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Sugar & Plumm
Posted by Denise on 05/06/2015
We were looking for a place to have brunch on a Tuesday, and we parked the car right in front of this place. We decided to give it a try, and we were so glad we did! I don't understand the reviews about bad service, because our waiter was wonderful and so great about explaining everything... though I see that those reviews were 3 years ago, so a lot must of changed. We three had eggs benedict with smoked salmon, the short rib eggs benedict and the huevos rancheros. All was absolutely delicious... except we thought the short rib eggs benedict was a little heavy, but it was tasty. Then we had the Brooklyn blackout cake to share, and a hot chocalate shake, and it was just yum, yum, yum. We really enjoyed ourselves, and I recommend this place, absolutely, hands down.
Posted by Foodie on 07/09/2014
Food is expensive, the staff is not friendly.
Posted by GunnK on 03/19/2013
I have only had dessert there, but i went twice in two weeks... so I think that says a lot. The portions are big enough to share. I would recommend getting a brownie with salted carmel ice cream! I tried my friends S'more sundae and didn't exactly love it.
Posted by NYC on 10/01/2012
Have not tried the desserts, but the savory food was not great. Tried the burger, Mac and cheese and hot dog. Definitely not worth the price. They were bland and boring.
Posted by Ann March on 09/22/2012
Stopped in for dessert and was impressed with the generous sundaes we were served. The atmosphere is a bit suburban and the space is bigger than it needs to be, but it's quite a nice addition to the UWS. Service was attentive and helpful. Sparkling clean. Looking forward to coming back for the brunch. Welcome S&P, your restaurant enhances the neighborhood.
Posted by Bill on 09/19/2012
Food quality is slightly above average, but not exceptional. The menu "reads" better than it "tastes". However, the lemon ricotta pancakes and the pulled pork waffles were pleasant enough. BUT ... the place has all the ambience (and acoustics) of a train station lunch room ... especially when the UWS mommies wheel in the strollers. OK for lunch or a mid-morning breakfast, but not special enough for dinner.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/09/2012
I have been watching sugar & plumm being built and finally tried it when it opened. I went with 2 friends for brunch and we all enjoyed our meals. The lemon ricotta pancakes are delicious and the chicken and waffles are very tasty too. Some things to note are that there is no bread basket given and also egg dishes do not come with a side. As a side dish we ordered the potatoes which were very tasty. The bakery looks great and you can order milkshakes, waffles, coffee and crepes to go. Great new addition to the neighborhood!