A casual restaurant, you can grab a seat by the window or a table and watch people pass by 59th Street or gaze into H&M which is across the street.
The last time I dined here, I just had a quick lunch with a colleague. There aren't many good inexpensive options in this part of Manhattan, and I remembered having a great dinner here so I figured, why not try it for lunch.
The lunch menu is simple - sandwiches, salads, and entrees. I opted for the Grilled Yellowfin Tuna Sandwich, $14.50. A great deal for good quality fish served on toasted wheat bread, with guacamole, tomato and alfalfa sprouts along with a side order of fries, coleslaw and a pickle spear. The sandwich was delicious. The fish was cooked medium-rare, just the way I like it, and the sandwich was seasoned perfectly. The fries were also great - crispy and with just a touch of salt. The coleslaw, I was not a fan of. I just picked at the big chunks of cabbage, and didn't care for it much.
|Grilled Yellowfin Tuna Sandwich|
Overall, the service is great. Food is excellent. I beat the lunch rush and got a table right at noon, and was done at 12.50. Not bad.
Not around for lunch? They offer a great deal for dinner - $25 for a three course prix fixe dinner. So if you weren't kind to your wallet while shopping, you will be kind to it with that deal.
David Burke at Bloomingdale's
1000 3rd Ave
New York, NY 10022