Hold down Control (PC) or Command (Mac) key + mouseclick to select more than one option
Posted by Mom who knows great food on 04/06/2011
Service was amazing and our waiter was great. If you don't eat red meat like me there was a lot of great chicken dishes. Pricing was great and affordable for those who want to spend a little less at a nice restaurant. Loved it and is going on my top Manhattan Kosher restaurants.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/08/2011
I went last night for dinner for the third time. the service was so bad i will have to rethink going back. 1- i orderd soup and when it was brought to me the server looked at me and wanted me to move the bottem plate for him so he can put the soup down. 2 -evrytime i tried calling a surver to add to our order sombody ran away and the waiter never came!! 3- the forgot some dishes on our order. 4-i was at the resturant opening week (mistake) and i orderd some stuff . i asked the waiter who was my waiter that time and he started fighting with me that they never had anything remotly close to what i wanted. He kept on insisting that it was at prime grill. Finally, he called over a nother waiter who was also there since it inseption who was able to guide me to what i was looking for. i hope this critic leads to better service bc i would to see another kosher restuarant succed
Posted by Nina on 02/21/2011
Dont know why the mixed reviews--food is fantastic, atmosphere lovely, for kosher and nonkosher eateries alike, this place is a winner. Took my teen age and adult kids and older inlaws last night, everyone loved it--salads, soups, sushi, meat, it was all excellent and I am a foodie. Great addition to the kosher restaurant landscape.
Posted by mcslam on 01/12/2011
PrimeKO is another one of those overpriced, kosher restaurants that tries to fit into the secular scene of fine dining and just didn't make it. To be honest I am not the type of person to be writing reviews on restaurants but this bothers me in an indescribable way that I felt the obligation to write something. The service for one, is beyond one of the most disappointing I have ever experienced. The food is overpriced, (just like every other kosher restaurant). Look, I don't mind spending money on food. I come from a family where a good meal is the priority, but this food is just too inconsistent. I consider myself a real sushi fanatic, but the rolls are not so good compared to other Japanese restaurants in Manhattan. Though, compared to Kosher sushi, it was not bad. (Yes I am saying that Kosher sushi is worse than the regulars). To sum this entire review up, only go to this place if you have to. Another tip is go during hours that are busy, (i.e. early dinner hours, as opposed to later ones), so that the service will not be as bad.
Posted by Prime KO Review on 12/12/2010
If you're in the mood for great tasting food and quality service ... Go elsewhere! The portions at Prime KO are tiny , the service is disgraceful and the ingredient choices in some of the dishes were simply inedible . In addition , the food was extremely overpriced in comparison to the quality of the dishes. After dinner I found myself down the block ordering a burger due to the tiny portion size. Just shameful.
Posted by hard kipa on 12/04/2010
after all these years my thoughts on kosher dining is this: go only when you have to, because it never gets past mediocre!
Posted by Twigling on 11/21/2010
Joke: old man says to waiter, "there are 2 things wrong with this soup. It doesn't taste good and there isn't enough of it." This was my experience at Prime Ko. The food is not bad, it is just average. This would not be so bad, but it was so overpriced. A friend and I shared 4 apps. 1) 4 meat dumplings 2) 2 fish skewers with about 2 ounces of fish on each 3) 4 rice crackers with a teaspoon of fish puree 4) 2 sliders with a tiny beef patty. Each appetizer was $15-$17! There are much better kosher options in the city. Prime Ko is a big joke at the expense of the kosher cunsumer.