Gotham Bistro is an American restaurant. It also has a bar. Gotham Bistro's ambience is very welcoming. With carpeted floor and elegant sets of wooden tables and chairs, the restaurant's interior is elegant. Gotham Bistro is famous for its friendly staff that treats their guests like family. The casual yet sophisticated vibe of Gotham Bistro makes it an excellent dining option for both families and couples.
Gotham Bistro is known for serving delicious burgers and salads. Among the customer favorites include the Times Square Salad, an interesting combination of vegetables with chicken and ham pieces with some mozzarella. The burgers at Gotham Bistro have pretzel buns which make the burgers taste even tastier. The bar has limited seating, but excellent service.
Made a reservation for 9pm on 1/23. When we arrived, we were told the kitchen was behind approximately 40 minutes. While this was understandable due to the blizzard going on that day, we said we were happy to wait and have a few drinks. We were seated, but never given any menus. We waited 30 minutes with no waiter, no water, no drinks. In fact, no other employee ever said another word to us. We saw 2 male employees running in and out of the kitchen doing all of the work while 3 female employees stood around at the front check in on their smart phones the entire time. The only thing they did was turn customers away. I'm not sure I'll even come back to redeem my gift certificate. Terrible experience all the way around. Someone needs to seriously examine the staff and get rid of those useless standabouts.
We wanted to find an easy place near our hotel on the night before catching an early flight out of town. Described as a "gem" of a place, this seemed promising. A quick look through the menu provided on the Open Table site gave us some solid options as a reasonable price. In the end, I felt as though the description of the restaurant on Open Table and the actual place were worlds apart. This is a glorified kitchen attached to a room where complementary breakfast is served each morning to the Sheraton guests. The space was dark. The menu was extremely scaled back from the menu online, and I found myself searching to try to find the best option. The guacamole was not good--maybe a mix with some avocado pieces thrown in for good measure? Our salads were basic and perfectly good, so in the end it was fine, and our waitress was delightful. I just think it is important to not overstate this place--this is no hidden "gem."
The environment was interesting because there were not many people there at the time, so we were treated to special attention by the Chef and his staff. The Chicken Parmegian and Pulled Pork Sandwich were very good, coupled with a lovely bottle of Spanish Pilot Grigio!
Tried this quiet spot inside the Sheraton because we had a Restrauant.com certificate. The food was more than reasonably priced for the quality. Delicious fish tacos and meatloaf. Started with some kicking corn fritters and chips & guacamole. Decent selection of beers to accompany dinner. Recommended for a quiet spot to get a good meal!
Wasn't what we were expecting
Unless you are staying at the Sheraton, which is where this restaurant is located (at the way back), don't bother eating here. EXTREMELY LIMITED MENU.
We found refuge here as NY was being inundated with snow and we were staying at the hotel next door. The food was adequate, service quite good and friendly as we were practically the only ones there. However, this is more a very small coffee shop than a restaurant. I would recommend it only in an emergency such as ours.
They were confused to have guests with a reservation not staying at their hotel come for breakfast on a cold icy morning. The fare was fine the service was lacking.
The room was very noise free and comfortable. The menu was reasonably proced with a wide variety that would appeal to various tastes.
The wait staff was very knowledgable and courteous and service was excellent.
The meals we ordered was delicious with right amount of flavor.
dark, no windows, shouldn't be considered theater district because it's too far of a walk, a bit depressing, not at all what we were looking for. The food is ok but nothing special or unique. Prices are pretty good, service is ok, not great.