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Percy's Tavern and Ally O's Kitchen
Posted by bob moylan on 12/06/2011
Stopped by for a Saturday brunch...great LES pub....partner had the Irish Breakfast...me the fish & chips. Would recommend
Posted by CZGuest on 11/20/2011
Wow, different type of place for the East Village. Very comfortable pub/ restaurant. Dark wood, cozy interior The type of place you really don't see anymore. Good comfort style food. Plenty of space and friendly service. Two thumbs up!
Posted by Tea on 10/03/2011
I popped in because I never noticed the restaurant before. Beautiful wood interior. I ordered the daily special "Blackened Shark, sweet potato fries and sauteed spinach. It was to die for. Absolutely perfect. The fish was not overcooked or oversalted. The sweet potato fries were hand cut, according to the server, daily. Cooked to perfection with a beautiful carmellization on the exterior and sweet and soft on the inside. I will be returning again!
Posted by Kate on 03/17/2011
I came here since I noticed the old Arabic place that used to be here has been replaced. It's my first Irish/Celtic restaurant ever in the city and my boyfriend and I absolutely loved it! We had the bacon wrapped scallops to start, the bacon was just crisp enough and the scallops were such a soft texture. I had the salmon special with honey pepper sauce and I ate every single bit. My date had the corned beef and cabbage. I had never tried corned beef but it was absolutely delectable, the beef was lean and the spicy mustard made it perfect. I also enjoyed the 'percy's apple' drink which is whiskey, sour apple and cranberry. I'm not even a whiskey drinker at all and I'm going to try to make this drink at home now. I can't wait to go back. They also have Irish performers every now and then so I really want to check that out.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/04/2011
My husband and I have been there twice, and plan on going back again. The servers are friendly, and they give you time between courses to relax and enjoy the meal. Some places try to get you out under 45 minuties. The menu isn't extensive, but what they offer is done well. Another real plus is that the tables aren't on top of each other.