25 Results for "Restaurant In Lincoln Square"
Quick, clean, and reasonably priced, Just Salad may be the TARDIS of quick-serve salad restaurants. Honestly, it's hard to believe that they have as many options as they do in this tiny storefront. Their reusable bowls will serve me well
It is nice but pretty expensive for the price you pay. If I am spending $10 on a salad, I expect a good serving of meat, not a few cubes of them. Vegetables are inexpensive and salad dressings cost nothing, so what am I paying $10 for?
Small pizza shop, good prices and open late.
Great slice and just a huge assortment of pizza to choose from. Awesome hideaway for a solid slice of NYC pizza
Always love this place! One of my favorite restaurants in the area, with lots of menu items to choose from and very affordable prices, that alone should make you want to come here. The service is always quick and courteous and the space and
A very comfortable diner. Inexpensive, proper service, clean place and generous quantities. You won't find many tourists in there!
Possibly the best value omakase in New York. Sushi chef was incredibly friendly, and I really enjoyed how much of the food prep you could see from the seat. Every piece of sushi was phenomenal.
This spot is awesome! Reasonable prices, big portions and the staff are always super friendly.
I have bragged to my friends about Joanne's for years, loved the place but hadn't been there in a while. Visited last night, 5:30 dinner, so early side. Food was great as usual but service was absolutely horrible. Our waitress literally
Great restaurant with an amazing atmosphere. All of your classic italian dishes stepped up a notch. I had the chicken parmesan and it was the best I've ever had! Lots of different custom cocktails to choose from. They have a wonderful
Bar Boulud is the perfect spot for dinner before heading just across the way to the Metropolitan Opera House for a show. The menu will force some difficult choices as everything sounds delicious on the page, but you can't go wrong because
Bar Boulud never disappoints. Apps (pate' especially good) and entrees are mainly original twists on traditional bistro cuisine. Front of the house deserves 5 stars. They once held our table for an hour (NJ transit strikes again). It goes without saying that the location is prime for Lincoln Center performances.
La Salle had decent pork xiaolongbao and surprisingly good General Tso's chicken (nicely juicy and not overly breaded). However, the spicy beef noodle soup was a bit bland and not spicy at all – though the beef portions were very generous. Service was quick and friendly. Would go back!
Located on the Upper West Side, La Salle Dumpling Room has a very nice interior which goes well with the nice delicious food they serve!
I didn’t think I could top the experience of seeing an opera at the Metropolitan but indeed going for dinner at the Grand Tier before the opera really blew us away! The efficient service coupled with the delicious culinary delights made
The veal was fantastic. Order it. The chocolate mousse cake had a nice soft texture but the flavor was a little overpowering , unable to finish it. Servers did a great job and Henry one of staff members was really friendly and made sure I
Restaurant is divided into two sections - the upscale restaurant on one side and the less expensive cafe on the other. After eating there once (in the cafe) we returned a couple weeks later and were seated in the other side. We hadn't
The food here is average, but the atmosphere for NYC is great. There are large booths and tables spaced nicely apart. There are sound absorbing decorations, so it's not loud and you feel like you have your own space. This is what you are
Wonderful service, lots of options! Can be a wait at times but it doesn't stop us from coming back! Also the Proper Fish & Chips is REAL proper, my fav on the menu!
We randomly selected this place. Waited some time to get a seat. The best thing we ever did. Starting with amazing service to awesome food, we were very impressed. Slightly pricey but the place is on Broadway. That's what is expected. 😊
Incredible dining experience. World class food. Impeccable service. Just a wonderful meal. Seafood risotto was the best I have ever had. You won't be sorry if you done here
I love this restaurant. We have a tradition of going here before a show across the street (at Lincoln Center),so have had brunch. The food is always delicious, servers excellent. I recommend making a reservation. Bathroom stalls are small,
Quaint and traditional French styled restaurant. Warm staff, excellent bread, wonderful comfort food.
My favorite go to! Like being in a small restaurant in Paris. The service is Uber attentive and friendly! The food - a special menu for New Years. Excellent . The bread is excellent - inhad the crab cake and the sea bass main course. The
The noise level was high - but it was a Friday evening. Service was great. Food was good. They had a nice choice of dry cider (Kings Highway). If the prices were just a bit lower and the chicken pot pie had been more traditional they'd have gotten all 5 stars. This place is a Keeper!
Very nice place to bring someone for a drink or two. Be prepared to spend a little more than you usually would for a drink as they up-sell heavily. If you know exactly what you want then you should be fine. The bartender was a little rude to the bar-back/ other staff, but over all, not a bad place to stop at!
I like to go with friends to this place with my warmest recommendations. I visit this restaurant often. I get very good feedback from my friends. The the food there is fantastic and the stuff is attentive and cooperative. Every time we visit this place we pass a splendid time. warmly recommended.
The 'four' menu was perfect and very good value - although this is a 5 star review I would advise diners to check with the servers which items come with a supplement - it wasn't very clear that both caviar dishes came with a supplement, so
Cheap, delicious and filling. The staff are very hardworking and clean-looking. One of the best chicken and rice in NYC. The tables and chairs at the triangle across the street is a convenient eating area. You might get long lines between 12 and 1pm on weekdays, but it goes pretty quickly.
Some of the best I've had. And I driven and gone looking over the years to find good chicken over rice halal food. Luckily this place is only 2 blocks from my job.
I absolutely loved my experience here while visiting New York, and I will definitely come back. Our waitress was really friendly and helpful and the food was even better and cooked to perfection, also if you can, I very highly recommend the clam ravioli. The place itself is enough reason to go back since it has a beautiful setting.
Good food but service was very slow. We were first to arrive but last to get our bill making us run to the Vivian Beaumont.
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