Ate here the first night we arrived in NYC. Friendly staff & a good fixed price menu - $38. Very enjoyable, although the drinks were pricey.
The carrot soup is especially nice as are the salads. My friend had the tarte and said it was delicious. The service isn't rushed and the restaurant is convenient to the Frick and the Met.
Three friends and I went to the Fig & Olive on Lexington Avenue between 62nd and 63rd street last night, arriving on time for our 6:45 reservation. We sat there for 10 minutes before our server came over (not like the restaurant was packed) and gave us menus, nothing else. About 10 minutes after that I had to flag a... More
For the last evening of this year's New York holiday we went to Fig & Olive Uptown as it was near where we were staying. I can safely say that it was by far the least satisfactory meal of our two-week stay. In terms of running a good restaurant it broke nearly every rule in the book. The maitre d'... More
Nice atmosphere. Felt like we were being up sold by a waiter we just did not gel with. Lunch cost $84 for toasted sandwich, seafood salad, olives and a bottle of mineral water.
The food here was very good and the service was excellent. It was a great find as we were unsure which place to try. The paella was excellent and was part of the Prie Fixe menu. We would return to this place again.
the place is relatively small so it's not really ideal for big groups. however, if you are taking a loved one - you should defnitely hit this place. the ambiance is very pleasant, brightly lit and the service is great. we ordered three Crostinis - (bottom to top) 1) Prosciutto, Ricotta, Fig, Olive, Walnut, 2) Tuna, Sesame Hummus, Scallion 3)... More
Try the cheese and meat plate appetizer. Wonderful place for lunch. A little pricey but not overly so. Worth a try!
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