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Wolf & Lamb
Posted by Natasha, New York City on 06/08/2006
I work in the neighborhood and am extremely satisfied everytime I eat at Wolf and Lamb or order take out from them. The midtown madness burger with sizzling pastrami on top is always fantastic. The turkey sandwiches are packed fill of succulent fresh roasted turkey breast, and the pasta bolognese was also delicious. The service is very friendly and quick. The place has the feel of a Parisian steakhouse, absent the steak tartare and attitude. I have recommended this place to several non-Kosher friends who raved about it, saying the knishes were the best they ever had. Let's keep this place in business for a long time, as it is solid, non-pretentious and reasonably priced. I hear they have live jazz a few nights a week, and hope to try this too.
Posted by Canadian on 05/22/2006
Enjoyed our meal. The salmon was delicious. Service was great.
Posted by Satisfied Customer on 12/19/2005
I went to Wolf and Lamb for my birthday, and I was extremely satisfied with the result! I had ribeye steak and my companions had a different kind of steak, everyone was very pleased with what they had! The vegetables and potatoes were so-so, but the steak was excellent, tender and tasty. The cookie stuffed with ice cream was an excellent dessert-you would never know it's pareve! The prices are not that bad-between $25 and $30 for a steak, which is not exorbitant for a kosher steakhouse in Midtown. All in all, I highly recommend Wolf & Lamb for anyone in the mood for delectable kosher steaks!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/13/2005
This was my second time going and again i did not leave disappointed! The food was as usual great, only thing that bothered me this time was that it was a drop more crowded than usual and I found myself not just on a date with one but with the four people sitting next to me! Still overall a worthwhile experience!
Posted by Sam on 11/24/2005
Just got back from thanksgiving dinner at Wolf and Lamb, and instead of just raving to my friends as usual, decided to actually share it with others . This place is by far the best steakhouse in the city . The food is delicious, from the appetizers to the entrees to the (if you could still find room for - ) desserts. I love the nice warm atmosphere as opposed to the chaotic scene of many other restaurants in the city. The brick walls give a real warm feeling to the place, and the service is also great. Highly recommeded!
Posted by George H. on 10/20/2005
I recently tried this restaurant on the suggestion of a friend. I was very pleasantly surprised. The food was great and fresh tasting. I had the chicken pastrami wrap and a chicken rumaki. The service was prompt and attentive but without the usual manhattan "attitude". The place has a warm exposed brick ambience and jazzy music. the place was bit noisy but it was a mid week lunch so i guess to be expected. it looks like a mix of high powered execs getting steaks and plain joes stopping in for hot pastrami! happy eats!
Posted by First time visitor on 10/07/2005
It was my first visit to this Kosher restaurant. Needless to say, I was very disappointed. The food was mediocre...I had a chicken salad, The lettuce was wilted, service poor, our waiter didn't even come to ask if everything was OK, my friend had the ceasar salad. Didn't look like she was too impressed either. And to top it off, the prices were VERY Expensive.