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Posted by ZCDIV on 10/22/2006
If you like to wait hours for delivery this is your place... we called multiple times to check on our order, and they just kept lying to us that the food was on its way. This place is 2 blocks from our house, and it took over an hour from the time we placed the call to receive breakfast. We FINALLY received the food, and it was not very good. Corned beef hash tasted subpar, pancakes taste like cardboard and are gritty, fries were soggy, and the bacon, egg & cheese -- I finally figured out who can screw up a bacon, egg & cheese sandwich... Murray Hill Diner.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/05/2006
Perfect eggs, tasty french toast, and the coffee was good and hot. The staff was friendly and efficient.
Posted by ann on 05/02/2006
We ate here nearly every morning while we were in town, the menu is fanastic, with a varied choice of things to eat. The girls serving us is in a morning were the most two of the pleasant and charming people we met on our trip, they served us great coffee and tasty food with a really geniune smile. The best start to any day...
Posted by Willy on 02/26/2006
This place is one of the best diners in New York. Nothing in the area remotely compares to it. I love the huge menu, and you have to try their sausage. Great place to order in from on a Sunday.
Posted by NYCfoodguy on 10/23/2005
They do so much right here- eggs cooked exactly to your liking, wonderful french toast, and delicious fresh brewed coffee to name a few. Take a pass on the eggs benedict though- a little too lemony. The nicely renovated environs make for a pleasant diner experience, and that waitstaff is very accomodating. Delivery work well too.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/12/2005
This restaurant was one of the highlights of my stay in NYC the week before Christmas. Its location couldn't be more central: on Lexington near 33rd. The menu is diverse. They have a great breakfast (delicious egg dishes, breakfast meats, etc... anything you could want) & some ethnic dishes that remind you you're in NYC (Jewish food, Greek dishes, etc.). The soup of the day is a godsend! The service is brisk but friendly. Lots of regulars here from the 55-and-over highrise apartments across the street. This only adds to the NYC ambience. This restaurant would make a great gathering place for all your traveling companions to regroup at any time of the day or evening.