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Posted by anonymous on 02/18/2010
i went with several friends to have breakfast, when we just sat down, immediately a waiter came over to our table to ask us if we want orange juice, sure why not, and then some coffee, when i started looking at the menu, i discovered that this "freshly squeezed" orange juice costs 9 dollars, and the orange juice was in a big jug waiting to pour to any customer's glass, how fresh could that be, and almost every table has someone drinking the juice, i just don't think this is a good practice for the waiter to kind of force customers to order the juice, well not really force, but they didn't have time to think what else they want, and later found out that this costs 9 dollars, i just don't think this is a good practice for a restaurant. the food was only ok and the coffee tastes like water with bitter taste, and no service at all.
Posted by anonymous on 09/01/2009
took a client here and will never be back. coffee has grounds in it, waiter disappeared for 30 minutes at a time, toast was cold...all that and $23 omelets and $9 OJ...dont these folks know the recession isnt over yet? stay away, New Yorkers!
Posted by anonymous on 08/04/2009
$100 for breakfast -- madness! We ordered 2 entrees, juice and coffee. Everything was delicious but the atmosphere is nothing special. I can thing of 10,000 better places to spend that kind of money in the city.
Posted by Burger Hound on 08/25/2008
Burgers are magical and consistent every time.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/14/2008
We were visitng friends in the city a couple of weeks ago and they took us here on our first day (Friday morning around 11am). We did not have a reservation, but were seated right away. Everyone shared the fruit served in a melon bowl- it was a beautiful work of art, so I felt bad digging in! Each of us ordered one of their HUGE omelettes and it was delicious. I can't speak for the other items on the menu, but if you have a sweet tooth, I think you'll be pleased with Norma's pancakes or french toast. It is a little pricey, but you get a ton of food (I wasn't hungry again until late that night), and it's a fun place!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/01/2008
Consistently good and one of the best places for breakfast in Manhattan, if you're willing to overlook the prices. The tourist have found the place and it's pretty difficult to get a table there now, but that's not their fault.
Posted by Happy Girl on 06/29/2008
I'll start by saying don't go here unless you're prepared to spend some $ on brunch, but if you are it will be delicious. I am usually an omelet person for breakfast but thier sweet picks looked too good to pass up. I had the crunchy french toast, which was delicious and the table's favorite. My favorite, however, was my friend's bana and macadamia nut pancakes, which were huge asnd full of bananas and simply amazing. I will need to try their omelet and frittata next time I am there, but I was not a fan of my best friend's huevos rancheros, too much cheese and not enough flavor. My other fiend's breakfast quesadilla was yummy, he loved it, but I thought their omeletes, which I did not get to try, looked amazing. Also, if you're going to get the orange juice be prepared to drink lots to get your money's worth or maybe split one with a friend. The smoothies are good, coffee was average despite the french press. The presentations are great, a girl at a nearby table got the chocolate french toast which looked like a huge piece of cake with strawberries...can't go wrong there.