Waiters should not cough on food. I brought the matter of viral- infested sputum being sprayed on food and drink by the waiter to the manager's attention and was told it was my ""prerogative"" to inform the Health Department (I have exercised my prerogative). Fortunately the service was so slow I could leave before my food and drink arrived.Like this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
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- General Info:
- Steak Frites is a restaurant that serves a variety of appetizers, sandwiches, salads, pasta dishes and side orders. The restaurant offers chicken breast, steak and Parmesan-crusted salmon salads. It provides a special menu for Mother s Day. Steak Frites has a private dining room that can accommodate up to 12 guests for board and business meetings, social gatherings and celebrations, as well as features oak paneling, intimate lighting and comfortable ambiance. The restaurant offers online order placement services.
- Extra Phones:
Fax: (212) 627-2760
- Soup, Tea, Coffee, Juise, Mimosa, Chicken, Wine
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- Midtown Manhattan, Union Square
Steak Frites Union Square
- Steak Houses, Take Out Restaurants, French Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Barbecue Restaurants, Restaurants
I have been going to Steak Frites for a little over a year and it has the best brunch in the city! For $20 it's unlimited Bloody Mary's, Coffee, Tea, or Mimosas plus a delicious meal!
The Mussels are absolutely delicious as well with the option of four different broths and varieties.
The waitstaff is great, very attentive and not stuck up. The deal and the location (right down the street from union square) ... view more
We've lived in the hood close to 20 years, seen lots of restaurants come and go. This one came and went and came again. Its brief incarnation as Cafe Societe was dreadful and unsuccessful, so Steak Frites is back. It is not much better. If you stick with the ""steak frite"" (rib eye version) you'll be fine, though it it a very thin steak, it is flavorful and good - its hard to mess up a ribeye. \r
But if you wa... view more
The prix-fixe brunch was great and what they had was delicious. The best part about having a table of 18 with a limited menu is that you have at least one of every dish in your party. I tried the brioche french toast, which was delicious, but a bit too soggy in the center. I assumed that the benedict would be the most popular dish at the table, but steak and eggs seemed to take the lead. \r
Their béarnaise sauce... view more
Okay, i agree with the other users that i should've checked the reviews before going to the place but gees, who would've thought that it would be THAT bad. We were a party of 5, there for brunch on a Saturday, and was seated promptly upon arrival - the place was fairly empty, but maybe it was 'cause it was already past lunch time. Things were fine and dandy up until the point that some of us were brought the wrong ... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
I should have read the reviews before I went- so I guess it is my own fault. I have never in my entire life had such terrible serivce. I worked in food service for years, dine out very often and consider myself very patient and forgiving. \r
The food sounded and looked delicious - I just wish that my party was served any food or drinks to try. Even after asking multiple times for someone to take our order we wer... view more
This place i would not even given a second thought to going, when there are so many better restaurants in the city. We were a party of 4 that had reservations, get there and sit down right away -- however no one comes over to us for 35 minutes, in which we had to ask both the bartender and the hostess for a waiter. Finally one shows up all scatterbrained and anxious and takes our drink orders, in which 10 minutes l... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch