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Posted by PRFoodie on 03/03/2012
The food here tastes like food from a youth I never had. It's home food from a home I never lived in but kinda wish I had. I've come in for brunch two times and both times the experience has been comforting and warm. I had the bean dish the first time which was the type of dish sure to revive you from any ailment or vicious hangover. The second time I had the eggs benedict which were some of the best I've had and different enough to make them memorable-- the hollandaise had some paprika in it and the bread was made in house. The bloody mary is easily the best one I've ever had with plenty of flavor and kick and garnished with a peperoncini. I can't wait to return.
Posted by John Young on 04/12/2011
Delicious charming brunch
Posted by Mark Jordan on 04/10/2011
One of the best bistros in Lower east side.
Posted by Jake on 03/09/2011
Saro's a nice looking place but the service is ameteur at best. The food is good enough, but the wine pours by the glass are less than half what you'd expect. I repeatedly asked for "just a little more of a pour" and they told me I'd have to pay for it. It was rediculous. My date was so upset about "what a dumpy little place" i brought her to she broke up with me twice on the cab ride home. We recovered, but Saro won't.