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Posted by Malka on 11/29/2004
Gourmet kosher but expensive.
Posted by Dan & Aly on 10/27/2004
I took out my girlfriend to PG tonight. We had an all around enjoyable experience - I guess the happiness hit us as we were leaving - Aly got excited from the meal and was happy ( she is hard to please... sometimes). The hostesse's are pretty enough to come back to PG, but are could have served us better - they sat us right next to another couple when there were only two parties in the whole restaurant. The waiters seem to pressure people to order right away, and to order a lot of the more expensive items (recommending that those are 'the best'). She had the BBQ duck spring rolls (excellent, but a small portion), while I had the beef jerky (great spices and a large portion). We had two glasses of the Merlot 2002 from Israel. We shared ($6 extra) the Park Avenue Rib Eye, which is a large, thick, and fatty steak - I think its a great steak to get because it is from the rib of the cow, and it is quite large (22oz.). For dessert, the warm chocolate cake (what Aly ordered) is good because not only do you need a sweet rush to wake you up from all that eating, but it is also nice to have the contrast of the warm cake with the cold ice cream scoop it comes with (it is a small portion). I had the brownie sundae which has three scoops of ice cream over a large (and sort of hard) brownie - it's good too - but I think you should go with the warm chocolate cake - besides, how can you finish all that dessert (recommendation - share a brownie sundae if you are with your girlfriend). The lighting is set at a perfect dim, and the celings and walls look great - great atmosphere. In comparison to Le Marais, I think the atmosphere is more attractive, and the food is a notch better. Based on word of mouth, I feel that PG is one of the top kosher restaurants now (not that there are too many out there). We would go back.
Posted by janie on 08/11/2004
We have been here several times, spending $100 per person, and in each instance have been rushed from our table. In one instance, our appetizers arrived before our drinks did due to the rush to get us out....not relaxing; we'll skip this place from now on unless desparate. Prefer Domani or Park East Grill for the money.
Posted by blondy on 07/26/2004
I went here for a large party following my brother's law school graduation. We had to wait half an hour for the table, but once seated the service was good. Food was surprisingly delicious, and the sushi was excellent. Would highly recommend.
Posted by Ari G on 07/13/2004
My wife and I recently ate at the prime grill. We were both very impressed. The room was beautiful, we especially liked the ceiling, which has stars that light up while you eat (very cool). My wife had sushi and said it was wonderful (I have to take her word for it, never touch the stuff) my short ribs were the best I ever had. Our waiter recommended the duck spring rolls, which were out of this world. Definitely the best kosher restaurant we've ever been to. Can't wait to go back.
Posted by Disappointed on 07/05/2004
My husband and I went for a nice dinner out and were very disappointed in the service, food and value of our dinner here. Having been to Talia's several times, we expected food on at least that level and wanted to tell readers not to expect service or food as good. My husband ordered the filet and had to send it back as the waiter agreed it "had been aged too long" and was totally dried out. My barbecued short ribs were excellent but didn't make up for the lacking service or $160 total bill for the two of us.
Posted by group5 on 07/05/2004
steak was greasy. got chased out of the retaurant at 10 pm baecause they were closing. french fries are better at kosher delight. overated. lemare beats this place in all categories price taste and value.