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Remedy Diner

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  • Diners & Coffee Shops
  • 245 E Houston St, New York NY10002 40.721676 -73.985503
  • (At Norfolk St)
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  • (212) 677-5110
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User Ratings (Based on 77 reviews)

3.255
Food 3.1 Value 3.3
Service 3.1 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 677-5110
Fax:
fax
(212) 677-5220
Place Order:
Order From Remedy Diner for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Daily: 24hrs
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Open Late, Open 24 Hours, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Min Delivery:
10.00

User Reviews

  • Remedy Diner

    Posted by Tasty on 10/05/2008

    Great

    Great Portions, tasty breakfasts. I havent had any other meals there except breakfast, so can't really judge. The atmosphere is great. Staff are nice.

  • Remedy Diner

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/11/2008

    not much flavor

    i've eaten here 2x w/ my bf & even tho the portion is huge (can be shared) the food has either no flavor or poor flavoring ... do not get the momma's meatloaf. They make it sound so yummy on the menu but there's practically no flavor! The pasta taste like regular tomato sauce unseasoned & sometimes it taste like ravioli sauce (chef boyardee) The omelette has no salt or flavor, i had to add a lot of ketchup to it. I would say the only thing i would even go back to order would be the chicken noodle soup but that was too salty.

  • Remedy Diner

    Posted by LES on 08/20/2008

    Finally a good diner on the LES

    I have ordered delivery several times from this place and have had one miss when I ordered a burger that came with a beef patty and a bun, but over all everything has been delicious. Eating there is also pretty good. They always seem to be a bit short staffed or training, but the food, charm and prices make up for it. I have not had a bad meal there and their fried chicken is great! They make good food and the eggs are cheep compared with every other diner around. I am glad remedy is there and I hope it hangs around. It is a nice addition to the neighborhood.

  • Remedy Diner

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/03/2008

    Three strikes, you're out!

    I've ordered from or eaten at this place three times and they can't get it right. The fries and cold, they forget to put mayo on the sandwiches and the service is terrible. I just had the worst turkey club of my life. The people working at Remedy need to turn off the television, stop gossiping in the corner and start (at least attempt) to run a New York diner.

  • Remedy Diner

    Posted by Rebecca on 07/15/2008

    I love this place!

    I love Remedy Diner! I've always had friendly, fast service and the food has always been great. Mind you, I come in every single week with a group of about 12 or so, around 2am (after a show). So, the place is usually not very busy. But, it's nice that the servers don't forget that we're there and our waters are always refilled. Our orders are correct and the food is good. I don't know what people are expecting out of a diner, but I don't think you could get much better in Manhattan, price-wise or service-wise. Remedy is great!

  • Remedy Diner

    Posted by Harveezy on 07/06/2008

    Great Variety of Food

    I've now been here four times and have had the burgers, sandwiches, and pasta. All of which were huge and delicious. They even give you jalepenos and pickles on the side! The onion rings are awesome, as are the fries. The inside of the dinner is very nice too. The place is new so it seems like the waiters are still learning but they are very nice. A must try for anyone in the neighborhood.

  • Remedy Diner

    Posted by Jerky on 06/07/2008

    bland

    The cooks here need to discover things like salt, acid, and heat. I had about the blandest steak salad I could ever think of....unseasoned overcooked meat piled atop a huge salad without dressing, topped by some of the blandest homemade salsa I could ever imagine. If I wasn't on my third beer, I don't think I could've even eaten this. Who the hell serves a salad entree without any dressing whatsoever?

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