Chili cheese fries were great. Quick before show dinner.
I was not taken to Flavortown. The food was nothing special and kind of bland. The decor is no better than a Chili’s or Applebee’s.
I liked the spacious, industrial atmosphere. It was a good spot for pre-theatre lunch with kids but overall the food was surprisingly unremarkable.
I am big fan of Guy's Triple D show and was really looking forwards to travelling to New York City to dine at one of his restaurants. Reservations were important, as the wait line was backed out to the street. There was a good atmosphere, with a decor suited for the type of restaurant. The food was fair. I had the volcano chicken, which was good. It wasn't very spicy, yet tastey and presented very well. My wife had the ribs, which was where we were disappointed. They were dry/ overcooked/ old, but where there was the real shock, was that the sauce was lack luster or didn't have much flavour. Surely, with all of Guy's knowledge of BBQ, it would have translated to a killer rib sauce; this was not the case. Lastly, the washrooms were in a complete state of disarray and extremely dirty. They truely look abused. Granted there were three floors packed with people, yet when we informed staff (most particularly taking notice the 4 staff members loitering at the nearest till) not one of them when to address them during our entire dining (~2 hrs). I'm still happy that I can say I went to one his restaurants, but I'll stick to the restaurants he promo's on Triple D.
Great food !
Wish they had more burger options .. everyone was expecting a more extensive crafty burger menu. Overall food was amazing... drinks were perfect and desserts were amazing !
Yes try the CARROT CAKE!
Food was lukewarm, both times i ate there. Good flavor but bad temp.
I had the chicken tender appetizers. They were not spicy and I have had better at fast food restaurants. My husbands meal was great.
Had a gift card, otherwise not sure if I would have gone. After hearing about his political views I would pass next time.
The food was wonderful and exactly what we wanted. The service was decent, but it was a bit noisy and crowded as we expected.
Despite being seated immediately, this meal was disappointing. The first shocker was no refills on soft drinks, and water and soda refills were slow. Our disappointment increased when our appetizers arrived. The fried calamari should have been called fried anything else because the least food item in this appetizer was calamari. We ordered the nachos with no basil. A small plate of nachos arrived covered with basil and burnt cheese that made the nachos hard to eat. More than a half hour transpired between the appetizer plates being cleared and the entrees beginning to arrive. Four of our five entrees were delivered and we were assured that the fifth would be delivered promptly. Fifteen minutes after being reassured that it was on the way, it was delivered without an apology. Despite being called The Big Dipper and being delivered after the other entrees, the plate the dipping sauce for which we needed to wait five more minutes. It was such a surreal dining experience we thought we were being pranked. We had many options for dinner when visiting New York City. We chose to return to Guy's. Instead we spent the night talking about where else we could have eaten.