We were the only two people in the restaurant on a Friday night. Food was great, but we felt rushed as the only server was closing up the bar while waiting on us.
The place was a ghost town on a Wed evening. It's a good place for afternoon tea. But definitely not an intimate place.
food was okay but strange location for restaurant-right next to cafeteria, kept hearing the blender. service was poor, our server never came back after our food was brought to check on us, and we were the only diners
Food was pretty good: we had tuna tartare, lobster blt, and hangar steak. The steak wasn't cooked properly; we sent it back. Second time was only slightly better. Everything else was pretty good besides the massive bowl of mayo that came with the lobster blt? View is lovely: Rockefeller center, the tree, the rink. Nobody else was there for lunch. Very quiet.
Great out of the way place to have a nice meal - lunch or dinner. Beautiful view of the tree, without the crowds and high price point of other locations. Also has a "café" for casual/self serve dining.
This is basically the juice bar at the Equinox gym that shreds the floor, with a fe hot options. Food was mediocre. Nice view of Rockefeller tree, but that is the only good feature. Says something that week between Christmas and New Years at 7 pm we were the ONLY table there. Skip it.
Service was excellent. View of Rockefeller ice skating rink and Christmas tree was astounding.
Excellent location right in Rockefeller plaza with views of the Christmas tree and rink. However not crowded and so much more reasonably priced compared to the other restaurants in that area. The server James was excellent.
Food was great good and service prompt. While they do not have a kids menu, he offered a number of options they could prepare for kids ranging from breakfast items to flat breads, pasta etc.
Extremely pleasurable experience.
Only challenge is finding it. Go through the Equinox entrance to the third floor and turn left.
Hidden Gem for NYC
best view I've ever had at a restaurant. Absolutely beautiful
Was attracted by reviews regarding the view of the tree and skating rink at Rockefeller Center. Only viewed if you're a giraffe, sitting at a table in front of the window! Restaurant itself is difficult to find, and basically a "dressed-up" corner of a cafeteria. Menu is limited. Prices very reasonable by Manhattan standards. However, taste is average, at best. Lobster BLT had very little lobster. Asian Short Rib had little flavor, was very tender yet dry. Tuna tartare was molded with diced mango and avocado, little seasoning - served with potato chips (?) Scallops were "good" according to my husband. Too many other choices in the city to waste your time here.