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Fantastic food and service. Drinks are very good but pricey. $16 for a glass of wine.
mediocre food - HIGH PRICES
not a good value at all
My family has a tradition of going to Sardi’s pre-show or after-show since the 1930s....in fact, my father knew Vincent Sardi and his son. Our April 21st lunch was a prelude to going to see the matinee of FROZEN! My daughter, 7-yr-old granddaughter and I had a memorable time! My granddaughter sampled her first ‘Shirley Temple’ drink while the adults had champagne cocktails. She then enjoyed buttered spaghetti and French bread while we had scallops and salmon entrees, respectively. All the food was delicious if not especially unique....but we were not looking for any unusual foodie surprises....just good ‘ continental’ food...and certainly enjoyed our choices. We shared a piece of molten chocolate cake with ice cream for dessert. The wait staff was friendly, accommodating and prompt. They interacted with my granddaughter about the show she was about to see, took our photo at the table per our request and didn’t hover too much...just enough. The atmosphere was bright, colorful (all the entertainment stars pictures on the walls),and happy conversation all throughout....every seat was taken so be forewarned...reversations are essential. The one flaw remains the same as ever...the ladies’ restroom is woefully inadequate AND on the second level. Only 3 stalls and a waiting line up to a dozen ladies long during the most crowded mealtimes. If Sardi’s could address this deficiency it would really be a plus. Otherwise I give this traditional restaurant a big thumbs up for the food, atmosphere, service and history!
Sardi's is fun. The food is very good, very reasonably priced for Manhattan, and a decent and reasonable wine selection. You'll come for the history, atmosphere, friendly bar crowd, and the great staff. Just hanging out in the lights of Times Square is worth the trip.This should be on every out-of-towners list of places to go in NYC.
Sardi's is a legend and that is what brought us to this restaurant....and it was quite good. I would say the soup was excellent but my meatballs were not exactly what I would have expected from such a classic restaurant. I will go back but I would not order that again. Service was absolutely spot on...and the other elements made up for the not quite up to par entree.
Service was very slow. Food was cold. We waited usually for the bill
Sardi's is a special case. I go there every 45 years. When some family members came into town for a theatre weekend, I decided Sardi's should be part of their theatre experience. It's still Sardi's. Not very good food, but a unique atmosphere and right in the middle of things. I will go back again... 45 years from now.
Having said that, I frequently go with friends to the upstairs bar after shows.
Service was nice. The salmon was dry. Cannelloni was not worth the value. The restaurant needs to be renovated.
I felt the prices on the menu were quite reasonable. Then you had a good amount of variety and some traditional things that I was hoping for. Also, service was top-notch and quick. Very fun atmosphere.
Great food& excellent service. Prices were reasonable for
the theater district.
Disappointing. Knew the food wouldn’t be great, and it really wasn’t. Hoped the classic service and location would be worth the trip. Is wasn’t. Time to move on.
Service was spot-on! Food was good, priced reasonably - $150 dinner for 2, including a $50 bottle of wine. I have no complaints at all.
I always love dining at Sardi's! I have many happy memories. I once had a lovely chat with mMr. Sardi in the 1970's.
We always have a very good lunch before the theatre. Love to people watch and am amazed at how efficiently the staff operates.
Outstanding dining experience
Service excellent/table perfect, food good
Great service ! Perfect for dining pre- or post- theater. All in our party like their meal. Fun atmosphere.
Excellent service comfortable round table, very pleasant experience I would go back.
Food good, not great. Service also. Best feature is convenience to theater.
Great date dinner with my husband after lots of fun in the city. Started in the bar which was lively and the bartender was friendly and efficient. Our service at the table was top notch. We ordered the prix fixe menu and truly enjoyed the choices, portions and overall quality. And their creme brûlée is first rate.
We always go to Sardi's when going to the theater...very convenient. Food always good and the bartender is so friendly and drinks are delicious.
Very accommodating place. We go every April for our wedding anniversary and always enjoy! We would recommend it highly.
We had a reservation and were motioned in with everyone else that did not have a reservation up stairs. Initially we were stuck in a dark back corner where the back of the bench was broken. There was no problem in moving- I soon realized that we were all stuck around the wall so that a large tour group could sit in the main dining area. It became very noisy.
I have eaten at Sardi's since I was child and have never been sent upstairs- totally missing the Sardi's vibe. The food was fine but nothing special. They were all concentrating on serving the large group that came in.
Felt like I had been herded. Will not be back.
Overrated restaurant. Food was mediocre at best and way over priced. Went for dinner for 3, meals were 10 oz sirloin, scallop dish, and salmon. Three quarter sized scallops for $48 with a side of reheated frozen veggies, sirloin looked smaller than 10oz, tasted like cooked from frozen, priced at about $40. The salmon was ok definitely best tasting. Three dinners, three glasses of wine and one creme brulee dessert came to $250+, before tip. This place is only good for historical purposes, don't bother going for a good meal.
What fun to have lunch at Sardi’s, great atmosphere, prompt service and at an early Saturday lunch, quiet and quick.
its goof for its location, after a musical you can walk 2-3 minutes and have a propper dinner. Food was ok, just not my fav.
Sorry.....Service, my food (my friend's was good), Service (yes, mentioning again.....it was that bad!), and Sorry that we went!
Sardi's did not live up to the legend and the expectations.....Very disappointing. Don't go....save your money. And, should you have any special needs, they simply do not care!
Food was good. Price good considering location. Very convenient and perfect for pre or post theater dining. Fun looking at caricatures; difficulty figure some of them out.
Very pleasnat experience. It was a bit bright for an evening meal. The service was exceptional.
Saudi's continues to live up to it's longstanding reputation as a wonderful place to go for an after-theater drink or meal. Though famous, it is not the touristy place that other Broadway restaurants have become. The old-fashioned ambiance and courtly service is much as it has often been, even though patrons show up in very casual attire. Food was very good, predictable, at a reasonable price for the area. It was fun to take my adult children to a place I loved as a child.
A great place in the theatre district for dinner on a show night
Varied but reasonably priced menu
Works for tourists or locals like me
Excellent option for a late dinner after a Broadway play.
Excellent service, delicious food!
Great before the theater, but not amazing food. Good for the value.
Always great to see “old” New York. Don’t change anything.
Great pre-theatre atmosphere
A NYC classic with great salads
We had a blast! First time @Sardi's, pre-Bruce, anniversary, 6pm resie for 8pm show, plenty of time, lovely service, happy staff, happy guests!
Salmon, pork chops, perfect! Go, enjoy Old Broadway at its finest!
The food is very good, the waiters are attentive and friendly. You never know who you will see there...All the big stars have gone there and continue to. Last time I sat next to comedian Pat Cooper who is very well known...from Ed Sullivan to Jerry Seinfeld's shows. It's a fun spot and a must to do whenever I'm in little old New York.
My expectations were slightly low. I would have thought that a place like this that caters mostly to tourists would not try very hard. The food—if a bit expensive for what you get—was good and the service stellar. Nice atmosphere. I’d take an out of town visitor here.