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Posted by Ananymous on 05/19/2012
Had dinner here and loved the food. service can be a bit distracted but overall the experience was well worth it. Very reasonable prices for inspired cooking and a lovely quiet atmosphere makes this a restaurant you want to return to
Posted by tbone on 04/21/2012
title says it all not for tourist or students!!!..... us locals need a place to get away!!
Posted by anonymous on 04/10/2012
The food was good, but not good enough to outweigh the slow, incompetent service. Definitely won't be going back. Party of 4 on a Mon night. Was fairly empty the whole time, but somehow service was miserable. It took half an hour to get a bowl of tomato soup. Dinner took an hour to arrive. And even though they were aware how slow they were, and apologized, they didn't speed up their actions after that. After we got dessert, they arrived with the check and we had to ask where the coffee we ordered was. For the price of the food, I expect much better.
Posted by anonymous on 01/28/2010
Beautifully prepared food, very tasty, rather quiet atmosphere, and excellent service. Great desserts too. What more can you ask.
Posted by GramercyGal on 08/05/2009
This place has such potential. The initial ambiance is cute and cozy, until you take a harder look and realize the fabrics and decor is fairly outdated and could use a some revamping. The food was just ok. Nothing impressive whatsoever. The presentation was nice. Three out of four of us the pre fixe menu, which was a good selection of the menu. I had a potato leek soup with bacon and crispy onions... and it was just okay. I also had the Long island duck breast, with wild rice and pepper timbale, kumquat and cherry compote, brown shallot au jus - which was just okay. The rice was undercooked and over done with peppers and the duck was just... eh. For dessert I had a blueberry turnover with a raspberry lemon sauce... and it was just okay. To be honest, even my other guest's meals were pretty forgettable. I will say though that the wine list was nice and surprisingly affordable. The service, although nice, was sooooo incredibly slow. We were there for 3 hours, and not by choice. Often we had empty plates sitting in front of us for far too long and we were there over 20 minutes before they brought bread and such to the table. I enjoy a leisrely meal, but this was a bit too slow paced in my opinion. All in all, I won't be back or recommend this place. I certainly hope someone buys it and revamps it... like I said, it has good bones but needs some serious overhauling.
Posted by A hidden gem on 12/04/2008
Went here for the 3rd time in 4 months last night. This place does not disappoint. And last night I discovered they have a great bar in the back of restaurant. Food is always good, service was good. Found it by accident but it is staying on my list.
Posted by Lee on 11/19/2008
Second recent visit. The food is creative in still a familiar mode (no pomegranate seed extracts...), and masterfully done. Describe your taste for medium-medium-rare lamb, and, lo and behold, that's exactly what you get. Four of us on two occasions shared a wide variety of everything, and there was not a single disappointment in the lot - to the contrary. I was surprised at the negative comment about service, as we were a long-sitting talkative group, who may have shorted the waitress out of an additional table each time, but she was kind and thoughtful as could be at every step, as were the other staff. And the prices are incredibly reasonable for what you get. The a la carte entree with a side dish is unbelievably inexpensive. We'll be taking out-of-towners here to show what Ny can do at its best.