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Posted by Negesti on 09/05/2013
I have raving reviews for VP2. This is the only restaurant that my family still eats at since I was a teenager 15 years ago that is still around. The food quality and the service is still just as good. I however, ran into one rude server and that was it. The owners and workers here know my family.
Posted by Ishmael on 08/14/2013
Best Veggie food in NYC. If this is your first time you MUST try the Mango Chicken. Great service, EXCELLENT prices. If you are a Vegetarian, your meat eating friends will love this place.
Posted by Nbey on 06/28/2013
Used to eat here all the time but no longer enjoy the food or atmosphere. There's a weird unclean smell about the restaurant now. Needless to say I won't be going back.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/10/2012
I order here everyday love loved this place. But recently they must of gotten new management or a new chef because the food quality has decreased. The customer service is poor! Tried to place a delivery order and they wouldnt deliver for 9.20 because it didnt meet there minimum! I asked them to charge met he .80 cents to cover the cost and they had the nerve to be rude and hang up on my face! I will never order again. Thank you.
Posted by UD on 08/04/2011
Super thick and tasteless. Oh well.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/04/2011
I'm a vegetarian with a weakness for VP2's [mock] chicken fajitas. Everything I've tried on this creative menu is tasty to downright delicious. The service is extremely friendly (especially once the servers get to know you) and the management will bend over backwards to make sure you're happy. Oh, and the price is right. I read some of the negative reviews and feel as if I must be on a different planet from those customers. There's no pleasing everyone! I'm a regular and couldn't be happier here.
Posted by KTK on 10/15/2010
The quality of VP's food and the portion size vs. price has quickly gone downhill since the restaurant was sold to new owners. Yeah, it's the same name and mostly has the same menu items, but their food has lost that awesome flavor that made it one of my fave restaurants in NYC. Everything's just a little...off. Perhaps the new owners didn't think it was necessary to also buy the recipes or keep the same chef. It's a shame. This place has been here for, like, 25 years...and I fear it will be going out of business soon if they don't scramble and beg the former owners for those yummy recipes. HEY, NEW OWNERS: Get the quality and taste of your food back up to where it was before you bought the place, or you're going to be in serious trouble.