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My husband and I went to NYC to see a concert and decided to stay at the Yotel. This restaurant was onsite and had good reviews so we thought we’d give it try. The food was OK really nothing special.
After a hellish Uber ride from the west Village we finally arrived an hour later. Luckily I was able to make a 9:00 reservation after the Green Fig cancelled our 8:00 reservation as a no show. We arrived at 8:30 but apparently they didn’t notify open table that we had arrived. I told them about the new reservation. The drinks were good and a welcome relief after the ride to the hotel!
Lovely service. Lovely atmosphere. Delicious food. We had a great time!
Excellent food, calm ambience - one of the rare restaurants where you can hear yourself and your companions talk!!
Chef Yuval is the best!!! Everything was impeccable!!! We will be back
Tucked away on the fourth floor of the Yotel Hotel in Hell's Kitchen, the Green Fig is an easy walk to the theater district but away from the rush of pre-theater diners. The staff are warm and welcoming. The room is large and spacious, and has a wall of windows to watch the sun set. The menu is varied Israeli/Middle Eastern, with reasonable prices. We did have an issue with the wine, which is pumped with CO2 rather than poured from bottles, creating an unexpected bubbly effervescence; but a new glass was quickly brought. The mezze platter was more then enough for two; we will go back and try more.
Very well served and the Chef took effort to come out and meet us so we got the chance to tell him directly how great the food was.
We were not expecting a rooftop bar type place with only a few tables. Our waiter was outstanding however the food left a lot to be desired. We each ordered a dish on a brioche and mine was the eggs benedict on top. Frankly it was more bread than anything else and didn't resemble a brioche at all. The eggs and spinach were very salty and I didn't enjoy the dish. Our waiter recommended an eggplant dip with pita as a start and that was outstanding. He was personal and very helpful.
Many healthy choices. A delicious brunch with terrific service.
This particular Saturday evening, there was a sizeable group, mostly at the bar, that was unusually noisy. Fortunately, the host seated us a distance away. I'm used to the Green Fig being calm. Nonetheless, the nearby rowdiness did not keep us from enjoying our dining experience.
Good food. Portions could be a bit larger. Friendly and helpful staff.
I had the tasting menu. The califlower appetizer was submerged with two different creams. Also the main, with rice and meat, was very heavy.
The best thing was the crème brûlé, worth the wait.
Close to the theater district, very friendly and competent service. Tasty, well prepared food. All in all a good choice.
I'll start with I would go back. Food was very good. Had shrimp appetizer and the potato Cesar salad. Both very good. Had to flag down someone to ask for salt and pepper and another drink. Overall good experience.
Upon arriving, we were informed we could not be seated due to private event. Maybe block off those times next time.
I had a wonderful hamburger, prepared medium rare as I like it, and plenty messy! My wife loved her hummus. As a surprise, they asked us to sit in a different room and it turns out there was a singer doing Barbara Streisand, which was fun. We had tickets for the show at the Signature theater, so this was really convenient.
Overall the Green Fig is a favorite
Being a hotel and in an area where one needs their phone / laptop-
It baffles my why no plugs! Especially under the outdoor bar. Yes I know there’s a ‘charging station and plugs on the inside bar’, but plugs outside would help
The apps are the best part of the menu-
Entrees have never been a favorite
Cocktails are good yet there needs to be a better selection of beer
Add bud lt! A simply, drinkable beer one can turn to after your big ‘cocktails for two’
Overal-go...enjoy and get apps—-like the dips and shrimp with polenta
What a gem of a restaurant, and so well located as well!
A terrific find, and right in the theater district, too.
Disappointing meal for the price. Very nice server, though!
It was nice, open place. Friendly waitress and maire'D. But it took quite some time for us to get a glass of water and the menu. The place is too big to be served by just 1 waitress. Otherwise, the food and service was good.
Great .! Waitress was great. Loved the Eggplant Bechamel.
I live in the area and was excited to try this restaurant out. Unfortunately, it was a standard hotel restaurant. Food was competent, but unexciting. Don't be fooled by "Authentic" menu. There were maybe 3 "Mediterranean" dishes on menu, the rest were hamburgers and typical American fair. Waiter was friendly and attentive (especially given how far we were sitting from the bar). However, kitchen sent appetizers and entree's out together... so the steak (dry) and burgers/fries were cold by the time we got to them. Most diners were out-of-towners and drunk (one exceedingly wasted girl tried to hit us up for pot)... a jersey-shore selfie fest. If you want real mediterranean food, go to MeMe two blocks away. This one is only for the guests at Yotel.
The outdoor space was charming, relaxed and hip. The food and drinks were good and reasonably priced. Not too packed or overwhelming on a Saturday night. I will definately go again
Loved the outdoor area and colorful decor! Excellent service. Delicious Mezze plate, quinoa salad and pina colada flan.
LOVE this quiet restaurant. Friendly staff. Delicious food. Perfect for work or social dinners. Lovely and fun!
the crab eggs Benedict were overcooked and when I mentioned it, the took the plate back to the kitchen only to bring the same plate with an over easy egg on top. The side salad had no dressing.
Great location for a not too pricey pre theater meal
Counter or lounge type seating
Limited air conditioned seating
We loved our meal and the ambience of Green Fig. We were staying in Yotel and had breakfast and dinner at Green Fig. I would recommend both. Brunch was a disappointment on Saturday morning because it was not in Green Fig but at the bar and was more or less a repeat of the dinner menu - Skip the brunch as the Breakfast was lovely and dinner was extraordinary. I shared the mezzo tastings platter and we each had a flatbread - too much food! Everything was wonderful.
Breakfast I had my own pot of coffee and a lox English muffin - very generous on the lox and filling.
The service here was terrible. I spent most of my time trying to get someone's attention. The food was good and came out quickly, it just took forever to be able to place an order.
The food was delicious. We each enjoyed our options. The salmon was perfection.
The menu does NOT match what’s listed here. The sever was very sweet, but the food just wasn’t good.
The seats were not comfortable, the service was slow, the food was OK. Will not return, would not recommend.
Slow service. Mediocre food. Noisy. All the ambience of a cafeteria.
The food was very creative and fresh and the restaurant is spacious and airy. The grilled cauliflower is amazing. We also enjoyed the Eggplant Chateau. There was only one waiter for all the diners and one of the tables was a group of around 10 people. While it wasn't crowded, it took a long time to get some of our food. The appetizer platter of hummus and baba ganoush was beautifully presented and delicious, but only a few small pieces of pita bread came with it. We couldn't finish this dish without bread so we asked for more bread and it took almost a half hour to get more. Our main dishes arrived before the extra bread.
You won't see this from street level but it is worth the journey to find. Try the flatbread and the cauliflower appetizer. The chicken paillard and grilled vegetables are outstanding.
We go to the Green Fig whenever we are going to the theaters on theater row or the Broadway houses in the lower 40s. It always works for me. Good people, good food and good prices. And for me a (large) bonus is the fact that I live in NJ and there is a garage in the cellar of the building so that when you leave it you can be in the Lincoln Tunnel in less than two minutes --if there's relatively little traffic. On this last visit a few days ago the weather was very nice and it was after a Sunday matinee. So we had dinner outside. Could not have been better.
We arrived at 9:15 but the place was empty- we were told by the bartender to check in with the host at the entrance, but no one was there. Second floor of a micro-hotel called Yotel, which wasn’t conveyed in the pictures. We ended up leaving.
Met a friend for dinner before a play. Was great spot for food and conversation.
Green fig was very disappointing. They were unwilling to make any adjustments for dietary needs, the service was poor, and the food mediocre at best.