by Junior Barnfield on
Oh my God that burrito! You know it's good when all you can talk about for an hour after lunch is what you just ate. Sure, the Kobe Beef Burger is good and the Pulled Pork Sandwich is pretty well-executed, but the Tandoori Chicken Burrito is THE item to order here. Flavorful, moist, and filling, you just can't go wrong. Don't get the fries with your lunch -- they're as pedestrian as they come, but the salad is top-notch and will leave you asking for more (even if you're more a fan of fries than salads). The fresh juices here are also very good and make a nice compliment to your lunch, so I'd suggest giving them a try if you feel like some vitamins from raw fruits and veggies would do you some good. There are 2 reasons for 4 stars instead of 5. First, while the burrito is amazing, the other options are just pretty good. Second, I got a dirty water glass on one of my trips here; it was replaced with a clean glass when I noticed it, but this should never happen in a restaurant.
by Adolph Kerbo on
Why do I even bother with Steven Starr spots anymore? It's not that they're bad...It's that they are painfully, horribly, tragically, repulsively average. Steven Starr is the King of Mediocrity. The food is passable, but uninspired. The atmosphere and decor can be described as Futuristic Wanna Be. The people...well...just well. The staff seems bored and impressed with themselves for said boredom. Where oh where has Neil Stein gone. Even after doing a bid and all the crazy, he's got more class in his little toe than all the Starr gaudy whorehouses in Philly combined. This place smells and feels like yawns... Go to Rami's truck....better food, better ambiance, just better...