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Posted by s. walker on 04/29/2012
Prices very just rediculously high. will next go back..
Posted by Darren on 03/06/2012
I've always taken visitors to Roxy's, its location is great and the food has always been ok. I was there Monday and the food was unappetizing. We had a western omlette which had so many onions it was ridiculus. We also had french toast that was burnt on one side. Lastly, the coffee tasted like dishwater.
Posted by Ashleigh on 02/24/2012
Our Group's Orders: Burger - burnt (even though I ordered it medium). The bun was burnt Roast Beef & Potatoes - the meat was very dry; the gravy was lumpy (not the good lumpy - chunks of power mix lumps) Corn Beef Burger - burnt on the outside and very pink on the inside Fries - very dry, tasted like they had left over fries from the day before and re-fried Rueben - served on white wonderbread, not rye; the corned beef was very dry; the dressing didn't taste like thousand island... Portion sizes - huge, but a lot of crappy food isn't exactly worth the high prices. Yes, even for times square the prices were high.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/07/2012
Ducked into this deli right after the Giants won the Super Bowl to get out of Times Square. Ordered a piece of cheesecake even though the price seemed high....but it turned out to be worth every penny! Best I ever had! Enough for all three of us and staff was so nice! Get the plain cheesecake! You will love it!
Posted by Andrea from Virginia on 01/17/2012
Just got back from four exciting days in NY City. Tried four other deli's (Carnegie Deli, Eisenberg's Sandwich Shop, Second Avenue Deli, and Ess-a-Bagel), but Roxy was by far the best. Especially liked their stuffed cabbage. Don't miss their cheesecake--it's worth every calorie.
Posted by anonymous on 01/16/2012
It may be convenient to locations around time square, but you are wasting your money. The service is not very good for how expensive it is, and apparently neither is the food. We got some pastries, they were good... but when we looked at the sit down menu and saw they wanted 15 bucks for some eggs and potatoes, we left. Then we got some burgers for our whole party for less than 15 bucks a few blocks away. NYC restaurants have safety ratings on the windows so you can tell right away if a cheaper place is legit. So if you are considering Roxie's for lunch... just keep walking... there is better food much cheaper.
Posted by Lally 7 on 01/13/2012
Tired from a 20 hour journey due to delays, we went to Roxy as it was literally round the corner from our hotel.It looked inviting from the street. once inside, we were shown to a cramped table upstairs which was rickety and the chairs wobbled!! The service was quick and the food was o.k. nothing special, was disappointed with the coffee as it was luke warm and very weak. The waiter asked a couple next to us to leave as they had only ordered coffee, and he stated they were too busy for just coffee drinkers! was rather rude. The bill for a three egg omelet, pancakes and a hot dog was $78. plus tip .. I probably wouldn't go there again, the place looked tired and in need of decoration. Not a bad experience, but, found better places to eat.