2200 Frederick Douglass Blvd., New York, NY, 10026
nr. 119th St.
By lingling0302120 on 2/5/2011
the food is unbelievably delicious. u can imagine the taste as it is presented. i tried the cream brulee and the cheese cake. they were great. the sandwiches were good also. the prices are reasonable and staff are friendly. The atmosphere was very good. if you want to find a place in Harlem to take a rest and have a cup of coffee or want to date with your girl friend as the Valentine's day is approaching, personally i will recommend you to come here and try the food. It is the best place for a get together.
By cbirchett on 9/17/2010
I entered the restaurant on a Friday afternoon at about 4:00pm. I ordered a lamb dish with two side orders. The food came in a reasonable enough time, but the service after the meal was terrible. I had to wait for over 45 minutes to get my bill. During that 45 minutes, the waiter appeared once, mumbling something about a written receipt and the machine not being able to print out one and chaning over, but I didn't see him again for over a half of an hour. When I mentioned why I did not leave a tip (poor service), my comment was ignored, so I left, pretty dejected and bewildered. The food itself was too spicey to have served it without warning or options. There was very little lamb on the plate -- much too little for the $18.00. No, I would not return nor would I recommend this place to anyone. The tables were also much too close to one another and too close to the cash register, making the decor a little tacky as well.
By dathilacha on 2/14/2009
this is a family place. the restaurant food is interesting and good; some but not all of the baking is superior. the waitresses are nice young women who don't know the first thing about waitressing. it is not uncommon for customers to wait ages to order, then finally leave after seeing people who came in well after them get to order first.