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“Brunch at Eat after a visit at the Met”
Review of E.A.T.

E.A.T.
Ranked #3,714 of 13,937 Restaurants in New York City
Price range: $15 - $50
Cuisines: American, French
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Dining options: Lunch, Breakfast, Reservations
Neighborhood: Upper East Side
Reviewed March 14, 2013

We want to walk to Payard third and 74th but ended at EAT Madison after viewing the special Met exibition. I use to eat at EAT a lot when I work nearby but lately it is really over priced. My friend and I have quiche and salad plus coffee and our bill was $75 no tip yet. I saw people eating a very creamy chicken salad with greens and portion is like 1/2 cup and the people do not finished the dish. All the wealthy people are not really eating.They are just dining and enjoying the day out. But c'mom value for money. I like a decent portion and good quality of food.

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Reviewed February 17, 2013

it's pricey but worth it. If you like EAT also go to his daughter's shop next door as they have everything imaginable! And Eli's market is on 3rd avenue and 81..not to be missed. He is KING!

Thank patricia b
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Reviewed January 17, 2013

all right it s very expencive but in same time it s great because it s fresh because it s hype because who can cross a celebrity ( nicole kidman, lenny kravitz, gabriel byrn....) the carot cake it's like a devil so good, the hot chocolat incredible and cookies damn so good. and aloso the croissant so full of butte so crunchy so like in france even better

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Thank friedland g
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Reviewed January 15, 2013

E.A.T is an interesting concept, a deli/market combined with a restaurant… The place is not very big, so it tends to get crowded very easily… the food is delicious, but quite expensive so don’t be fooled by its casual ambiance and be prepared to pay over 20 USD for a Sandwich. Depending on your taste, it may well be worth it.

Thank eli_puszkar
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Reviewed December 30, 2012

We decided to have lunch at E.A.T. after visiting a museum nearby and as it was recommended in our city guide. When we checked out the menu we were a bit surprised about the prices of both food and drinks. The quality of the food was fine, however, both ourselves but as we observed several other customers were struggling with the knifes that are in urgent need of sharpening. The tables are situated very closely together so privacy zero. Hence poor on the basis of price/quality ratio.

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Thank DeKokkies
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