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Posted by Nick on 09/09/2011
The pancakes were inedible,doughy. We sent them back and they brought out the same pancakes, reheated. The eggs were runny and the onions were whole slices, not chopped as expected in an omelette. The service was not good. We never got a refill on coffee as expected, and we were never asked if everything had been to our liking. All in all, a great disappointment,even though the atmosphere is lovely.
Posted by catchjess on 05/24/2011
I live in the neighborhood but don't go here often. However, on 2 separate occasions I took out of town guests to this restaurant, and both times I, along with my guests, was disappointed. They both used it as an example of how service in NYC sometimes isn't as friendly as elsewhere in the US. I went for breakfast/lunch during the week both times so it wasn't overly crowded. Looks like a cute place from the outside but I can't get over the service. The waitresses acted rushed, didn't know the answers to our questions, were slow to follow up and check-in, and just generally were rude. I don't like to go to restaurants and feel like I'm imposing on them by being there, but unfortunately that is how I felt at Teresas.
Posted by richard on 04/23/2011
I've lived in Brooklyn Heights for decades and tried every restaurant not closed by the health department. Teresa's is great for brunch, good for lunch and a bargain all the time. The servings are big and the servers are young, courteous, helpful, and healthy.
Posted by Roman on 02/14/2011
the euro style food is good; like my mom used to make. the location is great. the outside seating in the summer is great. the girls that serve you are great. i cant complain at all!
Posted by Pat on 05/24/2010
Had the pleasure of eating at this restaurant on 5-23-10. The pierogis and potato pancakes were excellant. Just like my Mother and Grandmother used to make. I will definately return as soon as I can. One member of my party had breakfast and the bread that came with the eggs and sausage was homemade..a real taste treat. I highly reccomend this restaurant. Pure home cooking!
Posted by maximBK on 03/27/2010
$15 for a decent bacon egg and cheese on bagel, a side of bacon (which came canadian style for no reason), and a bodega style coffee. And thats without the tip.
Posted by Armchair Epicure on 04/21/2009
Do not be fooled by the past two reviews. Or rather, do, because i'd rather keep Teresa's all to my neighborhood. Its charming deco interior is packed with locals, sharing meaningful conversation over old world cooking. The food is what i imagine Mrs. Cleaver made for her family nightly: wholesome, toothsome, classic. No. This is not gourmet dining, and you and your gourmand friends can leave. You ruin the atmosphere. But try as i may, I cannot find better roast chicken, either for flavor or price, within 30 minutes walking distance. The kasha is moist, the tripe soup rich and flavorful. The portabello mushroom sandwich is an unlikely dark horse, juicy and perfectly seasoned, delightfully adorned in a basil-mayo. I have a mini kitchen in a tiny apartment, and miss "home cooked meals" like a kid at boarding school. Whenever this feeling creeps up on me, i call Teresa's to bring me a delightful and welcome alternative to what Mom used to make.