124 E 28th St.,
New York , NY 10016 UNITED STATES
Based on 7 reviews
Very much worth the trip to NYC!I am a research geek.. My hubby & I wanted something special, but yet different & romantic for our 10 year anniversary. I read the reviews previously posted--although everyone is intitled to their opinion, my hubby & I absolutely loved the place! Hospitality was outstanding, the food was absolutely delicious & the atmosphere was simply cozy & everything that we could have ever hoped for! I was very suprised by our cozy booth with rose petals scattered about & the jazz band playing in the distance. The service was outstanding & Richard, was very accomidating to our needs and wants. Being from Texas, that says a lot! The Black Duck is definately a best kept secret that I am telling ALL my friends about! I can't wait to return!
Love love the Black DuckI used to go to the Black Duck all the time when at my former company as it was literally around the corner. Met up with some old co-workers last night at the duck and now i remember why we always go there for after work. Great drinks and friendly staff. Plus they have that sweet loungy couch area in the front for us to hang out. This is a good spot to go in Flatiron for sure. Cannot comment on the food since i have never eaten here...but they do give out little chocolates!!
The Best !!!It was a wonderful experience...from the service of the host to the waiter. And the food was excellent...the portion, the temperature of our meal and the flavor. My compliments to the chef !! It was absolutely exquisite !!
Great tasty food and serviceLoved the food! it was exquisite. Definitely recommending it to friends. The service was excellent too. I'll be back for sure!!!!
Great food.MY friends & I had a wonderful time there. The food was delicious (I love see food) and the service was excellent. i will definately return.
Excellent cuisineI went to this restaurant on December 18, 2009 with my co-workers for a holiday dinner. The chef, Hector Tice,
Save your moneyIt is shocking how in such a competitive restaurant market food (and service) can be so average. The $28 halibut accompanied by a mound of starch (called risotto) can be consumed in three bites (four if you remember your table manners). How is it possible that in one of the best cities for bread the offering here was inedible (another chemical experiment in starch gone bad). I was hoping desert would turn around my disappointment. True to form the poached pear was a mound of chopped pears with some melted Toll House chips. Dinner for four including wine and tip ran close to $400. The prices and food here can kill a romantic buzz in no time. Jump in a cab and go to Baltazhar instead. Romance and pleasure are sure to follow.
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