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Posted by Anonymous on 07/24/2007
I had gone to Tribeca Grill expecting at least an above average experience. The surroundings and the service was up to par, but the food was unappetizing. At one point, the person I was with told me that I make better dishes.
Posted by JYL on 07/16/2007
My little sister visited NYC for the first time, so I went to Tribeca Grill with her... I have to admit that the atmosphere was quite nice! We preferred being seated outside in the cozy table, but inside seats also had this romantic atmosphere! The food we had there (an appetizer.... something starts with asparagus and filet of beef as entree) were....ok...... I mean ok.... ;) but I have to say that the food and the service was not impressive enough to accept this huge amount of bill!!! I paid $100.00 including tax and tip, and still questioning if this restaurant was worth $100.00! The decision is up to you!
Posted by PhishyEel on 06/14/2007
I came here with my family to celebrate my mother's birthday and it could not have been more special. The service - from the host to the bartender to our server - was flawless and pleasant, the food was beautifully presented and tasted delicious (seriously some of the best bass I've had in my life). The side of spinach was just okay, though. Steaks could be cut with a fork. Atmosphere was elegant but comfortable. And for the quality of the food, service, and classiness, this place was extremely affordable. Highly, highly recommended and a good reason to leave my neighborhood! Will be back soon.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/02/2007
I came here with relatives from out of town who were looking forward to a lovely meal. The decor and atmosphere were the only things even regardly lovely. The service was okay but they forgot to bring my cousin's drink and we had to seek them out every time we needed anything. It wasn't like they were paying attention to us. I am astonished to say that when the food came it LOOKED bad. That is a bad sign. Two people ordered the gnocci, two of us ordered the ravioli and one of us ordered the salmon. Everyone took a bite and it was followed by complete silence. My ravioli was bland and tasteless. The gnocci was inedible and the salmon, though I didn't taste it, was apparently very average. Thank goodness the servings were small, we didn't feel bad about leaving it all behind. To sum it up, after the waitress came over and took our meals (without noticing or caring that we had barely touched out plates) my cousin exclaimed "so, where should we go to eat now." What a terrible thing to have to say. I would never go back.
Posted by Tavalores on 03/29/2007
Ate here over St Patricks day Weekend and it was excellent. My Butternut Squash Rissotto with Scallops were top drawer and add the nicest Creme Brulee i've ever had then it was well worth the $195 for 2 with wine....
Posted by italian man on 12/17/2006
I have dined here about 7-10 times and I like the place a lot. The waiters and matre d's are very friendly. The service is good. The atmosphere I like. The food is very good. There are not too many things on the menu though. When people come in a lot they have to wait like 20-25 minutes. If you get a reservation, it will work. When you go there without a reservation, you need to know the matre d to sit right down. Overall i like it 89%.
Posted by manhattanite on 08/24/2006
I recently went here with five friends. Our service was very good--many people to refill water, give bread, clear plates, etc. The appetizer of coconut rock shrimp tempura was fantastic--good for sharing. I was a bit skeptical because there was no dipping sauce, but none was needed because the flavor was so good. My entree of the scallops was delicious--though I wished there was more cauliflower mousee included. (Yes, I know. I don't like cauliflower, but it was great.) I also tried the goat cheese ravioli, which was very good. My husband ordered the filet, but was so unsatisfied with the flavor he had to ask for A1 steak sauce. Our table basically got all of the desserts on the menu, with the following being the best: strawberry & lemon ricotta tart, sorbets, warm berry crumble cake, and tahitian vanilla creme brulee. The following were disappointing: banana tart, warm peach tart, and the plate of cookies. They also offered a large selection of after-dinner drinks.