When I'm spending $50 - $60 for a meal, I expect more than average, but that is just what we got at the New Yorker.
The restaurant makes an attempt at elegance (beautiful stained glass), but comes up short with accoustic tiles for a ceiling.
Service was average. Server was disinterested and not very attentive.
Food was also average. Nothing was exceptional here. This restaurant seems a bit pretencious. Will not return, nor recommend.
Over-rated. Way over-rated. Poor service, and an unwelcoming attitude. Not worth the price or at any price.
jnmadzan. We're not sure what the negative reviewers are talking about. Maybe they are not used to high-end dining. At the New Yorker, you get exactly what you pay for: excellent food and competent service. Rarely do you find that in Utah.
Stuffy. The New Yorker is to stuffy and milk toast for me. I can not believe that La Caille is not one of your best in town. I can enjoy a fabulous meal and feel like I am in the country. If I want New York atmosphere I would go to New York. I get treated much better in New York City.
Pepper Steak. If you haven't had one for awhile or would like something wonderful, try their pepper Steak it is the best I have every had!!
this IS the place.
I don't understand what these reviewers are talking about! I am a new customer to the New Yorker and I think it is absolutley grand!
I had lunch there today...it was very busy...the waiter was a bit slow to bring the beverages but the manager saw the problem and fixed it right away and even sent us home with a complimentary dessert. Problems are going to happen but it's how the issue is resolved that matters to me.
Depends on what you're looking for. This is the hangout of the wannabes and self important SL crowd. Food is good, but not great, atmosphere is noisey and alcohol is overpriced.
Overrated. The Gastronomy restaurants are so overrated. They are usually very loud and the food is slopped on the plate. There is no interest in presentation.
New Yorker?!!?. I found the food very good, but the ambiance less than romantic. Too smokey (private club allows smoking in the dining room, and too loud.
stuffed shirt. The New Yorker is over rated. I think this is a product of the Salt Lake restaurant market which is severely lacking for a population this size. The emphasis in Salt Lake is on the family style dining, so it doesn't take a lot to be one of the "better" restaurants here.
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