died and went to heavan for brunch
Oh, my has anyone else discovered Kitchenette downtown in Tribecca? We were shopping at Century 21 and fell in love w moms pancakes...and these huge slabs of cake..and this amazing tuna.. Communal seating but no tude...Just want to know if anyone has eaten diner there yet
Yeah, I used to work there. The only reason you didn't get attitude is that Ann the owner doesn't work weekends. She thinks that she is the mistress of a Mexican Slave plantation. She also specializes in eating leftovers off of dirty plates and then handling food. The Ann-die-it. Her ass has its own area code. She also defrosts the meat in dirty dishwater. You may yet die and go to heaven.
i went back there again..it was good..actually it was great. its simple...just good comfort food. Regrding attitude , i think that we New Yorkers a re so hyper critical regarding how we should be treated when it comes to service. I just want my food in a timely manner and to be treated pleasantly..thats all.and thats what i got there..in addition to this awesome turkey meatloaf.....also, if someone is disgruntled about having worked there..maybe its best that youve found something else...Those ladies who work there seem to work there butts off.. I wouldnt want to trade places with them, but they seem to get satisfaction from what they do well...... cook and feed us well!
I had been to Kitchenette awhile ago, thought it was good.
After reading the posts, I thought I'd give it another try. I just returned last Saturday. WOW the prices went up!! 2 eggs, bacon (which was sweet, yuck) 2 bisuits, and a small fresh oj, COST ME $13.00!!!! Not including tip!!! That's a bit outrageous.