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Manhattan: The Crooked Knife

29 East 30th St, New York , Phone: 212-696-2593

Reviewed by: Chris B from Australia, review #3939

When: 2011

Interesting bar & restaurant in Manhattan. Great service, fabulous food.

Wes & I visited the Crooked Knife on our last evening in New York with our two adult nieces (Nov 2011). I'd walked past it several times and it looked friendly & welcoming - happy customers, both inside and out. There's a bar menu from 11:00 am to 4:00pm which looked to be reasonably priced. For the evening meal the tables were laid with crisp white linen & good cutlery & glassware. I made a booking, but for a Monday night this probably wasn't necessary.

While I can't remember all the dishes we ate, the bowl of mussels, seafood pasta, pear salad & beef stew are still remembered. Including a bottle of wine and pre-dinner drinks the cost for four was approx $120, which we thought was good value for money.

The service was great - friendly but not intrusive. We'll definitely revisit - happy to recommend for either a casual meal or a special occasion.

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