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Posted by Bill on 04/18/2008
I have never had bad service or a bad meal. The menu is always delightful. What more needs to be said.....
Posted by Anonymous on 07/07/2007
As an avid theatre goer, I have been dining at Sardis for the past 20 years...it just keeps getting better with age. The service is impecable and you never feel rushed, yet always make the curtain. The place has a sparkle and polished feel. The food has definately improved and is no longer just a quick meal before the theatre but a nice dining experience. Crab Cakes are outstanding as well as the fresh fish of the day. Desserts are to die for!
Posted by angel on 07/07/2007
Have been to Sardi's on my last 3 trips to NYC. The food keeps getting better. Crabcakes were outstanding, best I ever had. Steak cooked to perfection and dessert to die for. Best mixed drinks in NYC. My guests were astounded by the atmosphere, service and food. Will be back on my next trip.
Posted by Kittycat on 06/29/2007
Overpriced for the fare offered, took a long time to order or to order. Great location, and I understand it's a legend, but they don't live up to the hype.
Posted by Chris on 06/28/2007
I went there June 27, 2007 for lunch with five female friends before a Broadway matinee. We were promptly seated and the waiter was more than happy to give us separrate checks so that we could more easily pay by credit card or cash. The luncheon prix-fixe menu gave us many choices. We all ordered different things. The spinach crepe appetizer was wonderful. The chicken strips in curry sauce were beautifully served with rice and tasted as good as it looked. I ate everything except the chutney which was too strong for my tastes. My dessert was the tiramisu cake and it was again plated beautifully and tasted evn more prefect. The waiters refilled water glasses and coffee constantly. The place was full and we were happy to see that Frank Gifford and his lovely wife Kathy Lee were dining there with their family. So, yes, you might even see a celebrity. we did. I recommend a return trip or a first if you've never been there. It was a lot of fun and I was sad to see so many poor reviews.
Posted by Baseball Boy on 05/23/2007
The famous Sardi’s one of the most famous after Broadway dinner spots was just so-so. I guess I should have realized something was amuck when I was able to walk right in on a Friday night without reservations. Although the atmosphere was good, and the food was tasty. For the $20 an appetizer and the $35 for an entrée was expecting much more. The portions to say the least were tiny and the service staff did not know the menu one but. Having a few questions about the menu my server told me information that was incorrect only to come back after I had already eaten to correct himself. In addition it also took a great deal of time to get our drinks refilled. For the amount of money that this meal cost us I would expect at least the service staff to know their menu.
Posted by Peaches on 05/21/2007
Went for lunch and felt immediately like my presence was putting them out. The place was almost empty and as another reviewer has said, the waiters were extremely snooty. Food was only fair and they appeared insulted when I asked for more bread.