All Reviews by vheogl
507 Columbus, New York City, USA
Popped in for Sunday brunch on a trip to NYC from the U.K. Excellent food and quick service. Atmosphere was relaxed, perfect for a lazy Sunday morning. We had the grilled cheese and a southern seiten sandwich. Both were delicious and were even enjoyed by my very meat loving partner! He also raved about what was his first and I believe only proper cup of english tea in New York.I had the milkshake which was absolutely incredible.
The only negative I have to say about this place was the cookie I had was very below par. Tasted similar to cookies i've had which are either made with too much oil or with Ener-G egg replacer. But I will admit i am a little bit of a self confessed vegan baking snob and it was okay, just not what i was expecting considering the high standard of the rest of the food.
154 East 79th St, New York City, USA
Yum Yum Yum
Went here on a Saturday evening for my birthday on a recent trip to NYC. The service and atmosphere were excellent very 1930's ish, loved it.
All the food was amazing, tastes were perfect as were the portion sizes. Would defiantly go again if i had the opportunity.
19 Cleveland Place, New York City, USA
Need more places like this!
Went here with my very meat loving partner while visiting NYC from the U.K. Was a little unsure as there are very few reviews of this place online, but as it was nearby to where were staying we decided to try it out and i'm glad we did!
As a vegan i find it very difficult to eat out in regular places without feeling irritating and awkward. The menu was incredible, loads of vegan options clearly marked and asking for their vegan non dairy option in place of the cheese and sour cream didn't phase them at all! My non vegan boyfriend also had loads to choose from.
When the food arrived it was excellent, and plenty of it, although not too much! Service was quick although not all too friendly, although i might forgive this on account of how busy and stressed they seemed.
This is obviously a popular place with the locals and has yet to be discovered by the tourist crowd, as the staff seemed a little unsure of our rather pronounced english accents. We went on a friday late evening and the place was packed and had to wait 25 minutes for a table. If you want to go here i would recommend a reservation if you can get it or at least be prepared to wait a little while.