The food here is good but a little on the pricey side. They make their own flatbread that they use for the wraps. The sweet potato fries are good. They have a singer on weekends so it can get a little loud but it is a good place for a small or large party- they have a private room too.
Average Chinese food- not overly greasy. They have 'freebies' for $10, $20, and $30 orders (free soda, appetizer, etc). The food is ready very quickly.
We went here for the first time since it changed from a sushi place to Mexican. The inside is basically the same (which is pretty nice). We got takeout- the Nachos & the Patron Combo were very good. The pork dish in the combo had pineapple in it which was unexpected but VERY good. The prices were average but their lunches looked like a good deal.
This bagel/ deli seems to have everything (hot and cold food) & a nice seating area. It one of the better delis in the area- I will definitely be going back.
The chicken is good at Zorns- although I don't think they have them on site anymore! I got both the frozen & refrigerated chicken pot pies & love them. You just heat them up!
The sides are very good. I tried the vegetable lasagna once & liked that too. They offer meals that come with chicken, sides, & a drink. I always leave full.
The food at this diner is ok & they offer lunch specials that include soup, drink, & a sandwich. Wouldn't recommend the fried with mozzarella & gravy- not so good. The waitresses are ok. The diner is on the smaller size but doesn't ever seem to be full at lunch. Parking is a little tight but there is street parking in the dead end behind the diner.
We're looking for a good diner in the Bethpage area so we tried Embassy & the search still goes on. Although the portions were big- the food was not good. I had a sliced steak panini that was very fatty. They had lunch specials but their weren't any sandwiches (like grilled cheese, BLTs) on the list. For 3 people, the bill was over $35.
This bagel store is in a good location but unfortunately doesn't open that early on weekdays. I stopped in once a little after 6AM on a weekday & they weren't completely set-up to serve.
I like the low-fat cream cheese & chicken salad. The bacon is also good b/c it's well-cooked without being burnt.
We like to go to Pancake Cottage because it's good, quick food. The food is typical breakfast/ diner food & is definitely a great alternative to the IHOP chain. It is crowded during holidays & weekends but once you're seated, the food comes out super fast.
The hash browns are good (esp 'Denver Style' which is with ham & cheese) & so is the Cottage Omelet. The atmosphere has a kind of diner feel to it but more homey because (I think) it has carpets and there are cute little cookie jars & pictures around.
We've gone here a few times with friends of ours & their 1.5 yr old son. The last time we went, some one must have had a small dinner party w/ balloons b/c they gave a few to the baby- which he loved. The past 2 times we were there, there was a party upstairs that was, literally, rocking (the chandeliers were shaking a little).
The food is very good- I always get the bratwurst & potato pancakes. The last time we were there, they had dinner specials that came with soup (which was very good), an appetizer, an entree, & a dessert- & I think it was all for $20. They also have good German beer on tap!