Nook

Nook

(Now Closed)
American Restaurant$$$$
Hell's Kitchen, New York
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  • Alice N.
    Alice NamOctober 28, 2015
    I won't get the salmon and egg sandwich next time if I were to drop by this place again
  • John A.
    John AntosJuly 25, 2015
    Small location with handful of tables with some good Polish food. Recommend: potato pancakes with tomatoes and sausage, cheese & potato pierogis. Cash only.
  • Catherine P.
    Catherine ParkJuly 11, 2015
    Super tiny (hence the name); come right when they open to beat the lines. Eggs florentine is amazing
  • Pam L.
    Pam LairdApril 11, 2015
    Spicy sausage scramble with mashed potatoes and red onions and greens greens dressed with a touch of sweetness. Intimate, personal spot.
  • Khoa M.
    Khoa MaMarch 8, 2015
    The host on Saturday is the best. BYOB is great!!!
  • Winnie
    WinnieJanuary 13, 2015
    Eggs Benedict was okay. Service was fast. Restaurant is very small. If there's no space, you can't wait inside the restaurant.
  • Gonzalo F.
    Gonzalo FiorinaJanuary 11, 2015
    The brunch options were limited and all that we order was cold and not tasty. Not recommended
  • Mischa L.
    Mischa LumiereSeptember 23, 2014
    Tiny location with speedy service. Staff is a but rude. They wouldn't let my friend use the bathroom while we waited for our table. Only once we were seated were we allowed to use it. Odd!!
  • Jamie F.
    Jamie FMarch 29, 2014
    Weirdest seating policy for brunch. They more or less make up wait times and give tables to people they want to.
  • Fanny C.
    Fanny ChanFebruary 15, 2014
    Amazing red onion mashed potatoes with most entrees. Definitely get one of the egg scrambles.
  • Laura M.
    Laura MijalovskyJanuary 29, 2014
    Horrible! Very small place, tables close together. Zero temperatures and the heating does not work. Poor service, maybe it was just a bad day but it really is not a good choice ... not recommended.
  • Roxanne F.
    Roxanne FloresJanuary 25, 2014
    Ver y small and intimate space hence the name. Mushroom cigars, tuna tar tar and pierogi apps were very good. Entrees were large and also very good. Apple pie a la mode is a must so save space.
  • Amber S.
    Amber SchreinerOctober 11, 2013
    Zagat rated it a 23, I would rate it a 19. Preparation and atmosphere was sub par but the service was excellent. Vegetarian options were too limited to make this a repeat but I don't regret it either
  • Sean K.
    Sean KeatingOctober 11, 2013
    BYOB is always awesome, that being said food is better then mediocre but nothing to write home about.
  • Jack P.
    Jack PatersonSeptember 29, 2013
    Great food although the wait was longer than they said. And service pretty slow. And no earl gray tea despite it being on the menu. Still, delicious fries and excellent croque Monsieur.
  • Sean R.
    Sean RobertsonAugust 10, 2013
    Very good and cheap. They don't serve alcohol but you can bring your own wine or beer. We had the egg scramble and made our own mimosas with their fresh squeezed orange juice. $50 total inc champaign.
  • Mélina
    MélinaAugust 8, 2013
    Cozy space with quick service. Always busy but worth the wait. The smoked salmon/cream cheese scrambled eggs were the definition of perfection, and iced Belgian chocolate was to die for! Cash only.
  • Monica T.
    Monica ThomsonAugust 6, 2013
    Amazing that it's BYO. Def get the mushroom cigars! The salmon and tuna entrees are also deeeelish!!
  • Jesse S.
    Jesse SheldonJuly 16, 2013
    Teeny tiny. Salmon from same spot as the Waldorf from what I hear. Sure tastes good enough. Best I've had in NY.
  • william r.
    william ringJuly 5, 2013
    One of the best meals I've had in New York. The owners are hands on and make it the place what it is!
  • Priscilla T.
    Priscilla TranApril 21, 2013
    Make sure you are aware of the order people arrive while waiting because there is no list.
  • Kristin S.
    Kristin S.March 26, 2013
    Small little gem. BYOB and cash only. Tuscan chicken and sashimi avocado salad are both delightful choices
  • Kim K.
    Kim KMarch 24, 2013
    BYOB but you have to spend $15 per person. Unfortunately, none of the brunch items are more than $12 so it makes it a bit difficult....
  • Amy B.
    Amy B.January 26, 2013
    The filet is fantastic! Huge portions and only $25!!! Will definitely be back!!!
  • Aliya B.
    Aliya BJanuary 20, 2013
    Try the vegetable quiche. It's badass, even for a meat lover like me. The Eggs Florentine with Ham is amazing too. Really tiny place though, not good for more than 4.
  • Emma
    EmmaJanuary 5, 2013
    Best brunch spot in all of NYC. BYOB and the total for 3 people was $31. You can't beat it.
  • n g.
    n gDecember 30, 2012
    The nook scrambler for brunch is fantastic and worth the wait. They don't keep a waiting list so monitor your position to prevent queue jumpers!
  • Jennifer B.
    Jennifer BarbosaDecember 27, 2012
    Reminds me of Prague. The menu is small but the dishes are top notch. Try the tuna tartare.
  • Nicholas R.
    Nicholas RDecember 8, 2012
    Tiny nook of a place. Make a reservation!! And then enjoy some of the best food in Hell's Kitchen. And don't forget to BYOB.
  • Alex M.
    Alex McKenzieNovember 17, 2012
    Make sure to use the restroom and you can see your good being made!
  • Kira R.
    Kira RoytburgNovember 14, 2012
    Mushroom rolls are really good. Desserts and espresso drinks are amazing as well. Try to leave some room for that desert. BYOB.
  • H I.
    H IOctober 15, 2012
    Potato pancakes with sour cream and smoked salmon + capers was really really good. Huge portions, too. Might wanna consider splitting with someone. They only take cash!
  • Lee H.
    Lee HoffmanSeptember 29, 2012
    Wow, food is phenomenal. Tuscan chicken and poached pear salad are unbelievable. Three heads ups: its cash only, byob and make sure to make a reservation or you won't get a table.
  • Alissa P.
    Alissa PeckSeptember 22, 2012
    Order the tuna tartare terrine with avocado glaze. Suggest no stilettos as walking through the active kitchen required to use the washroom / WC. BYO.
  • Jeff H.
    Jeff HApril 14, 2012
    Delicious mushroom cigars. Delicious chicken kebab. Byob is huge!
  • Elizabeth M.
    Elizabeth MitchellMarch 17, 2012
    Amazing tiny brunch spot. Perfect start to the day. Eggs Benedict and latte before the st. Patrick's day parade.
  • Chelsea B.
    Chelsea BalkanMarch 3, 2012
    The mushrooms are amazing. Also enjoyed the rack of lamb but only comes with 3 pieces
  • Bauzen
    BauzenFebruary 12, 2012
    This is the best weekend brunch spot in Hells Kitchen. There's a small line brewing around noon, so come early, or come late and order any of their egg scrambles - they're straight baller.
  • Teresa W.
    Teresa WFebruary 9, 2012
    byob with no corkage fee but note that it's cash only. everything's tasty, but be sure to order the mushroom cigars.
  • Jonathan D.
    Jonathan DDecember 27, 2011
    Incredible brunch and dinner here. Can't recommend the scrambles here enough.
  • New York Habitat
    New York HabitatNovember 18, 2011
    The name is fitting because this place is small but we just love it. Best part? BYOB. Get the tuscan chicken with the amazing rosemary fries and chow down!
  • Viveka v.
    Viveka von RosenNovember 12, 2011
    Sooo good. Very small but the food and service was excellent (if hurried). Don't miss Nook in NYC
  • Abby M.
    Abby MOctober 20, 2011
    Tomato soup -- need recipe! Great lunch special w/half sandwich, soup and salad or rosemary fries.
  • Gabbie C.
    Gabbie ChamorroJuly 5, 2011
    The tuna sashimi is awesome and healthy. My bf got the kebab, also delicious.
  • Brent M.
    Brent McCaslinDecember 19, 2010
    Tight space, and a limited menu selection. but if you make Nook your choice, you can't go wrong with whatever you choose to try!! FANTASTIC!!
  • Erin G.
    Erin GalvinSeptember 21, 2010
    very tiny spot but the food is delicious. The mushroom cigars are an amazing appetizer, the salmon is a great entrée
  • Natalia C.
    Natalia CzochMay 29, 2010
    Good brunch! Had the salmon scramble and the soups are delicousoooooo!
  • Alexis
    AlexisMay 19, 2010
    No corkage fee, and the most amazing tuna tartar. Delectable.
  • Jessica
    JessicaFebruary 20, 2010
    BYO with zero corkage fee!Amazing teeny-tiny restaurant...make a reservation a little ahead of time to make sure you can squeeze in. Trust them to whip up a proper rare steak. :)
  • Jesse K.
    Jesse KarmaJanuary 12, 2010
    I used to work here. Its great homely food, and worth the slight cramp and atittude, trust me. =]
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