A small restaurant a few blocks from the Citicorp building. Sit upstairs for a leisurely meal. My entire group raved about the food! More than made up for the plain decor — I cannot wait to go back for the ricotta balls and the zucchini walnut pancakes!
Tiny place with fantastic food
Great service. Perfect place for a drink and conversation
I like not only good tapas foods but also reasonable wine with friendly services. I recommend you book here if you look for a wine bar. I believe you'll definitely be satisfied with great food/drinks and atmosphere.
Great food and service! Unless many places on the UES, this restaurant actually allows you to have a conversation with your friends (perfect noise level).
Always a perfect spot for a date, I absolutely love coming here.
We truly enjoy our visits here. The food is delicious and inventive. The wine selection is good and the service is the best. Our young lady who attended to our bar table was exceptional. She was caring, attentive, a good listener and gave sound menu advice. We were not disappointed and we left very happy and contented. We definitely will make our next visit soon. Worth it and the attentive staff is one of the best.
Delicious food, attentive service, great drinks. Tuna tartare and angry shrimp are a must!
a neighborhood gem for a quick bite or longer, friendly get together, you definitely come back for more
Ambience and service is first rate. Ate upstairs by the open windows and was very well looked after. Thereafter however it was pretty disappointing. Ordered squid which was OK except for the poor presentation - the squid was sliced and chucked on the plate and almost completely covered up by a pile of lettuces which had been dumped on top of it - not the end of the world and it tasted OK - but not necessary. White wine was OK. Red wine was a problem. It came very warm basically room temp (which was probably 78-80 as it was a pleasant evening and the windows were open) - have noted this complaint on other reviews but ignored it at my peril. I asked if they had something else at a better temp and the next glass arrived chilled which was not really what I was looking for either but was prepared to live with. The problem then was the wine was pretty unpleasant - they showed me the bottle which was basically a 'generic' French pinot noir - probably worth under $10 in a store, which while I appreciate you dont get a lot for $14 a glass in NYC was still stretching it. I tried another Red (cannot remember which) which was equally rough so I left after the squid and had my entree in another restaurant.