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Posted by Jay on 04/28/2009
My wife and I went here for our wedding anniversary. The waiters remembered this from the reservation, put Happy Anniversary on our desert and were very nice. The food was excellent and very creative. We got there before 6:45 so we got the Theatre menu for $45 per person.
Posted by fat guy knows his food on 04/19/2009
If you want a top notch, elegant, romantic spot, this is it. If you are going to complain dinner lasted too long or portions weren't comparable to the price, you are in the wrong place. Plain and simple. The townhouse is gorgeous. The Beef Wellington is the best in the city. The service is superb. Anyone who tells you otherwise shouldn't be permitted to write reviews... anywhere.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/16/2009
Although quite expensive for a mid-week meal, if you are looking for a great meal in a quiet, romatic atmosphere, this is the perfect place. Our food was cooked to perfection and I can honestly say, I had absolutely no complaints (which is odd for me). The service was decent, not as attentive as I would have normally liked, but sufficient. The live piano music was definitely a nice touch.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/15/2009
Great, very romantic atmosphere, but food and staff attitude are disappointing. After having waited for 45-50 min for appetizers, I asked for a manager, who came and said that we've only been waiting for 40 min and this is normal. Then, the duck breast entree came overcooked (I asked for "medium rare, closer to rare", but it came perfect medium). After the dinner, I complained to the manager, and she said that it was not true and that she could care less if we ever came back. Can you imagine that attitude? As West Villagers, we have a great choice in terms of restaurants nearby and we swear to NEVER come back.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/02/2009
Great atmosphere. OK service, but not great service. I don't mind paying for great food, but the food wasn't even good. The arctic char had a funny taste and the rare duck was tough. The 'upside down pineapple cake' dessert would have been good if the cake didn't taste like it was several days old. Very disappointing!!
Posted by Mike on 02/21/2009
I decided to take my girlfriend out for a Valentine's Day dinner at a lavish restaurant in NYC. The restaurant was lavish but that's about it! The bill came out to $366 with the tip. For the amount of food you get, the price was not worth it. The portions were extremely small...not worth the money. We were both still hungry when we left. A complete scam if you ask me. At least give bigger portions for that kind of money. If money is no object, then by all means, this place is for you! Besides the food, it was a great dining experience. The staff was very professional and the ambience is unlike any other place I've ever been to....Did I mention it was not worth paying that kind of money. Even if you're extremely sound financially, go somewhere else! Really.
Posted by Gary Lucas on 02/10/2009
froomt he minute we walked in we were looked after . Our coats were taken and we were showen to a table for drinks. Once our diner table was ready we were showen to it. iCan say enough good things about this restaurant this has been my second ime there.