and I can say without a doubt that they are great. No wonder it is difficult to find a seat at luch time or dinner even with the new dining room. Try it and I am sure you will love it. My entire office orders lunch from there on almost a daily basis.
Posted by D. Margolin on 07/01/2003
I don't know about that last shmuck who said that Mr. Broadway wasn't any good, but I thought the place was amazing. The food was delicious and the service, impeccable. As the waiters brought out trays and trays of the most delectable delicacies, my mouth salivated with anticipation. What more can I say? I was touched in the most innermost part of my soul.