Had dinner this evening with a friend. Very pleasant service, good food; the salmon was delicious and the chicken pot pie was very large. Unlike most NYC restaurants, it was neither crowded nor noisy. A nice dinner overall.
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We went on a Saturday evening, and it wasn't very busy, surprisingly. Considering it's right across from Central Park, we thought we'd have a hard time getting in. The service was slow, but the food was pretty good. They have a good kids menu, and...More
Eggs Benedict were just perfect, also I had a pumpkin muffin that was best muffin I've had ever! Service was very good and also the place it's very pretty. It can get a little bit noisy, but it's a great place for brunch and breakfast.
After having walked for about 3 hours in the Central Park we were famished. We decided to go into Sarabeth's. Swiftly seated in a nice booth. Service was good and reliable. Menu is varied. Food tasted good and of good quality. Portions are big and...More
Been going to this place for years! Our first time was about 7 years ago on the Upper East Side. WOW how things have really changed!! First and most important: Eggs are not cook but microwaved? Really guys! Shame on you and for charging $24.00...More
Maybe it's my fault. You know there is no reason to go to Sarabeth's if you are a local, but my friend visiting New York wanted to go to Sarabeth's. Yes, my fault... I should have stopped her. 1) They mention 3 kinds of wine;...More
Good Authentic stuff - the kind I always look for in every city I travel to, but service levels not too good INTERIORS & AMBIENCE  Very average - nothing to remember. The table had some jam on it from the previous customer, which got...More
This place does a great breakfast, that's for sure! The farmers omelette and eggs benedict were our particular favourites. The only downside is that it's very expensive for what you get, but I guess that's due to location. However, ten dollars for an orange juice...More
Food, service and ambiance were far from what was expected. We had a reservation for 8pm, the table was ready.... but they run out of bread. Incredible, first time in +50 years that a restaurant I attended did not serve bread... is like going to...More