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Reviews from nymag.com
Posted by anonymous on 01/08/2011
I love this place. the food is great.
Posted by myusernameishere on 12/10/2010
finally tried this restaurant last night after living in the neighborhood for almost four years. the place is small, easy to be in, not at all crowded with a very nice and attentive staff. the food was absolutely delicious, balanced. the menu was not long but had something for everyone. we had the prix fixe dinner (one first course, one entree and one dessert for $28.50) which was well worth the cost. the lamb shank was tender, delicious and absolutely satisfying, served with brussels sprouts that tasted almost like candy they were so perfectly roasted. my husband's pork dish was very tasty. even the coffee was better than normal. this place will definitely be added to our neighborhood rotation. this is the kind of place that if you picked it up and put it in the village, you'd never get a table. a great spot.
Posted by Joe C on 09/24/2009
Arguably the best restaurant at the Seaport. The menu is small but everything is excellent as are the wines. Miss this and you miss an excellent, unhurried meal in a restaurant where you don't have to shout to be heard - all at very reasonable prices. If you live for food - just go!
Posted by Bob on 07/21/2009
What a pleasant surprise. Delicious food at a very reasonable price. I've recommended Table Tales to everyone. The price fixed dinner at $26.50, for anything on the menu, is a steal. The limited wine list is very reasonable, and $10 corkage is as low as I've seen in the city. We were a party of four and 3 had the salmon and I had the short ribs. It was all great.
Posted by Dan on 03/02/2009
I love the buttermilk chicken and the brat. It's a bit pricey, but everything is down in this area. Definitely worth checking out for something a bitter different in the Financial Dist.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/29/2008
This is a great little cafe that you would never know was there! You get that small homey feel right when you walk in and the eggplant parm is so good I could eat it everyday. And it is so inexpensive!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/09/2008
The cafe is really the best. The food is divine and the place is so cozy. One of the best places in the city to find amazing food that is reasonably priced. Plenty of food. Ive never had a less than fabulous meal!! Recommended to all!