• "Still, burgers rule this menu. The prime Angus burger ($9) was terrific, cooked medium rare as ordered and running with juices. It arrived with crisp shoestring fries, lettuce, a slice of ripe tomato, a big pickle and a choice of an add-on, like sautéed onions or bacon. We also tried the Kobe beef burger ($14); it, too, was a cooked-to-order treat, but the Angus was juicier...The po’ boy burger was also enjoyable, gilding the Angus with a topper of crunchy popcorn shrimp, a dollop of guacamole and a ramekin of rémoulade sauce. It was surf and turf on a bun...Appetizers are unnecessary, given the large portions and the salad included in the entree price. We did find some good ones, though. The crab spring roll was crunchy and loaded with seafood. Also impressive were the airy buttermilk-dipped onion rings and the basket of three fries: shoestring, waffle and addictive sweet-potato fries dusted with cinnamon. There were a couple of strikeouts among the openers: dry chicken quesadillas and vegetable pot stickers (steamed dumplings), which sat in a half-inch of water." - Joanne Starkey, The New York Times
On the expensive side for the equivalent of fast food. The food came out in three minutes. They want you in and out.
Not a great restaurant. It wont last.
Greasy and tasteless. Dirty plates. Dirty table.
Corny. No personality. Anything BUT upscale.
Our waitress was rude and definitely an amateur.
Not too expensive but you're getting crap on a plate.
Don't bother! Awful place. Typical for people who know nothing about good restaurants.
This is the best home style Italian restaurant on Long Island. How many Ragu sauces are actually more than just marinara sauces with chop meat added? At Nick D's that sauce is lovingly simmered for hours and is a true ragu. The salad is exceptional (the Nick D's salad.) Top it off with the roast chicken and you'll be a convert like me!
Rustic and classy.
The family style of this restaurant makes it very reasonable. If you have a smaller appetite you can order a smaller, less costly amount of food.
This is the best Italian restaurant on Long Island if you want simple, great food (“the steak and not the sizzle.”) I only wish they would bring back the Merrick branch.
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