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Quaint in Sunnyside

achinois Apr 19, 2006 02:09 AM

I just walked past a new restaurant called Quaint on skillman ave and 46th St. in Sunnyside. Has anyone been there yet?

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    ceeceee Aug 22, 2006 05:15 PM

    yes, a little earlier...let's say 11, at least would be a little better.
    what's on the brunch menu?

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      UbuEats Dec 31, 2006 03:07 PM

      Who knows- we tried to go there for brunch last weekend (about 1pm) and they were closed. Actually, about 1/2 the time we try to go there it's closed. They don't open at all on some days of the week (Tues?)

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        ceeceee Dec 31, 2006 06:14 PM

        yeah i think tuesday is the one day it is closed. still haven't gotten to brunch there yet, although we are regulars for dinner now.

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      Nonnie Aug 22, 2006 04:04 PM

      Anyone else frustrated that Quaint does not open for brunch until noon? By 12:00 my stomach is grumbling for that delicious french toast (if it's actually on the menu, that is!)...

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        jayal Aug 24, 2006 05:34 PM

        I think resturants are not allowed to serve alcohol before noon on Sundays. By the way, Quaint was reviewed in this week's Time Out mag. Pretty good review - 4 out of 6 stars.

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        Martyo49 Aug 20, 2006 09:19 PM

        Ate there last night with a friend from Manhattan & we both loved it- Had an awesome stuffed pork chop & my friend loved the cod. I had the flatbreads & we shared a custard for dessert. Everything was delicious & the waiter was nice. A nie friendly lowkey place.

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          ceeceee Aug 21, 2006 06:21 PM

          i love the atmosphere in here. low-lights, open windows, nice garden.
          i've been a few times and have really enjoyed. nice cocktails. some standout dishes are the steak and the banana bread sundae...knocked my socks off.

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          wallywalnuts Aug 19, 2006 10:54 PM

          Finally made it into Quaint. I'll be back to try some more options, but I wasn't blown away by what I had this time around. The steak is very good. I had a taste of my friend's. The sauce is very nice. I ordered the calamari, which I thought was a bit bland. The flatbreads are okay. For dessert, I got the chocolate stout cake. Not impressed. Pretty tasteless. It was served with chocolate sorbet...I think a vanilla pairing would have been better. And the mint whipped cream didn't taste minty at all. However, the atmosphere is nice and lively, it's a great addition to the neighborhood. I'm hoping they'll change their menu here and there.

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            photogirl6 Aug 17, 2006 12:48 AM

            We just moved to Sunnyside 2 weeks ago. So far, Quaint is at the top of our extremely short list of places we've tried. My mussles were delicious! I then had the fish of the day with chick peas and swiss chard, which was just ok, but after a taste of my friend's steak, I know that that will be my entre of choice next visit. The wines were all tasty and inexpensive. We'll be back for sure.

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              catherine Jul 2, 2006 03:58 PM

              Has anyone tried the brunch? I walked by yesterday and it said they have Sunday brunch, but I didn't see the menu so I'm curious.

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                UbuEats Jul 1, 2006 11:24 PM

                It's a very nice place. Not as good as Bliss down the street, but about 1/2 the price. The service was very nice, even a little overwhelming- they sort of played tag-team so much we didn't know really who the server was. I had the pasta of the day which was a little bizarre- angel hair with mexican sausage. But the ceasar salad was really great (lots of garlic) and my wife had a great meal.

                Great addition to the neighborhood, and they have an outdoor area as well.

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                  tracyk Apr 19, 2006 09:11 AM

                  I stopped in last week and they said they'd be open in 2 weeks.
                  Do they have a menu posted yet?
                  The owner said it would be "very casual American", which is definitely something we need in the neighborhood.

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