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Posted by Rachael on 01/15/2014
Zuni is the best the food is grate u would know unless u try it
Posted by Lorrie S on 05/09/2013
Ever walked into a nothing-special restaurant, ordered Eggs Benedict, and been delighted with how well the eggs were poached? No? Well, don't expect a different experience at Zuni. My brunch there this Sunday was a disaster: cold home fries, grey-ish Hollandaise, and eggs that might as well have been hard-boiled. The service is nice, though.
Posted by disappointed bruncher on 03/03/2013
overcrowded and understaffed. don't know what "rare" is: burger grey, not red. What should have been a relaxing brunch was stressed due to poor service.
Posted by rICK on 10/17/2010
Should have listened to the prior review....unless you like be insulted, don't go!
Posted by Julia on 04/09/2010
After being escorted to our seats by the rude waitstaff, the only thing more disappointing than the service was the bland and uninspired food. We live nearby and have been to many other restaurants in the area. After reading the reviews here we decided to give it a try. The margaritas are watered down, the food is not good, and the waitstaff is pretentious. Take it from a real local - avoid.
Posted by Barbara on 03/08/2010
Four of us went to brunch before a matinee yesterday and were disapopinted by the food. The eggs benedict & salmon sandwich were adequate, but the French Toast was terrible. It came out with burnt edges, and when we mentioned it to the waiter he ignored us. I've had good dinner here, but won't be back for brunch.
Posted by kate on 03/03/2010
I just ate at Zuni before the theatre and had the ravioli filled with squash (meager) and fig (barely there) it was expensive 16.95 and drenched in a bland sauce. I left feeling unsatisfied. The veggie wraps were a much better choice both for value 9.95 and taste and presentation. Wait staff pleasant enough. The salads conversely, looked very plentiful and inviting.