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  • Steakhouses, Sushi, Kosher, Japanese
  • 25 W 56th St, New York NY10019 40.76292 -73.9759192
  • (Btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
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  • (212) 692-9292
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User Ratings (Based on 72 reviews)

3.245
Food 3.8 Value 2.7
Service 3.2 Atmosphere 3.2

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 692-9292
Fax:
fax
(212) 697-3652
Website:
www.theprimegrill.primehospitalityny.com
Notes:
Delivery Take Out Private Parties Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 12pm-2:30pm+5pm-10:30pm Fri: 12pm-2pm Sat: 8pm-11pm Sun: 5:30pm-10:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Business Dining, Group Dining, Outdoor Dining, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
80.00

User Reviews

  • Prime Grill

    Posted by ari on 05/02/2008

    best kosher meat in the city!

    the food, appetizers, desserts, sides and mostly the steak is exeptional! Despite the exceedingly high prices, it is worth your while. The service is satisfactory, and the place can get loud, but this does not compete with the food. BEST RESTAURANT. hands down.

  • Prime Grill

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/30/2007

    Very Disappointed

    My wife and I just had dinner there last night and I must say that I was extremely disappointed in their food and service. This was the 4th or 5th time I had been there and honestly it will also probably be the last time. I had always considered this establishment to be the creme de la creme of kosher dining. They are certainly probably the most expensive. I knew that we'd be paying somewhere in the neighborhood of $200 for the two of us, but I felt like if we're paying that much money, the food and the service should be excellent. For an appetizer we ordered the duck springrolls for $21 (yes $21!) for 3 small springrolls. They were pretty much tasteless. The BBQ dipping sauce that they were served with was good and helped to give them some sort of flavor. For our entrees, my wife had the rib eye and I had the "fillet". The quotation marks bely the fact that it is not an actual fillet mignon (this is a kosher restaurant so I understood that). Even so, this was probably the most mediocre piece of meat I've ever tasted. I knew it is a lean piece of meat and so I ordered it medium rare. It had no taste and was tough as leather. My wife's rib eye was decent, but certainly not worth the $55 we paid for it. The side dishes were also overpriced and nothing special as well. I wound up eating about half of the meat. What made this all worse was that our waiter never came around to ask us how we were doing or if he could get us anything else. He just kept walking by with my half eaten dinner still sitting in front of me. Eventually I got up to go tell the manager how disappointed I was to be eating at perhaps the best kosher steak house in New York and to be getting such bad food and bad service. For $200 I expected a lot more. He offered me a glass of wine or a complimentary dessert which I refused.

  • Prime Grill

    Posted by anonymous on 11/04/2007

    Too close for comfort

    My wife and I had dinner last night. Food was very good, but the tables were so ridiculously close- you really felt like a sardine- more people should complain- maybe they'll get the message. The food of course was way over priced- which one would expect to some extent- but at lease give a reasonably healthy portion. Overall- disappointed by the atmosphere; but we did enjoy the food.

  • Prime Grill

    Posted by GudelZalmen on 11/01/2007

    Expensive. Great Delmonico

    The Delmonico steak, only available on Tues nights was incredible. The chicken soup, for $15, was pathetic. I expected a great soup but all I got was a tiny bowl of uninspired soup. The owner must laugh hard every time someone orders that soup since it is 99% profit for him. The tables were way too close together, but it was fun listening in on the frummy date going on next to us. How awkward.

  • Prime Grill

    Posted by hmmm... on 08/31/2007

    OK at best

    Was there last night. It was better years ago. The food was ok at best. For $52 a steak it should have been better. They lost our reservation and love to make you wait in the front line. I think they really get a kick out of that. Waitress was friendly, actually the best part of the experience. Tables are waaayyy too close together in some places. I had a headache from the rather loud guy sitting next to us.

  • Prime Grill

    Posted by Ben on 07/26/2007

    best

    The best kosher meat there is, period. Of course it's expensive, and the service could be just a little better. Who cares when you're eating the best steak of your life?

  • Prime Grill

    Posted by annonymous on 06/25/2007

    What a Shame!

    Prime grill has been one of my favorite vists for some time. However on my recent visit (with a booking), the maitre d'hotel couldn't care for his clients, is arrogant and believes he is always right. Once you finish with him and his blonde side kick of "I don't care, not my problem" you can sit down for an ok, somewhat overpriced meal.

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