CAMAJE Cooking Classes

★★★★☆
Hands-on Cooking Classes in a working restaurant kitchen. .
40.7289 -74.0016
Map and Directions to CAMAJE Cooking Classes

347-826-5026

85 Macdougal St

New York, NY

10012

Get Directions

About CAMAJE Cooking Classes

Categories
Hours
Hours vary
Reservations
Make A Reservation

Education

Education
More choices in New York:
Resultset_next

Annemarie's Dining Room

104 E 30th St # 1 New York, NY

3.9661 59
Hi! Sign in to let us know how CAMAJE Cooking Classes was?
Write a Review
Reviews 1 - 50 of 59. « Previous 1

Latest reviews from Citysearch.

.

very nice, cozy, little place !\nTry their crapes, they are the best!\nHighly recommended !

5
★★★★★

very nice, cozy, little place !\nTry their crapes, they are the best!\nHighly recommended !

.

A friend of mine and I signed up for weeknight dinners class and we loved every minute of it! Chef Abby was really great, friendly and most of all knowledgeable. We got an in-depth lesson on the best pots and pans to use in order to make food taste amazing. \n\nAfter we followed recipe instructions with the guidance of Abby's staff and herself we were then led into the kitchen to assist with cooking the meals. After a long day at work on a rainy night, food never tasted so good!\n\nWe came away from this class inspired and with a bunch of new recipes that we've never attempted cooking before. I can't wait to get a new pan, plus all the ingredients to cook lentil stew again!

5
★★★★★

A friend of mine and I signed up for weeknight dinners class and we loved every minute of it! Chef Abby was really great, friendly and most of all knowledgeable. We got an in-depth lesson on the best pots and pans to use in order to make food taste amazing. \n\nAfter we followed recipe instructions with the guidance of Abby's staff and herself we were then led into the kitchen to assist with cooking the meals. After a long day at work on a rainy night, food never tasted so good!\n\nWe came away from this class inspired and with a bunch of new recipes that we've never attempted cooking before. I can't wait to get a new pan, plus all the ingredients to cook lentil stew again!

.

Bought this as a gift to my partner. After coming from an ICE - Institute of Culinary Education class, this experience was subpar. The website advertises ""learning"" how to cook and ""hands-on"" experience, but this was not the actually the case at all.\n\nFirst off, the store owner/chef shows up 10-15 minutes late. The class was supposed to start at 10am, and at 10 the restaurant was completely closed and doors locked. As we were walking away to forget about the whole thing and try and get our money back, the owner shows up and asks us if we were there for the class.\n\nFirst hour was spent explaining the ingredients as well as small talk. We did not start doing anything until around 11:30ish. Our group was 5 in total (one person was there just because she wanted to use a gift certificate before it expired). \n\nBottom line, the only thing you will do in this class is chop ingredients. The owner/chef does everything in the very tiny kitchen in the back herself. You DO NOT cook. You DO NOT have your own space of any kind. You stand there while she adds the ingredients and does not really explain the portions used or what she is doing.\n\nThis was very surprising because during the hour lecture beforehand, she stressed that the success of the dish we were making depended heavily on measuring the right amounts of sauces/spices to add into the mixture. While we stood there and watched her cook the food, she added everything by ""eye-balling.""\n\nSave your money, pay a bit more and find a better cooking class experience like ICE or I'm sure others in the city where you can cook yourself and actually learn to do it in your own home.

1
★☆☆☆☆

Bought this as a gift to my partner. After coming from an ICE - Institute of Culinary Education class, this experience was subpar. The website advertises ""learning"" how to cook and ""hands-on"" experience, but this was not the actually the case at all.\n\nFirst off, the store owner/chef shows up 10-15 minutes late. The class was supposed to start at 10am, and at 10 the restaurant was completely closed and doors locked. As we were walking away to forget about the whole thing and try and get our money back, the owner shows up and asks us if we were there for the class.\n\nFirst hour was spent explaining the ingredients as well as small talk. We did not start doing anything until around 11:30ish. Our group was 5 in total (one person was there just because she wanted to use a gift certificate before it expired). \n\nBottom line, the only thing you will do in this class is chop ingredients. The owner/chef does everything in the very tiny kitchen in the back herself. You DO NOT cook. You DO NOT have your own space of any kind. You stand there while she adds the ingredients and does not really explain the portions used or what she is doing.\n\nThis was very surprising because during the hour lecture beforehand, she stressed that the success of the dish we were making depended heavily on measuring the right amounts of sauces/spices to add into the mixture. While we stood there and watched her cook the food, she added everything by ""eye-balling.""\n\nSave your money, pay a bit more and find a better cooking class experience like ICE or I'm sure others in the city where you can cook yourself and actually learn to do it in your own home.

.

I really like Camaje for the food, casual atmosphere and friendly service. I'd definitely go back again

5
★★★★★

I really like Camaje for the food, casual atmosphere and friendly service. I'd definitely go back again

.

I planned a private party with the restaurant for 11 people. Having never visited the restaurant before, I was a bit nervous given some of the negative reviews. I'm happy to say that there was absolutely NO NEED to worry. Abby and her staff took great care of my friends and I. She started the class off with a basic run through of the menu recipes along with some basic cooking tips. Then we broke off into groups to begin prepping the meals. While you do only get to make one part of the meal you are completely free to roam around and see what each group is doing. To be honest the person who complained about only getting to make part of the night's meal is unrealistic. There's no way you'd ever eat your dinner if you had to prep and cook each course of your meal. Your group is left to its own devices for the majority of the time...however if you have a question or just want to know some other random cooking tip Abby and the other chef (John) were always on hand and nearby to lend their help and advice. I had a wonderful time, as did my party compatriots. I did extensive research on hosting a private cooking class in the city and this one is by far the most reasonably price. Tax, tip, food, some wine, clean up, and space are ALL included. I couldn't find that anywhere else in the city. And if I had wanted to decorate the area I would have been able to..something else that I was told wouldn't be allowed at other classes. Abby and her staff were wonderful. I'm so happy with how the event went that I'm thinking of planning my aunt's birthday party here. I really had a wonderful time and if you book your party there I think you will too.

5
★★★★★

I planned a private party with the restaurant for 11 people. Having never visited the restaurant before, I was a bit nervous given some of the negative reviews. I'm happy to say that there was absolutely NO NEED to worry. Abby and her staff took great care of my friends and I. She started the class off with a basic run through of the menu recipes along with some basic cooking tips. Then we broke off into groups to begin prepping the meals. While you do only get to make one part of the meal you are completely free to roam around and see what each group is doing. To be honest the person who complained about only getting to make part of the night's meal is unrealistic. There's no way you'd ever eat your dinner if you had to prep and cook each course of your meal. Your group is left to its own devices for the majority of the time...however if you have a question or just want to know some other random cooking tip Abby and the other chef (John) were always on hand and nearby to lend their help and advice. I had a wonderful time, as did my party compatriots. I did extensive research on hosting a private cooking class in the city and this one is by far the most reasonably price. Tax, tip, food, some wine, clean up, and space are ALL included. I couldn't find that anywhere else in the city. And if I had wanted to decorate the area I would have been able to..something else that I was told wouldn't be allowed at other classes. Abby and her staff were wonderful. I'm so happy with how the event went that I'm thinking of planning my aunt's birthday party here. I really had a wonderful time and if you book your party there I think you will too.

Pros: had restaurant to ourselves & price was inclusive

.

Cooking classes at Camaje are great fun and I have learned a ton in a very short time. Especially beginner classes are awesome as you learn from scratch how to impress with a delicious menu at home. Also enjoyed the theme classes very much such as brunch and specific cuisine topics. Check it out!

5
★★★★★

Cooking classes at Camaje are great fun and I have learned a ton in a very short time. Especially beginner classes are awesome as you learn from scratch how to impress with a delicious menu at home. Also enjoyed the theme classes very much such as brunch and specific cuisine topics. Check it out!

Pros: Awesome teacher, great hands-on experience!

Cons: need to book in advance, classes fill up quickly

.

I was busy extolling the virtues of Cafe Wha? to my son as we strolled along MacDougal Street and happened upon Camaje. The exterior is Village-unassuming with a pair of couches providing front-window seating, followed by a warm array of 2-and-4 person tables each fit with linen, covering and a tea-light candle. Camaje's Moulin-Rouge colored walls host the artwork of local artists and change seasonally.\r\n\r\nWe found the service quite efficient. Our waiter, Eddie, accorded us the respect to enjoy dinner at our pace rather than the all too usual 'stay as long as you like but hurry up' antics played by many servers in similar venues.\r\n\r\nThe food is magnificent. Fresh ingredients, prepared in chef Abigail Hitchcock's personally-inspired French Bistro with American-inventive style, creates a culinary experience worthy of accolades beyond my capabilities.\r\n\r\nThe Market Seafood Soup infused with saffron is by far the most flavorful soup I have ever encountered! Camaje's Navarin of Lamb was cooked perfectly and served refreshingly hot. My son loved his Caesar Salad, Roasted Hanger Steak with a side of smkoked Mac 'n Cheese. When I asked him how he liked the Creme Brulee with Lavender Craquline, all he did was smile in total satisfaction and offer two-thumbs up. My reaction to the Chocolate Fondue for two with Fresh Fruit proved identical - even though I was unable to eat the entire portion! Camaje also offers a variety of teas and seasonally-inspired appetizers I have enjoyed while passing time and conversation on the couches noted above.\r\n\r\nMy son and I have returned to Camaje - occasionally rather than regularly - over the past year and have yet to find fault with either the food or service. The atmosphere is always comfortable and welcoming. I'm sure if you try it, Camaje will become a delightful habit.

5
★★★★★

I was busy extolling the virtues of Cafe Wha? to my son as we strolled along MacDougal Street and happened upon Camaje. The exterior is Village-unassuming with a pair of couches providing front-window seating, followed by a warm array of 2-and-4 person tables each fit with linen, covering and a tea-light candle. Camaje's Moulin-Rouge colored walls host the artwork of local artists and change seasonally.\r\n\r\nWe found the service quite efficient. Our waiter, Eddie, accorded us the respect to enjoy dinner at our pace rather than the all too usual 'stay as long as you like but hurry up' antics played by many servers in similar venues.\r\n\r\nThe food is magnificent. Fresh ingredients, prepared in chef Abigail Hitchcock's personally-inspired French Bistro with American-inventive style, creates a culinary experience worthy of accolades beyond my capabilities.\r\n\r\nThe Market Seafood Soup infused with saffron is by far the most flavorful soup I have ever encountered! Camaje's Navarin of Lamb was cooked perfectly and served refreshingly hot. My son loved his Caesar Salad, Roasted Hanger Steak with a side of smkoked Mac 'n Cheese. When I asked him how he liked the Creme Brulee with Lavender Craquline, all he did was smile in total satisfaction and offer two-thumbs up. My reaction to the Chocolate Fondue for two with Fresh Fruit proved identical - even though I was unable to eat the entire portion! Camaje also offers a variety of teas and seasonally-inspired appetizers I have enjoyed while passing time and conversation on the couches noted above.\r\n\r\nMy son and I have returned to Camaje - occasionally rather than regularly - over the past year and have yet to find fault with either the food or service. The atmosphere is always comfortable and welcoming. I'm sure if you try it, Camaje will become a delightful habit.

Pros: Food. Service. Ambiance.

Cons: I live too far away to treat myself to regular meals there.

.

I made a reservation for 6 people at 6:30 for a Saturday night. At 2:45 that Saturday they called to inform me that there is a private party at the restaurant from 6-8. Seriously? They didn't know before that? I have no idea bout the food, but any restaurant that is that unorganized is not one I will patronize. Ridiculous.

1
★☆☆☆☆

I made a reservation for 6 people at 6:30 for a Saturday night. At 2:45 that Saturday they called to inform me that there is a private party at the restaurant from 6-8. Seriously? They didn't know before that? I have no idea bout the food, but any restaurant that is that unorganized is not one I will patronize. Ridiculous.

Cons: Really stupid staff

.

Was walking around the neighborhood around 8 on a Saturday night and stumbled upon Camaje, decided to give it a try. Everything was amazing. The food was delicious, we had crostinis, soup and sandwiches, an espresso...and a great bottle of wine. Total bill was $75 which was great. Finished our wine on their couches in front and just lingered for a while. Our server, Earnest, was helpful and incredibly friendly. The whole meal/experience was fantastic, definitely will go again. And again, and again...

5
★★★★★

Was walking around the neighborhood around 8 on a Saturday night and stumbled upon Camaje, decided to give it a try. Everything was amazing. The food was delicious, we had crostinis, soup and sandwiches, an espresso...and a great bottle of wine. Total bill was $75 which was great. Finished our wine on their couches in front and just lingered for a while. Our server, Earnest, was helpful and incredibly friendly. The whole meal/experience was fantastic, definitely will go again. And again, and again...

Pros: Pumpkin soup!!

Cons: Nothing

.

I like Camaje for the food, atmosphere and overall open, Village atmosphere. I've been there several times with my friends and we always have a good time. The food is delicious and the service is terrific. Highly Recommended!

5
★★★★★

I like Camaje for the food, atmosphere and overall open, Village atmosphere. I've been there several times with my friends and we always have a good time. The food is delicious and the service is terrific. Highly Recommended!

Pros: Food, Service, Ambiance

.

We made dinner reservations early in the week for 6 o'clock on Sat. night. They called on Saturday - a few hours before our reservation - and said that they made a mistake in the reservation book and they were canceling our reservation! Instead of apologizing profusely and offering another day/time with a free drink/appetizer to compensate for their mistake, the general attitude was basically, ""yeah, we messed up, but too bad!!""

1
★☆☆☆☆

We made dinner reservations early in the week for 6 o'clock on Sat. night. They called on Saturday - a few hours before our reservation - and said that they made a mistake in the reservation book and they were canceling our reservation! Instead of apologizing profusely and offering another day/time with a free drink/appetizer to compensate for their mistake, the general attitude was basically, ""yeah, we messed up, but too bad!!""

.

BAD! No A/C, cramped hot small space, and limited teaching or learning involved. Recipes were just read out loud then divided up - so each person only learns how to make one thing with little instruction. We did not get the Abby or Chris as an instructor that everyone raved about below - although the kitchen staff in the back were nice. Set up was cramped and missing measuring cups, spoons, mixing bowls, etc. The class advertised it was from 6:30pm to 10pm, but really the instruction ended much, much earlier with most of the time for us to eat the food we made - even then we left at 9pm. At the end, we asked if we could take home the left over food we made and were met with blank stares and ""we just don't do that"". Apparently the staff eats and packs away the food we just made and paid for for themselves instead. Very strange and not worth the money!

1
★☆☆☆☆

BAD! No A/C, cramped hot small space, and limited teaching or learning involved. Recipes were just read out loud then divided up - so each person only learns how to make one thing with little instruction. We did not get the Abby or Chris as an instructor that everyone raved about below - although the kitchen staff in the back were nice. Set up was cramped and missing measuring cups, spoons, mixing bowls, etc. The class advertised it was from 6:30pm to 10pm, but really the instruction ended much, much earlier with most of the time for us to eat the food we made - even then we left at 9pm. At the end, we asked if we could take home the left over food we made and were met with blank stares and ""we just don't do that"". Apparently the staff eats and packs away the food we just made and paid for for themselves instead. Very strange and not worth the money!

Pros: nice kitchen staff

Cons: hot small space, poor set up, limited instruction

.

Three weeks ago, I held my best friend's bridal shower at Camaje, and had a wonderful experience. After spending weeks researching bistros and cafes in the W. Village, I was excited to work with Chef/Owner Abigail Hitchcock. She generously answered my many questions and was a pleasure to work with, engaging me in a planning process that had been intimidating and aggravating with others. \r\n\r\nWe were able to reserve the entire restaurant and the space proved ideal for a party of approximately 22 people - the front, floor-to-ceiling windows opened out, creating a warm, spacious, yet intimate feel. The food was delicious - the fruit salad was made from fresh, seasonal berries, the entree was rich without being overpowering, and the meyer lemon tart was incredible. In addition, the front house staff was friendly and charming, and overall, our experience was rewarding. I'd HIGHLY recommend Camaje to anyone interested in having a similar event and I look forward to returning on my own for a quiet dinner.

5
★★★★★

Three weeks ago, I held my best friend's bridal shower at Camaje, and had a wonderful experience. After spending weeks researching bistros and cafes in the W. Village, I was excited to work with Chef/Owner Abigail Hitchcock. She generously answered my many questions and was a pleasure to work with, engaging me in a planning process that had been intimidating and aggravating with others. \r\n\r\nWe were able to reserve the entire restaurant and the space proved ideal for a party of approximately 22 people - the front, floor-to-ceiling windows opened out, creating a warm, spacious, yet intimate feel. The food was delicious - the fruit salad was made from fresh, seasonal berries, the entree was rich without being overpowering, and the meyer lemon tart was incredible. In addition, the front house staff was friendly and charming, and overall, our experience was rewarding. I'd HIGHLY recommend Camaje to anyone interested in having a similar event and I look forward to returning on my own for a quiet dinner.

Pros: food, ambience, service

.

I have been here quite a few times and have never had a bad experience. The food is consistently very good and I have found the wait staff quite helpful. I notice that the menu seems to change quite often, probably seasonally, so don't fall in love with any of the dishes.I once had an awesome Lamb Tagine there but it hasn't graced the menu since.The smoked mac & cheese is a mainstay and there's a very good reason for that-it's really good. It is a quiet little place with no attitude or pretentiousness. It's a great Sunday afternoon spot to dine al fresco in the nicer weather. I highly recommend giving it a try.

4
★★★★☆

I have been here quite a few times and have never had a bad experience. The food is consistently very good and I have found the wait staff quite helpful. I notice that the menu seems to change quite often, probably seasonally, so don't fall in love with any of the dishes.I once had an awesome Lamb Tagine there but it hasn't graced the menu since.The smoked mac & cheese is a mainstay and there's a very good reason for that-it's really good. It is a quiet little place with no attitude or pretentiousness. It's a great Sunday afternoon spot to dine al fresco in the nicer weather. I highly recommend giving it a try.

Pros: Quiet, cozy, nice place to relax

.

We went to Camaje after spotting it on Citysearch and had a wonderful experience. We really liked the cozy atmosphere and I spoke with a very nice woman whom I believe was the owner/chef. Oh yeah, the food was great too. Definitely recommended!

5
★★★★★

We went to Camaje after spotting it on Citysearch and had a wonderful experience. We really liked the cozy atmosphere and I spoke with a very nice woman whom I believe was the owner/chef. Oh yeah, the food was great too. Definitely recommended!

Pros: Food, Service, Ambiance

.

I recently attended one of the dark dining events at Camaje. Dark dining is an event where you are blindfolded and served four courses with wine pairings, and listen to some sort of theatrical performance in between courses. At $120/person, I had pretty high expectations. \r\n\r\nAs the diners don't get to choose what they eat, they must let Camaje know in advance if they have any dietary restrictions. Despite the fact that I emailed the owner/chef more than a week in advance with specific dislikes of each of the people dining, the restaurant managed to mess up my friend's meal. He was incorrectly pegged as a vegetarian and missed out on having meat in the first two out of three courses that he received. When I brought this to the waiter's attention and asked for it to be rectified, he only assured me that from that point on, my friend would receive meat. As for the meat from the earlier courses, tough cookies. \r\n\r\nFurthermore, the portions were tiny. The first three courses were like having three appetizers, and we were not alone in this sentiment. The people at the table next to ours felt the same, and we even discussed going to get dinner together after dark dining was over. The waiting between courses was infinite, and by the time we realized it was dessert time, we were itching to leave and rip our blindfolds off.\r\n\r\nTo add insult to injury, when I emailed the owner to let her know about the mess-up, in addition to having a glass with a chipped rim, she dismissed it all, saying that she apologized, but that it wasn't a common occurrence. That is all well and good, but IT HAPPENED TO ME AND I DON'T CARE IF IT IS A COMMON OCCURRENCE. I felt that some free drinks or something were definitely in order. While the food wasn't terrible and there were some interesting aspects to dark dining, I was unimpressed. I'd rather spend $120/person on something other than 3 veggie appetizers and a mediocre dessert at a restaurant with no concept of customer service.

1
★☆☆☆☆

I recently attended one of the dark dining events at Camaje. Dark dining is an event where you are blindfolded and served four courses with wine pairings, and listen to some sort of theatrical performance in between courses. At $120/person, I had pretty high expectations. \r\n\r\nAs the diners don't get to choose what they eat, they must let Camaje know in advance if they have any dietary restrictions. Despite the fact that I emailed the owner/chef more than a week in advance with specific dislikes of each of the people dining, the restaurant managed to mess up my friend's meal. He was incorrectly pegged as a vegetarian and missed out on having meat in the first two out of three courses that he received. When I brought this to the waiter's attention and asked for it to be rectified, he only assured me that from that point on, my friend would receive meat. As for the meat from the earlier courses, tough cookies. \r\n\r\nFurthermore, the portions were tiny. The first three courses were like having three appetizers, and we were not alone in this sentiment. The people at the table next to ours felt the same, and we even discussed going to get dinner together after dark dining was over. The waiting between courses was infinite, and by the time we realized it was dessert time, we were itching to leave and rip our blindfolds off.\r\n\r\nTo add insult to injury, when I emailed the owner to let her know about the mess-up, in addition to having a glass with a chipped rim, she dismissed it all, saying that she apologized, but that it wasn't a common occurrence. That is all well and good, but IT HAPPENED TO ME AND I DON'T CARE IF IT IS A COMMON OCCURRENCE. I felt that some free drinks or something were definitely in order. While the food wasn't terrible and there were some interesting aspects to dark dining, I was unimpressed. I'd rather spend $120/person on something other than 3 veggie appetizers and a mediocre dessert at a restaurant with no concept of customer service.

Pros: Nice area

Cons: Overpriced, small portions, bad service, bad management, delayed seating

.

The setting was very informal. The class was started late, and the owner/chef took phone calls during the first part of the class, where she was explaining the ingredients/recipes to us. Furthermore, the recipes were simple and we each got to make only one thing. The space was cramped and we were cooking in the kitchen while the normal cooks were cooking for patrons of the restaurant. \r\n\r\nAll of this said, the recipes and items we made were quite good in the end. Overall, I wouldn't go back for a class there.

2
★★☆☆☆

The setting was very informal. The class was started late, and the owner/chef took phone calls during the first part of the class, where she was explaining the ingredients/recipes to us. Furthermore, the recipes were simple and we each got to make only one thing. The space was cramped and we were cooking in the kitchen while the normal cooks were cooking for patrons of the restaurant. \r\n\r\nAll of this said, the recipes and items we made were quite good in the end. Overall, I wouldn't go back for a class there.

.

Stumbled upon Camaje by chance, strolling through the Village with friends. The people there are very friendly and the food is delicious. I like the quaint ambiance.....makes me feel like I'm at home hanging with friends & family

5
★★★★★

Stumbled upon Camaje by chance, strolling through the Village with friends. The people there are very friendly and the food is delicious. I like the quaint ambiance.....makes me feel like I'm at home hanging with friends & family

Pros: Cuisine, Ambiance, Service

.

This party was for a dear friend's engagement and we were 12 or so NYC thirtyso's. We arrived en masse to a cozy (couches in the front) Village bistro with candle-lit art on the walls. The waiters were super friendly and the wine-oh the wine!-was flowing from an impressive list -I am an amateur wine enthusiast and I enjoyed the variety for such a small place. The friends we were celebrating had had many great times there and so did we. The food was elegant but not pretentious and the space was perfect for conversation and a truly perfect engagement shindig.

5
★★★★★

This party was for a dear friend's engagement and we were 12 or so NYC thirtyso's. We arrived en masse to a cozy (couches in the front) Village bistro with candle-lit art on the walls. The waiters were super friendly and the wine-oh the wine!-was flowing from an impressive list -I am an amateur wine enthusiast and I enjoyed the variety for such a small place. The friends we were celebrating had had many great times there and so did we. The food was elegant but not pretentious and the space was perfect for conversation and a truly perfect engagement shindig.

Pros: great wine list

Cons: smallish

.

great place but overpriced i thought... you gotta try the chocolate brioche french toast thats served during brunch

3
★★★☆☆

great place but overpriced i thought... you gotta try the chocolate brioche french toast thats served during brunch

.

Overpriced and overhyped by citysearch members. First off, it's the size of my living room. Literally. Picture the eating area in small neighborhood chinese takeout joints. Booked a bday party for 7 and I asked ""How is the setup? Will there be enough room for all of us?"" I was promised 4 tables bunched together. We arrived and the waiter (very nice guy though) asked for my party to surrender one of the tables. Mind you, we were already cramped to the corner to the point where everyone had to get up in order for one person to get out.\r\n\r\nService was not bad, friendly staff. Well, more like friendly 2 guys who were the only ones working. Food came and I wondered where the rest of it was. Average of 25 a plate. R-ack (lol citysearch flagged that as an inapropiate word) of lamb had 3 ""ribs"". 3!!. Fish came, size of my video Ipod. Steak came, oh boy, it was thin and the size of a meat patty.\r\n\r\nGood thing it was dark to cover the disgusting peeling floor and aging decor. Definitely one of those places that jack up the price to give itself esteem. Avoid at all cost but pass by it to get a good laugh at the size of the room.\r\n

1
★☆☆☆☆

Overpriced and overhyped by citysearch members. First off, it's the size of my living room. Literally. Picture the eating area in small neighborhood chinese takeout joints. Booked a bday party for 7 and I asked ""How is the setup? Will there be enough room for all of us?"" I was promised 4 tables bunched together. We arrived and the waiter (very nice guy though) asked for my party to surrender one of the tables. Mind you, we were already cramped to the corner to the point where everyone had to get up in order for one person to get out.\r\n\r\nService was not bad, friendly staff. Well, more like friendly 2 guys who were the only ones working. Food came and I wondered where the rest of it was. Average of 25 a plate. R-ack (lol citysearch flagged that as an inapropiate word) of lamb had 3 ""ribs"". 3!!. Fish came, size of my video Ipod. Steak came, oh boy, it was thin and the size of a meat patty.\r\n\r\nGood thing it was dark to cover the disgusting peeling floor and aging decor. Definitely one of those places that jack up the price to give itself esteem. Avoid at all cost but pass by it to get a good laugh at the size of the room.\r\n

Pros: Nothing

Cons: EVERYTHING

.

I went to Camaje recently to celebrate my birthday and found it to be wonderful in every way. The service was lovely, never rushing me or anyone in my party, but still being attentive. The food was some of the best I've had in the city. I'm a big fan of Hanger steak and Camaje's was truly wonderful. I also tried the crabcake and souflee, both of which receive a strong A+ in my book. The rest of my party all raved about their food as well. And to top off the night, the waitstaff put a candle in my souflee before bringing it out to me, a lovely, understated way to wish me a happy birthday (and certainly nicer than the waitstaff becoming an amatuer choir). I would suggest this restaurant to anyone, they make you feel like you're home with friends and the quality of the food is terriffic. Earnest was very nice.

5
★★★★★

I went to Camaje recently to celebrate my birthday and found it to be wonderful in every way. The service was lovely, never rushing me or anyone in my party, but still being attentive. The food was some of the best I've had in the city. I'm a big fan of Hanger steak and Camaje's was truly wonderful. I also tried the crabcake and souflee, both of which receive a strong A+ in my book. The rest of my party all raved about their food as well. And to top off the night, the waitstaff put a candle in my souflee before bringing it out to me, a lovely, understated way to wish me a happy birthday (and certainly nicer than the waitstaff becoming an amatuer choir). I would suggest this restaurant to anyone, they make you feel like you're home with friends and the quality of the food is terriffic. Earnest was very nice.

.

Shabby rather then cozy. The food was barely ok. Salad was way overdressed. Halibut was dry and rubbery with an overwhelming sauce. Hanger steak was dry and drowning in \nsauce. Creme brulee was a failure. The dessert crepe, banana and chocolate was great. I would only go back for crepes. The waiter, Earnest, was very nice.

2
★★☆☆☆

Shabby rather then cozy. The food was barely ok. Salad was way overdressed. Halibut was dry and rubbery with an overwhelming sauce. Hanger steak was dry and drowning in \nsauce. Creme brulee was a failure. The dessert crepe, banana and chocolate was great. I would only go back for crepes. The waiter, Earnest, was very nice.

.

Camaje is close by to my apartment, and in spite of its rough edges, one of my favorite places to go. The food is reasonably priced, and almost always good. The atmosphere and clientele often evoke the feeling of being at a friend's dinner party, where people linger over wine, and chat over small plates of food. The downside, is that the service is terribly slow, and you can expect to wait a long time for your order to be taken, your food to arrive, and your bill to come. I only go when I have a few hours to kill.

4
★★★★☆

Camaje is close by to my apartment, and in spite of its rough edges, one of my favorite places to go. The food is reasonably priced, and almost always good. The atmosphere and clientele often evoke the feeling of being at a friend's dinner party, where people linger over wine, and chat over small plates of food. The downside, is that the service is terribly slow, and you can expect to wait a long time for your order to be taken, your food to arrive, and your bill to come. I only go when I have a few hours to kill.

Pros: Atmosphere, Food, Friendly service

Cons: SLOW service

.

I went here not sure what to expect because of mixed reviews. The food was very good, the service was kind but a little slow. To accomodate my table forgetting a glass of wine I ordered, they gave it to me for free along with a free one for my fiancee. I would definitely recommend this place, it can be a little pricey, but not bad for NYC and the food and atmoshpere is worth it.

5
★★★★★

I went here not sure what to expect because of mixed reviews. The food was very good, the service was kind but a little slow. To accomodate my table forgetting a glass of wine I ordered, they gave it to me for free along with a free one for my fiancee. I would definitely recommend this place, it can be a little pricey, but not bad for NYC and the food and atmoshpere is worth it.

.

I love the food here. They never rush you. The prices are great, too. My wife took a cooking class with the chef and said it was amazing!

5
★★★★★

I love the food here. They never rush you. The prices are great, too. My wife took a cooking class with the chef and said it was amazing!

Pros: delish food, less $$ than expected

Cons: in the W Village

.

Great food and service. Reasonable prices a GREAT VALUE OVERALL.\nI would recomend their FANTASTIC onion soup. \nLuis Massieu

5
★★★★★

Great food and service. Reasonable prices a GREAT VALUE OVERALL.\nI would recomend their FANTASTIC onion soup. \nLuis Massieu

Pros: FOOD, PRICE, SERVICE

.

Food was so good! The salmon was a bit salty, but overall excellent food. Ambience is definitely a cozy, laid back atmosphere (not romantic), fantastic choice for a lazy Sunday meal. Scallops were incredible (I generally do not eat scallops), pumpkin soup delicious, onion soup yummy, banana/chocolate crepes had too much chocolate but everything was good. Service was slow and nice but they can be nicer. I would come back again. Prix fixe is a good buy.

5
★★★★★

Food was so good! The salmon was a bit salty, but overall excellent food. Ambience is definitely a cozy, laid back atmosphere (not romantic), fantastic choice for a lazy Sunday meal. Scallops were incredible (I generally do not eat scallops), pumpkin soup delicious, onion soup yummy, banana/chocolate crepes had too much chocolate but everything was good. Service was slow and nice but they can be nicer. I would come back again. Prix fixe is a good buy.

Pros: Prix Fixe, food

Cons: Slow Service

.

Saw the mixed reviews and still decided to try CamaJe out. No regrets. Friendly service, romantic ambience and excellent food(roasted hangar steak, crispy duck, salad with goat cheese, fantastic desserts). Will definitely come back!

4
★★★★☆

Saw the mixed reviews and still decided to try CamaJe out. No regrets. Friendly service, romantic ambience and excellent food(roasted hangar steak, crispy duck, salad with goat cheese, fantastic desserts). Will definitely come back!

.

a nice cozy place with friendly service (even though not the most professional one). went there on a Tuesday night. Were seated immediately. The soups (seafood and vegeterian) were excellent. Salad was really good. and the Panini sandwich was ok. good selection of wines. around $50 not including tip for 2 soups one salad and one sandwich and 2 glasses of wine.

4
★★★★☆

a nice cozy place with friendly service (even though not the most professional one). went there on a Tuesday night. Were seated immediately. The soups (seafood and vegeterian) were excellent. Salad was really good. and the Panini sandwich was ok. good selection of wines. around $50 not including tip for 2 soups one salad and one sandwich and 2 glasses of wine.

Pros: food

.

We had dinner at Camaje last night and it was wonderful! Our reservation was for 7:30 and by 8 it was packed. Service was attentive and friendly, we didn't have to wait for anything! The prixe fix was a great deal..any three courses for 25 bucks and the food was outstanding. Portions were perfectly sized and we left feeling full but not stuffed. The menu had so many choices it took us 20 minutes to decide because everything sounded tempting. The wine list was excellent for such a small place and the bottle prices were exceptionally reasonable. Desserts were delicious..chocolate souffle was one of the best I've had. We had dessert on a comfy couch and watched the people walking by. It was so nice to chat with the owner/chef on our way out. We complimented her style and will definitely be back again for dinner and a cooking class!

5
★★★★★

We had dinner at Camaje last night and it was wonderful! Our reservation was for 7:30 and by 8 it was packed. Service was attentive and friendly, we didn't have to wait for anything! The prixe fix was a great deal..any three courses for 25 bucks and the food was outstanding. Portions were perfectly sized and we left feeling full but not stuffed. The menu had so many choices it took us 20 minutes to decide because everything sounded tempting. The wine list was excellent for such a small place and the bottle prices were exceptionally reasonable. Desserts were delicious..chocolate souffle was one of the best I've had. We had dessert on a comfy couch and watched the people walking by. It was so nice to chat with the owner/chef on our way out. We complimented her style and will definitely be back again for dinner and a cooking class!

Pros: prixe fix, romantic atmosphere, great food

Cons: , no mixed drinks

.

Too many other fun, small places in the Village. Food was decent, but not great. Service was awful - mostly because staff were overwhelmed on a Saturday night. Most laughable moment of night was when waiter offered me a free drink to make up for th 50 minute appetizer wait. When I motioned the whole table would partake in the round, he sheepishly replied that he couldn't get a free drink for everyone - just me. \n\nThe place just isn't ready for prime time.

2
★★☆☆☆

Too many other fun, small places in the Village. Food was decent, but not great. Service was awful - mostly because staff were overwhelmed on a Saturday night. Most laughable moment of night was when waiter offered me a free drink to make up for th 50 minute appetizer wait. When I motioned the whole table would partake in the round, he sheepishly replied that he couldn't get a free drink for everyone - just me. \n\nThe place just isn't ready for prime time.

Pros: Ambience

Cons: , Food, Attitude

.

I found Camaje to be very accomodating and the staff very friendly. The atmosphere is rather cozy and although the place was busy, our service was rather quick. The food wasn't the best I've had, but very tasty nonetheless.

4
★★★★☆

I found Camaje to be very accomodating and the staff very friendly. The atmosphere is rather cozy and although the place was busy, our service was rather quick. The food wasn't the best I've had, but very tasty nonetheless.

Pros: ambiance, service

.

My wife & I went for Brunch and were both very happy with our meals. The food was tasty. The service was very good and the ambiance was very cozy. We recommend it!

5
★★★★★

My wife & I went for Brunch and were both very happy with our meals. The food was tasty. The service was very good and the ambiance was very cozy. We recommend it!

.

A few co-workers and I went to Camaje on a Tuesday night based on the 9.4 rating on CitySearch. The restaurant was empty, except for a handful of people there for a cooking class...we remained the only people there eating our mediocre food amidst the sound of whisks against the side of bowls coming from the class. Did I mention, the class was being held right in the main dining area as we ate? Hanger steak was rubbery, ribs were cold, potatoes undercooked, and the desserts below average. The icing on the cake was the 18% gratuity that was automatically added to our bill, though we were a party of 4, and not 6 as the menu states. Plenty of other French bistros in Manhattan...don't waste your time here.

2
★★☆☆☆

A few co-workers and I went to Camaje on a Tuesday night based on the 9.4 rating on CitySearch. The restaurant was empty, except for a handful of people there for a cooking class...we remained the only people there eating our mediocre food amidst the sound of whisks against the side of bowls coming from the class. Did I mention, the class was being held right in the main dining area as we ate? Hanger steak was rubbery, ribs were cold, potatoes undercooked, and the desserts below average. The icing on the cake was the 18% gratuity that was automatically added to our bill, though we were a party of 4, and not 6 as the menu states. Plenty of other French bistros in Manhattan...don't waste your time here.

Pros: Nice ambience

.

I chose CamaJe to go to for Valentine's Day after reading mixed reviews and I called 3 weeks before Valentine's Day to make reservations. I receive a call less than a week before Valentine's Day saying they have to change my seating time and that there is now a $60 pre-fix dinner which they told me they weren't going to do 3 weeks ago. VERY LOUSY management and would never consider going there again.

1
★☆☆☆☆

I chose CamaJe to go to for Valentine's Day after reading mixed reviews and I called 3 weeks before Valentine's Day to make reservations. I receive a call less than a week before Valentine's Day saying they have to change my seating time and that there is now a $60 pre-fix dinner which they told me they weren't going to do 3 weeks ago. VERY LOUSY management and would never consider going there again.

.

My friends and I were very disappointed by our dining experience at this restaurant. The food was fine (nothing special), but our waitress was terriblequite possibly the worst Ive ever had. She seemed distracted and bothered to serve us the entire time. \n\nWe were excited to try this restaurant, but we left wishing we hadnt. If this restaurant hopes for any return business, I would suggest finding a new waitress. Were sure not going back.

2
★★☆☆☆

My friends and I were very disappointed by our dining experience at this restaurant. The food was fine (nothing special), but our waitress was terriblequite possibly the worst Ive ever had. She seemed distracted and bothered to serve us the entire time. \n\nWe were excited to try this restaurant, but we left wishing we hadnt. If this restaurant hopes for any return business, I would suggest finding a new waitress. Were sure not going back.

.

My fear is that more people will discover this delicious, tiny restaurant. I promise that if you've had or read a negative FOOD experience at CamaJe, it was a once-in-a-million chance! We randomly tried this West Village spot because were impressed with the varied menu and great prices... We've returned 4 times -- different seasons, #s in our party, mealtimes, etc., with wonderful results.\n\nThe food is what brings us back -- seasonal salads to sausages to pastas, sandwiches, and lots of a la carte goodies. Desserts are fabulous! And VERY affordable. \n\nYes, service can definitely be slow... But speeding through a meal is not the reason to go to CamaJe. Go to enjoy a relaxed, warm, pseudo-funky atmosphere (you can even eat at the couch -- so comfy), creative and delilcious comfort-y food, and super desserts. Good for larger parties or intimate nights... It's our favorite West Village restaurant.

5
★★★★★

My fear is that more people will discover this delicious, tiny restaurant. I promise that if you've had or read a negative FOOD experience at CamaJe, it was a once-in-a-million chance! We randomly tried this West Village spot because were impressed with the varied menu and great prices... We've returned 4 times -- different seasons, #s in our party, mealtimes, etc., with wonderful results.\n\nThe food is what brings us back -- seasonal salads to sausages to pastas, sandwiches, and lots of a la carte goodies. Desserts are fabulous! And VERY affordable. \n\nYes, service can definitely be slow... But speeding through a meal is not the reason to go to CamaJe. Go to enjoy a relaxed, warm, pseudo-funky atmosphere (you can even eat at the couch -- so comfy), creative and delilcious comfort-y food, and super desserts. Good for larger parties or intimate nights... It's our favorite West Village restaurant.

Pros: Delicious Food, Warm Atmosphere, Good Prices

Cons: SLOW Service, Can be Noisy

.

Service is slow here, only one girl to serve the little restaurant. The food was good, I had the duck special with mashed potatoes and it was tasty and not over cooked. Duck pate, seered tuna and rabbit were good as well, somethings I would order again. Crab cakes weren't as good tho I wouldnt recommend it.

4
★★★★☆

Service is slow here, only one girl to serve the little restaurant. The food was good, I had the duck special with mashed potatoes and it was tasty and not over cooked. Duck pate, seered tuna and rabbit were good as well, somethings I would order again. Crab cakes weren't as good tho I wouldnt recommend it.

.

This place is perfect for an afternoon glass of wine and a light meal. The food is dainty but has a lot of taste.

4
★★★★☆

This place is perfect for an afternoon glass of wine and a light meal. The food is dainty but has a lot of taste.

.

This restaurant has become my favorite neighborhood spot. The food is tremendous, the prices are VERY reasonable and the space has tons of character.

5
★★★★★

This restaurant has become my favorite neighborhood spot. The food is tremendous, the prices are VERY reasonable and the space has tons of character.

.

I haven't found anything on the menu I don't like. I have been to Camaje several times and it is my favorite place to have a meal. The atmosphere is low key and comfortable with great mood lighting. The food is fabulous. You should definitely have the crepes which make me smile just thinking of them. The service is friendly and helpful. As someone who's had brunch, lunch and dinner there, I would suggest Camaje for a good, unassuming meal.

5
★★★★★

I haven't found anything on the menu I don't like. I have been to Camaje several times and it is my favorite place to have a meal. The atmosphere is low key and comfortable with great mood lighting. The food is fabulous. You should definitely have the crepes which make me smile just thinking of them. The service is friendly and helpful. As someone who's had brunch, lunch and dinner there, I would suggest Camaje for a good, unassuming meal.

Pros: Inexpensive, Casual atmosphere

.

ZWhat a pleasant surprise. I gave it a shot after not being able to get valentine reservations, only to find out why its given a 23 food rating in zagats...awesome and creative spin on french. I'll definitely be back to try the 25 prix fixe dinner.

5
★★★★★

ZWhat a pleasant surprise. I gave it a shot after not being able to get valentine reservations, only to find out why its given a 23 food rating in zagats...awesome and creative spin on french. I'll definitely be back to try the 25 prix fixe dinner.

Pros: Food, Atmosphere

Cons: Service

.

I have just taken the Perfect Pantry with my sister and we both agreed that we would definately enroll to take another class here. The instructors were animated, warm, and most importantly informative. This was great class for anyone who appreciates good food and great company.

5
★★★★★

I have just taken the Perfect Pantry with my sister and we both agreed that we would definately enroll to take another class here. The instructors were animated, warm, and most importantly informative. This was great class for anyone who appreciates good food and great company.

Pros: inexpensive, authentic, interesting

.

The food ranges from very good to ok. There is a general lack of attention to detail. (Hanger steak comes without shallots, duck is very greasy)\n Stay away from sides and appetizers. The entrees are generally pretty good, and are a value. As warned by others on citysearch, there were some shady antics when the bill arrived. We were charged for an extra dinner, and there seemed to be about 40 dollars we could not account for.\nOverall, eh.\n

3
★★★☆☆

The food ranges from very good to ok. There is a general lack of attention to detail. (Hanger steak comes without shallots, duck is very greasy)\n Stay away from sides and appetizers. The entrees are generally pretty good, and are a value. As warned by others on citysearch, there were some shady antics when the bill arrived. We were charged for an extra dinner, and there seemed to be about 40 dollars we could not account for.\nOverall, eh.\n

.

There was a large birthday party going on so that's why the service might have been ""distracted"", but the table next to us went on fire and my friend put it out - waitresses didn't even know (figure we would get at least a thanks). They dropped a fork on her shoulder - wouldn't admit it. Took 1/2 an hour to get the check - they were fighting over the tip from the bday party. We had to go over and ask. Wine was nice - but the hanger steak was chewy. Wouldn't go back - wasn't worth the money.

2
★★☆☆☆

There was a large birthday party going on so that's why the service might have been ""distracted"", but the table next to us went on fire and my friend put it out - waitresses didn't even know (figure we would get at least a thanks). They dropped a fork on her shoulder - wouldn't admit it. Took 1/2 an hour to get the check - they were fighting over the tip from the bday party. We had to go over and ask. Wine was nice - but the hanger steak was chewy. Wouldn't go back - wasn't worth the money.

Pros: nice decor, good wine list

Cons: oblivious waitresses, overcooked food, slow service

.

we ordered the filet mignon and a bottle of cab. We received a delicious, extremely tender steak, with tastey squash and 'pommes anna', and an excellent wine to wash it all down. This place is a great little(literally) package - food, service, & setting. They made the most of a tiny space. I'm definitely looking forward to returning, exploring more of their menu. Merci CamaJe!

5
★★★★★

we ordered the filet mignon and a bottle of cab. We received a delicious, extremely tender steak, with tastey squash and 'pommes anna', and an excellent wine to wash it all down. This place is a great little(literally) package - food, service, & setting. They made the most of a tiny space. I'm definitely looking forward to returning, exploring more of their menu. Merci CamaJe!

Pros: quality ingredients, small space well-used, well-priced

.

Even though we live in Greenwich with all the hundreds of restaurants to try, we keep coming back to Camaje, and bring out-of-towners there. The place is just perfect for any occasion, and never too crowded. The food is great. I particularly like the side dishes -- the eggplant dip, for example -- and the appetizers. The soups are just delicious, and the menu is always evolving to reflect each season. The staff is also very friendly and laid back.

5
★★★★★

Even though we live in Greenwich with all the hundreds of restaurants to try, we keep coming back to Camaje, and bring out-of-towners there. The place is just perfect for any occasion, and never too crowded. The food is great. I particularly like the side dishes -- the eggplant dip, for example -- and the appetizers. The soups are just delicious, and the menu is always evolving to reflect each season. The staff is also very friendly and laid back.

Pros: Great atmosphere, yummy food

Cons: Hefty service charge

.

When we got our check, it seemed high. I audited it and discovered that service charges had been included. The waiter then explained that a service charge of 17% had been added to the AFTERTAX amount (or 20% of the pretax amount). She then said this was ""standard"". We were not amused, especially since we were only a party of four and hadnt been warned in advance. She then explained that it was Halloween night, that there were a lot of freaks around, that she was the only waiter and that this was a way of protecting herself. Huh? First of all, we didnt look crazy. We were dressed professionally in fact. Second, the fact that she was the only waiter was not our fault. We endured slow service due to the short staffing and then were asked to pay for it through a hefty service charge. Nice Halloween trick!

3
★★★☆☆

When we got our check, it seemed high. I audited it and discovered that service charges had been included. The waiter then explained that a service charge of 17% had been added to the AFTERTAX amount (or 20% of the pretax amount). She then said this was ""standard"". We were not amused, especially since we were only a party of four and hadnt been warned in advance. She then explained that it was Halloween night, that there were a lot of freaks around, that she was the only waiter and that this was a way of protecting herself. Huh? First of all, we didnt look crazy. We were dressed professionally in fact. Second, the fact that she was the only waiter was not our fault. We endured slow service due to the short staffing and then were asked to pay for it through a hefty service charge. Nice Halloween trick!

Pros: Great food, Good location, Nice ambiance

Cons: Slow service, Forced tips

.

Mixed emotions about this place. Good food, but bad service. Avoid appetizers/sides/souffle as they are way overpriced. $6.50 for a 3 oz. serving of ""grocery store"" Kielbasa? PLEASE! Entres delicious and well priced. $8 for a 3 oz. chocolate souffle! Every other souffle I've had was larger and cost less, even at ""expensive"" restaurants. $7.50 for a 4 oz. glass of Chilean wine? A bit much. At the end of the night, my mother-in-law asked for a copy of the receipt for business expensing. The waitress copped an attitude and said ""Well, we don't give itemized reciepts. All businesses will accpet that (the stub of a diner-type order ticket with nothing more than the total price for all three of us)"" Excuse me, but I think I know what my business will accept. How hard is it to give us a proper receipt? What happened to servicing the customer????

3
★★★☆☆

Mixed emotions about this place. Good food, but bad service. Avoid appetizers/sides/souffle as they are way overpriced. $6.50 for a 3 oz. serving of ""grocery store"" Kielbasa? PLEASE! Entres delicious and well priced. $8 for a 3 oz. chocolate souffle! Every other souffle I've had was larger and cost less, even at ""expensive"" restaurants. $7.50 for a 4 oz. glass of Chilean wine? A bit much. At the end of the night, my mother-in-law asked for a copy of the receipt for business expensing. The waitress copped an attitude and said ""Well, we don't give itemized reciepts. All businesses will accpet that (the stub of a diner-type order ticket with nothing more than the total price for all three of us)"" Excuse me, but I think I know what my business will accept. How hard is it to give us a proper receipt? What happened to servicing the customer????

Pros: ambiance, location

Cons: overpriced souffle, snotty attitude

Message from CAMAJE Cooking Classes

CAMAJE's chef-owner Abigail Hitchcock offers intimate, hands-on cooking classes in her restaurant's kitchen. The New York Times, New York Post, Daily News, TimeOutNY and more media have all enthusiastically covered CAMAJE's cooking classes. Some of the most popular classes are Cooking Confidence, Counter Intelligence, Knife Skills, Weeknight Dinners, Sushi Basics, Serious Chocolate, Wine Tastings and the popular cook-for-your-friends One Night Stand. Class prices range from $65 to $275 and include all materials and ingredients. Ask about team building, competitive cooking events, kids birthday parties and gift certificates. Call us to register.

Editorial from

Camaje chef-owner teaches small, hands-on cooking classes in the restaurant's kitchen, including brunch, sushi, Cuban, Italian, wine tastings, kid-oriented, more.

Key Points

  • Brunch to order & no lines!
  • THE perfect party space!
  • Great food Great prices!
Similar Nearby

Similar Nearby

  1. 1
    Miette Culinary Studio
    5% ★★★★★ 9 reviews
    0.07 mi
  2. 2
    0.55 mi
  3. 3
    Star Career Academy
    No reviews
    0.65 mi
  4. 4
    0.83 mi
  5. 5
    0.96 mi