Written by Michael B. on
6 other reviews |
A three-star review because the food that I did receive was tasty. On the other hand, my Brooklyn Label Burger with "Vino-nion" (which I might be mistakenly be assuming is some sort of onion) and bacon arrived as a burger with just cheese and slice of tomato. I won't contest that what I (quickly) received was good, just not specifically was advertised. And bacon is important.
Burger (ordered in a salad wrap) arrived warm, and in less time than the delivery time posted. It was cooked to order. The Sweet Potato "strings" are actually covered in flour (I believe that's what it was...) and then deep-fried. I was expecting something fresher, like fresh-cut sweet potato fries. Plus, having gluten intolerance, I wasn't able to enjoy the fries that I had looked forward to! They also forgot my chipotle mayo sauce, which I did pay $1.25 extra for. But the delivery was prompt and I would give dining in the restaurant a chance for sure.
Written by chris c. on
1 other review |
ordered 3 things.
burger which was pretty damn good.
mac n cheese was meh for brooklyn standards.
ginger ale. now this is something that irritated me. since it's one of the few beverages listed, I assumed it was a local ginger ale or a specialty kind. I found out I paid 2.50 for a can, a can, of canada dry ginger ale. what a ripoff.
Written by Oge E. on
Great experience ordering brunch. They called to clarify something as mundane as my coffee order and the food arrived hot. Very polite on the phone and the delivery man was very polite too. As I said before, the food was hot and tasted great. I have found my go to brunch place for take out in Brooklyn.
Written by Patrick R. on
4 other reviews |
Wish the greatness of the Brooklyn Juniors, something was lost in translation with the Times Square Juniors, because the Brooklyn food is always fresh always delicious & always the way you ordered it. To contrast the 1st & only time I ate at Times Square Juniors I ordered a medium burger no cheese, I received a dried up burnt hockey puck with cheese, which is means they either let the dishwasher cook it or the chef is an talentless moron, I mean the words well done or cheese never came out of my mouth!
Written by Michael J. on
Two Door Tavern has a diverse, tasty menu of American fare. Delivery is always prompt and they're good about minor instructions (hold this, put that on the side, etc.). Their salads and chicken sandwich are go-to items for an easy weeknight bite at home and the warm cookie with chocolate sauce and ice cream is a great sweet treat. The cookie is huge, soft and delicious.