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Posted by Chikopoppi on 09/27/2007
After reading all 33 positive reviews (which never happens on menpages), I went there for dinner with my boyfriend. We started with some fresh and deep fried oysters. They were delicious. We ate rib eye steak and ribs for dinner and finished off with awesomely delicious shortbread cookies with butterscotch ice cream sandwiches. They also had many interesting selection of beers from all over the world. I am definitely going back but this time I want to try out their bar menu. Everything that was coming out of the kitchen looked delicious and I am sure they are. Can't wait for my next happy hour. Get over the fact that it's in Time Square, I did and I absolutely loved it.
Posted by Bettina on 09/25/2007
I only went to gape at the waiters in kilts, and was pleasantly shocked to find better ribs than at Virgil's just down the block, or even at the fabulous Harlem places, Sylvia's and Amy Ruth's. Everything else our group ordered was excellent too -- fresh seafood, chicken, etc. Friendly, warm service. Can't wait to return.
Posted by Wendy & family on 06/24/2007
I found St. Andrews whilst searching desperately for a great place to take my 80 year old parents (in from New England) before a show. This is my new favorite place! My Dad said the ribs were the best he had ever tasted (this from a man of few words). My 7 year old had the fish & chips (normally only for bar area, but they were happy to accomdate him with his kid-friendly food). He also said it was the best he ever had! We were stuffed but could not resist the apple crisp with cinnamon ice cream and the chocolate bundt cake. Not a bite was left -- way too dlicious to waste! Even the coffee was delicious. The waitress was superb and very charming. We were late, and were served very quickly as they knew we had to get to a show. I LOVE THIS PLACE!
Posted by MandaMama on 06/09/2007
Wow! We were so surprised at the peaceful ambiance, great service and exceptional food at this divey-looking-from-the-outside place. The dining room is peaceful, quiet with sparsely spaced tables. Service was unintrusive and very fast and the food rocked! The prices are great for the area and the $30 (or so) Prix Fixe menu was fantastic. The portions are big and the dessert Creme Brulee (my favorite) was huge and delicious.
Posted by Melissa on 04/02/2007
My husband and I stumbled in on this pub on St. Patrick's Day. They didn't have any reservations available, but still managed to squeeze us in for dinner. The food was amazing. The staff and service was better than most top notch restaurants I've ever eaten in. Their bar is quite extensive and fairly priced for NYC. I've never felt such at home in a pub/restaurant as we did here. Try the honey thistle chicken. Amazing.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/23/2007
Ok so 10 of us dined here last night. Our waitress was fantastic and was always buzzing around the table to make sure we were ok and had drinks. We were delighted to hear that they started a new 'wine dinner' as the waitress called it. $49.84 3 course meal with unlimited wine all night!! we could'nt believe it...I had the smoked salmon for appetizer, absolutly mouth watering...for my entree I had an amazing tender fillet mignon and for desert their famous sticky toffee pudding. I will definatly be back. Where else in NYC can you eat a fantastic 3 course meal with wine for $50 that offers excellent serivce too!!
Posted by Nicole on 02/04/2007
This is by far the best pub we've been to in NYC. On Saturdays, they have celtic music, and the whole place is smiling and laughing. The atmosphere was just like being back in a pub in Ireland, even though it is a Scottish bar. If you are looking for an authentic UK pub experience- this is the place.