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Posted by xanos3001 on 02/04/2005
I went during the Restaurant Week Winter 2005 and it was great. The price was right and the portions, three course, were good for lunch. No Fosters though but they did have other beers and wines. The tables were big and there is also a fireplace which made me feel warm since it was so cold outside. The noise level was just right for me since I speak loudly. Our waiter who started his first day FEB 2 was very funny and did a great job!
Posted by Lara on 01/14/2005
Well after my boyfriend and I had walked all over the city we decided to eat here. The food was excellent! I had the Clay Baked Sea Bass. That was by far the best fish I have had so far. Prices are slightly high but the food is well worth it. I would go again if I lived there.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/30/2004
My first time there for a business lunch and I was blown away by the numerous seafood options. As a lover of all kinds of seafood, I had a hard time deciding on an entree, but went with my good ole fav: seared tuna. The tuna was done to perfection, rare the way I wanted it and nestled on top of a bed of delicious Asian vegatables. I had a mixed green salad with goat cheese to start, which was also quite good. Perhaps one of my favorite things about the restaurant was that they bring you your own little pitcher of soda when you order a soft drink so that you can refill your beverage a couple of times without having to wait for a waiter. Though I didnt have it, the suhsi also looked very good and I live the fact that there is free dried fruit, chocolate, and cookies at the host station (though that might only be for the holidays). A great place to go, but only if you are okay with shelling out some cash.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/15/2004
Everything here is fabulaous! A little pricey, but it is well worth the $$$.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/06/2004
I think this could be my favorite restaurant in the city. Seafood is amazing, live music is great, and I am always treated well. The dancing shrimp looks better on another table, not that exciting to eat, but everything else is awsome.The place next store - Trattoria Dell'Arte - I think they own that also, and it was great too.
Posted by karen wilson, england on 10/01/2004
I couldn't have thought of a better first time dining experience in new york.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/03/2004
Three rumpled 50+ females late in the afternoon. No one blinked an eye at our disarray and we were warmly greeted. The waiter was jolly and guided us through our choices and the service was prompt and friendly. Two of us had mahi mahi which was done to perfection--I couldn't have asked for better. The third had just the dancing shrimp and raved. This is a good busy avenue choice.