Categories: American (Traditional), Steakhouses
Address: 19 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10014
Date Visited: March 2017, dinner
Price: $$$ (~$65-90 for two, with a couple of drinks)
Hours: Dinner: Mon-Wed 5:30-11pm | Thurs-Sat 5:30-12am | Sun 5:30-10pm
Weekend Brunch 11-4pm | Wed-Fri Lunch 11:30am-4pm
Verdict/Summary: MAYBE - question is, what are you looking for? Quality Eats is a chic, quality restaurant in Greenwich known for their modern twists on classic dishes (eg. $29 for a hanger steak, steak tartare for $16). Please note that this is NOT a traditional New York steakhouse or porterhouse, so don’t come here looking for something similar to Peter Luger’s or Del Frisco’s. But come if you're looking for fresh ingredients, cooked-to-order and affordable steaks without having to break your bank. Their steaks are solid, though their appetizers have room for improvement.
What to Order: The Don Ameché steak ($29), served nicely charred, sliced, and pink-in-the-middle; with amazing chicken liver mousse toast and balsamic-dressed arugula
We each individually ordered a main (steaks!) and shared some appetizers and sides.
Appetizers (pics on the left): Not bad but neither were memorable,
- Sausage and pepper toast ($15)
- Crab and avocado ($18)
Sides (unpictured): Overpriced for portion sizes and just alright.
- Grilled bokchoy ($8)
- Spicy mushrooms ($8)
To be honest, these weren't impressive and I probably won't order them again if I returned. However, I did hear great things about their grilled octopus ($25)!