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Wolf & Lamb
Posted by Anonymous on 05/26/2011
Great American food with good flavors fresh ingredients and nice Jewish home cooking touch. No stuffy French restaurant, fun bubbly atmosphere great for business lunch great for dinner with friends guys take your wife or gf and just chill . As fun as a burger place should be. As yummy as a great NY restaurant should be. And everyone there was smiling, including the waiter. Oooh and don't forget the spectacular desserts. Warning do not bring boring in laws or sour granny here it'll just ruin it for u. Can't wait to go back! Don't u just love it when something is just done right?!
Posted by Nargella on 04/24/2011
Once again, a huge gap between the reviews and the experience. We started with the tuna tartar, which was absolutely fantastic. The members of our group ordered the roasted Provencal chicken, which was adequate, and 2 rare Illinois rib eyes (8 oz and 12 oz). The sides were garlic mash potatoes (watery and no trace of garlic) and grilled asparagus (seriously - 10 bucks for 10 aparagus???). The 12 oz steak was cooked perfectly and exactly what one would expect. The 8 oz steak however was a SCHANDE. The outer color was more grey than seared, the inside was medium and the taste was that of a piece of meat that had been in the freezer too long and flash thawed. After complaining about the quality of the meat (which the absolutely lovely waitress agreed didn't look right) we were provided with another steak that had all the same lousy attributes of the first. We ultimately shared the 12 oz and wound up paying 32 dollars for a steak that was subpar and could not be eaten. This dining experience was insulting and the insult appeared to be somewhat deliberate. To quote another reviewer "Don't gosha if you're not kosher"...
Posted by anonymous on 02/14/2011
the entire experience at Wolf & Lamb steakhouse was amazing. best steak dinner, best original delcious desserts, amazing personal service, ambiance was classy but comfortable. wonderful experience. highly recommend.
Posted by mark on 08/06/2010
the food was great but a bit pricey; nice time
Posted by Anne T on 07/15/2010
We ate at W&L a few weeks ago and had a great experience. Our server was helpful and knowledgeable and guided us through the ample wine list. Tuna Tartar was light and well seasoned, the Dry Aged Ribeye was wonderful and flavorful. Always go for the pastry chefs specials, the berry crumble was fabulous!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/06/2010
skimpy portions and very overpriced
Posted by Anonymous on 06/27/2010
Typically I do not leave a review, but in this case felt that I had to. Though I was taken back a bit on some of the prices, I still decided to give it a try and had food delivered. Let me just say paying $22 for a salad that was sub par is a total waste. The salad itself is nothing special, basically something you can get at a typical NY deli. I also ordered matzo ball soup and it was just awful. I mean, the matzo ball was not even cooked all the way and was raw in the middle. I know its not that hard to cook matzo balls and for $8 you would think it would be cooked. In general, the value and food quality do not match up. If my total order was under $25, I would probably just leave this alone and not bother reviewing and just not order from them anymore, but because total order was over $50 for food that was below sub par, I needed to leave this review. So eat at your own expense, but I suggest to pass and get your order from someone else.