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Posted by Irv on 08/23/2013
Service polite but unbelievably slow. Food mediocre and not worth the long wait. Salmon ordered medium (told chef preferred medium-well) was rare. Table next to me returned scrambled eggs because they were burnt. Burnt scrambled eggs? Thats a new one on me. Loved the last restaurant the Whitney had. Don't know why they changed.
Posted by anonymous on 04/05/2012
This restaurant has come a long way! It has taken them a year, but they are really starting to get things right. Their servers are attentive, caring, and helpful. The food is simple, but very flavorful. Lots of diner classics, with a few unique dishes thrown in. Great place for brunch! Also, you can now check out the Biennial at the Whitney, and then swing by for lunch. The wait tends to get long, and they don't take reservations, so make sure you go down and put your name on the list. They have also, thankfully, changed to an a la carte dinner menu; no more of that three course, share for the table stuff. Come to the museum on Friday when it is free and then have dinner! Some of the items they have are carrot-ginger soup, lamb meatballs, skirt steak, chicken pot pie, and a really great vegetarian option. My girlfriend ordered it, and I was very skeptical, but it ended up being unexpectedly good! It may have taken them a little while to get their footing, but if you haven't checked them out yet, you should... and if you haven't been since their starting days, you should give them another try!
Posted by Anonymous on 11/04/2011
Food is decent but the service awful bordering on rude during 2 different vists. Not up to Danny Meyer's standards.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/02/2011
I went there with my husband. We had a special offer from Gilt City for 3 course dinner for 2, $92. The drinks, tip and tax were not included. We ended up paying about $160. I am still frustrated that we payed all this money for nothing more then an IKEA meal! The dishes were shared. The main course was ham steak, it tasted like it came directly from the package, cut and wormed up, with some pineapple on a side! The dessert was so sweat, i had the feeling that my teeth will fall off!
Posted by anonymous on 04/18/2011
Located in the basement of the Whitney, Untitled (lame name) is a welcome addition to the UES. Been there for brunch twice - everything we had - pancakes, eggs, homefries, sausage - was excellent. The apple pie - from some hipster joint in Brooklyn was fine, although overrated. One thing was awful, though: the french toast. It was disgusting. The atmosphere is a bit odd - it's in the basement of the Whitney and it has an odd "feel" to it: it's as if someone created an art installation called "Brooklyn Restaurant" at the museum. But for those of us who live on the UES who are not 80 that's not necessarily a bad thing.