I had an AMAZING late dinner, but my dessert was cut short. I enjoyed a petit steak with twice baked potatoes from the restaurant week menu. The specialty cocktails were delicious, I settled on the Cold Spring. The atmosphere was wonderful, BALCONY seating is the best!!! The waiter, servers and hostesses were professional and accommodating. Unfortunately, before would could try dessert an unforseen emergency took place. The managerial staff was the picture of grace under pressure. We were safely evacuated and out dinner ticket was taken care of. I will most certainly go back again, I look forward to it.
We ordered the Restaurant Week Dinner Menu and we were not so happy. First they had no more scallops, then they had no apple crumble cake and at the end they were running out of cheese cake. No compensation at all. Had to pay my (bad) $ 5,50 Espresso. Very disappointing.
Servers were not attentive. The first one
poured water for the table, and then we didn't see him again for the rest of the night. Had to ask for bread and butter. Another server kept taking the cocktail menu from us every time we ordered a drink. But, the food was okay.
food was mediocre. Service was good. Views of Grand Central Station
Great restaurant! Service was great we had a great time. My only complaint is i wish there was more to see of Michael Jordan since it is his restaurant. I thought they would show more of his career.
The porterhouse was sufficient for three people, the Mac n Cheese was delicious. Great atmosphere for any occasion. The 23 layer cake is amazing!!!
Horrible service.... more than TWO HOURS to eat dinner. Requested a Coke not once, not twice, but THREE times. Because one course was so slow to appear, others piled up and got cold. I won't return.
The service was great. I did the restaurant week strip steak and it was fine. Was not overly impressed with the food.
Service was disastrous, with one person not getting their main course until 25 minutes after everyone else. Bathrooms seemed unsanitary.
LOVELY setting, Steaks were fine, Desserts tasted like a school cafeteria.
Would not return.
I had dinner, alone, the other day at Michael Jordan's Steakhouse when I was in NY for business. I make it a point to eat there whenever I am in the city, because the service and food is always exceptional. Besides great steaks, they have other fish and pasta dishes that are excellent. It happened to be New Your Restaurant week and they had a very reasonably priced, $42, (for NY) fixed three course price menu with several choices. For a change, I had the salmon, and it was delicious, moist and tender. Again, I was not disappointed. The ambiance overlooking the main hall of Grand Central Station also is wonderful and especially spacious. If you are claustrophobic (which I am not), then this is the place for you! If you are not, everything else should appeal to you, unless you like dark intimate dining, which is not the case there, though I have taken my wife on several occasions and we were able to be as close and intimate as we wanted. Despite the location, it is not very noisy and tables are far enough apart (unlike many NY restaurants) to feel uncrowded.
Nothing enjoyable including dinner & service.
I thought the food was very good and I also enjoyed looking down over Grand Central
Station from our table. It did get a bit noisy when the announcements were made
for Metro North, but that has to be expected given the location. The staff was
friendly and very accommodating. No complaints.
The cocktails were overpriced, the fixed menu was good but when you add the cocktails the price per person went up quite a bit
This was my first time here. I came for Restaurant week with my Daughter. It was very good. Nice atmosphere in Grand Central Terminal. The Service and the Food was very nice. I would go back again and recommend it to my Family and Friends.
Birthday meal for a friend - she likes steakhouses and since it was Restaurant Week we figured it would be more affordable. Unfortunately the service was appalling and the food equally bad and very poor value for money. We were ignored for about 25 minutes and then when finally a waiter attended to our table we asked to taste a couple of wines by the glass, as we were going to get a bottle but wanted to taste first. We didn't like either of the first two selections so asked to taste a couple more and selected one of those, asking for a bottle. About 30 minutes later, after we'd already been in the restaurant for an hour, no orders taken, we got 4 glasses of wine, not a bottle. Another 15 mins passed before orders were taken. Only 3 of 4 starters arrived together, we had to ask after 5 mins for the salad that hadn't arrived. Mains arrived another 20-30 mins later, small dry flavorless steak with one tiny potato about 2 inches in diameter. Overall a horrible experience, and around $90 a person with the glass of wine, tax and tip included, so not good value at all. Would not go back.
Had a wonderful meal! Has lower expectations due to a review I had read on Bloomberg - but a client wanted to go ... said was one of his favorite steakhouses.... and he was right.. excellent food - great service and a line out the door waiting if any no-shows. (Nice doggy bones for sale on way out !)
Ordered time rob. Order medium rare. Served extremely rare. Sent back twice, asked for manage. Was not charged for it and left without eating other than the side dish and having a glass of wine.
Fantastic....the staff were very attentive and professional.
Thank you NYC Restaurant week will be dining again.
Even though inside grand Central, thought restaurant would be enclosed...but food was grear
Petite sirloin steak was soo tender and juicy even thou I had it well done. That potatoe pie was crunchy on outside but mashed potato in the middle. Fried egg PERFECT! Plum tomatoes and smidgen of onion just gave everything a caramelized blend! Mimosa waa DELISHH...ALL I NEEDED WAS ANOTHER ONE😄😄😄😄