807 Classon Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11238
at St. John’s Pl.
By digbyjane on 10/2/2008
I ordered some food to be delivered to my house today. When I called, I ordered the salad, (and one for my friend)They claimed it was very substantial, I also ordered a 7 dollar soup. When the food arrived, the soup was lukewarm, completely insubstantial (didn't even fill half a quart container) the salad was really bad, looked old, and was TINY, it was really bad. I called the restaurant and asked to speak to the manager. She said rudely that she wasn't in charge of quality or pricing so couldnt help me and slammed the phone down. When I called back, they said, those were the portions, and put the phone down again. The portions were one problem, but the quality was even worse. I won't go there again, this economy doesn't need businesses around who can't even be bothered to care in the slightest about a decent product. $33 i paid for two tiny, old, rancid salads, and one half quart container of luke warm oily soup.
By BuckeyeJillie on 5/30/2008
First visit here was prior to the liquor license. The foud was pretty great. In our group we tried many things but big hits were the smoked mac n cheese and the artichoke crostini. The salmon of a friend was not his favorite. The hanger steak was good. They have jazz on sundays for brunch I hear and the menu is still getting solidified so hopefully they'll find the solid items and keep them around. Decor is fun as far as lighting-candelabras and chandeliers are great though there is a heavy ikea presence in many things also. The acoustics allow for a comfortable volume so your conversation isn't the only noise in the room, nor would an unhappy child be-it's all pretty blended overall. Great owners/staff. Happy to have it and looking forward to returning for the wine!