Entered for lunch on a weekday after seeing the UN building. The mix of representatives from all nations dressed in smart casual is visible at Keats as well..could it be a UN place? The athmosphere is friendly and relaxed.
Since we had a big breakfast, my friend and I order soups. She orders the onion soup, me - the Mexican chili and bean soup. My soup had a lot of minced meat, red kindney beans, chili topped with cheese. The combination of minced meat and cheese makes it a bit fatty, I would not call it soup since it has more the texture of a lasagna or moussaka. But since I have never tasted this Mexican dish before, it is hard for me to tell. Also, it is tasty and I think I would have given this a four if it wasn't for that my friend's onion soup was by far to thin - it runs like water..
My friend is disappointed and as we leave she tells the waitress that the soup was too thin. The waitress stares back at her - "I don't think that's a universal opinion." My friend ask her politely just to pass the comment to the chef so he/she will receive her opinion. Which ends the conversation as the waitress promise to do so.
We paid $14,2 for the two dishes including tax. It's not expensive. A nice atmoshere, a ok lunch and a somewhat disappointing service.
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