Do not expect something fancy. The prices are okey. We had omlettes. The taste was okey and the receipt was reasonable.
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Few of our friends and I went for lunch the other day to try out the restaurant. Hmmm...nothing to rave about. Restaurant is located in a small hotel on 44th street. It was not busy at all during lunch time.Food was OK. We will probably...More
A very enjoyable dinner after a matinee performance. The restaurant is connected to a small hotel, but has its own entrance. The room if fairly small and even when full is reasonably quiet. The highlight was a tasting menu. Eight courses. All appropriately small, but...More
Ate here the first night, right across from out hotel. Nice setting. We had the Oysters Rockefeller and Duck l'Orange and they were great. Only downside was their wine was over-priced, even by NYC standards. Would recommend, however.
but this was actually excellent. Had the NY restaurant week menu. Great wine list. Very good food (fish cooked perfectly - a tough one), and attentive staff.
After reading reviews, this seemed like a new place to try post theatre. Wrong. Where do I start? It wasn’t busy at all, yet service was totally inept through about half the meal until we had a different server who was good. Initially, our drinks...More
Had early reservation for two at 5:30 on a Wednesday and the place was empty. We were the only table even until we left at 6:30. Though the maintenance man was there working in the dining room at the time we were ordering, so not...More
Evening dinner before a show. A succession of staff came to our table and we were confused about who did what. BTW so were they. Good guys but they need training. At one stage we had our main courses served on the table, but no...More
My husband and I had breakfast here. It was the best we had. Our omelette was absolutely delicious. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable. It is definitely worth a visit.
The dining room is in the gem of a small hotel in the theatre district (there is also a bar; note they are separate). We went before an 8 o’clock curtain and were sorry to leave. We could have lingered. The menu offers a wonderful...More