There’s something so casually chirpy, upbeat and authentic about New York New York (so authentic, in fact, they named it twice and plonked down a pool table in the middle of the restaurant) that you understand why the lunch and dinner queues are so long. The all-day breakfast is great value and very well executed. Highlights include the yummy cheese-steak muffin (layers of beef stacked on crisp muffins and smothered with salty processed cheese with a side of crunchy chips, $6.90), pancakes (a not-so-filling serving of two small, fluffy rounds with butter and maple syrup, $5.90), and corned beef hash ($7.90) – from a tin, the helpful staff advised us – served with sautéed onions and a sunny-side-up egg.
I went there with my friend. We both sharing a meal. It cost us around s$50. The meal it's too expensive n too little ... Will not enter anymore...
Posted on Sun 27 Mar 2011 00:24:51
Christine said: “Rude Service at the New York Restaurant”
I and my old mother walked into the New York Restaurant at Ang Mo Kio, after I noticed that there was no queue. As soon as we both asked the waitress, one senior staff called Jacqualine came and said the table we intended to sit, has been reserved for the guests who were looking at the Menu.
I replied Jacqualine that the guests outside were still looking at the menu. And, there also have another table besides us.
Her facial expression was not welcoming us. About a minute later, I saw another table with better seats was vacant. So, I asked the waitress could we move there as we just sit in a small place. The waiter pointed out to Jacqualine and she replied me that that table was also reserved for the same guests who were still browsing the menu.
Then, I decided not to dine at this New York Restaurant where the Customer Service is absolutely rude.
I came out with my old mother. I cannot believe such service mind set lady is managing the sitting plan.
Posted on Mon 20 Dec 2010 23:29:09
G said: “Go again.”
Went to nyny at heartland mall yesterday, and all I could say was that it was good.
Service - Fast, instantly showed me in with 2 menus. Friendly waiters, smiles on the faces and good attention to us made my day. Food came pretty fast, a fish & chips and a chicken topped with mushroom sauce (?) came in around 10 minutes, which I consider really fast for a western restaurant. 8.5/10
Food - Great. You could taste that the fish is fresh, and the skin of the fish was thin, while the meat was fantastic. Chicken was fried till crisp, and the meat was tender. 9/10
Reading the comments above, I believe that NYNY has changed over the year and have definitely improved be it service or food. Give them a second chance for those who had a bad experience, its worth it.
Posted on Sat 27 Nov 2010 22:44:11
S said: “NYNY”
NEW YORK NEW YORK SUCKS!! TOTALLY AGREED WITH WAT J SAID, things not ONLY happen at raffles ONLY but in all NEWYORK2 rest. I GIVE UP, it WINS. watever it wants to do. there are so many other restaurants out there to go. Right?
Posted on Mon 26 Oct 2009 18:07:58
J said: “New York New York at Raffles link”
We went to New York New York for dinner yesterday nite and let me tell you. The service is so bad as well as the food. We were made to wait for more than 15 mins even before some one could ask us if we wanted a table. then another 45 mins for our food to come. To add to it 3 times d wrong food. When we told the person servicing us we wanted to cancel our food.He just said ok with out a sorry or I will get ur food asap..It felt like they didnt want to serve us. The place was not too crowded and we could see a lot of people working there just standing around and doing nothing. Over all my friday was ruined by bad service and horrible tasting food. I will never go back there nor recommend the place.
Posted on Sat 24 Oct 2009 13:23:09
Ling said: “Request”
can anyone tell me where can i submit comments for NYNY?