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Posted by sjm on 07/03/2012
I've trying to get a reservation for quite some time...finally got in. It took almost an hour for for food to be served. Since we didnt order appetizers, we were told it takes longer for the main course to come out of the kitchen...they penalized us for not ordering appetizers. The waiter didnt stop making sarcastic comments. The food was way too salty. This place is not worth giving them a 2nd chance...Will not return
Posted by Don on 06/26/2012
I recently had the pleasure of dining here a couple of weeks ago! I wasn't sure what to expect, but I must say that I was pleasently suprised. The place was really jumping and usually that means that the service from the staff will be something less than desirable. Nothing could have been further from the truth! The appetizers and entrees came out in a timely manner and the food was great! I had one of their larger cuts of steak and it was cooked to perfection.
Posted by Holiday Visitor on 01/01/2012
In town with my wife and teenage son to see the HighLine, we had a delightful late lunch. Scene was jumpin a few days before New Year's Eve, so the 30 minute wait at the bar was to be expected. Staff was courtious and the food great. We thought the price was fine. Great recommendation. Great place to take business guests as well.
Posted by Chelsea on 07/13/2011
Paid $36 for halibut w/truffle sauce. The fish was dry and I didn't taste or smell truffle. Friend had trout - more reasonably priced at $21. However the fish was burned and still had the head on. We arrived at 7:15 pm but were not served until 8:30 pm. Too many model/hostesses standing around doing nothing. I would not go again.
Posted by John from Chelsea on 04/26/2011
I live in Chelsea and visit the Meatpacking district often. I know how busy and "happening" the place is, especially its bars and restaurants. So much so that several times my friends and I made several attempts to have a meal at the Standard Grill. Finally, after numerous attempts, we went for dinner late one evening last week after theatre. And I must confess, I was pleasantly surprised. Being such an "in" place that it is, I expected, you know, "attitude" from the staff at the desk and from our waiters. Not so! The front desk was very accommodating, and we were seating within minutes of our reservation. Our table for two was roomy, nicely lit and, although the dining room was a bit noisy, our table setting was very comfortable for discussion. The food was also very good. All in all, it was a very enjoyable evening, which held many "pleasant surprises."
Posted by david on 04/09/2011
I love salt, but every dish was over salted; way over priced. well just disappointing all around. never again
Posted by nnanerb on 02/26/2011
The service at breakfast was the subpar. The cranberry juice never showed up, except on the bill. The coffee didn't arrive for ages - every NY corner diner knows that delivering the first cup of coffee quickly makes for a happier customer. The second jug of milk promised for the second pot of coffee hasn't been seen yet. Not being able to get a waiter's attention, I asked at the bar for marmalade and was sent strawberry jam with no explanation. The couple at the next table felt compelled to tell us that it had taken 6 tries to get an item.