by Sussen T. on
We were seated right away for our reservations at what arguably was the best table in the house. (2nd floor, right up against the glass wall overlooking the first floor, right int he middle). We were here for my bday celebration, the waitress suggested the "sampler". When I hear sampler, I think $30s worth of nachos and potato skins from TGIFridays. But this was a farrrr different breed of sampler...$150 *yes* one five zero (you read that right)....we didn't know the price until the check came. So basically, the waitress was an a-hole. The sampler itself came with $50 worth of chliean sea bass skewers, $30 worth of spare ribs, then somehow the dumplings, sushi roll and friend dumplings made up the remaining $70. *Which seems crazy* Anyway, I had a wasabi crusted fillet Mignon that i asked for medium rare and was served medium well (no biggie). Everyone else enjoyed their entrees. For dessert they brought out a giant/beautiful platter complete with chocolate chopsticks, a giant stuffed fortune cookie, ice cream, the works! It was amazinggg. I had a good time here!
by Shazz M. on
A very interesting night I must say. We did the Pesach special. The matzo ball soup was very good. The brisket was good not as good as my grandmom's though. The homemade matzo was a treat. The sable was delicious and the history lesson from the old Jewish Broad next to us made the evening quite entertaining. I would go back when I hit the lottery cause the prices are steep and the wines are overpriced. But a good meal. It was fun to be witness to all the hoopla!