The New York Institution's Peter Luger was pulled off as a washed-up, high-profile scam in an exciting zero-star review by the New York Times.
The glittering criticism of Pete Wells' restaurant critic crammed into a steak knife – describing the porterhouse of south Williamsburg as "far from the best New York has to offer."
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"And after I pay, it makes a sure sense that I was cheated," Wales wrote on Tuesday under the headline "Peter Luger." Now he's scattering. "
The review sparked a chorus of consensus online from other disgruntled diners who agreed that the steak icon opened in 1
" I feel that way. Peter Luger's review has been around for a while, "former Yankees owner Phil Hughes wrote on Twitter, calling the restaurant" wildly forgettable in every way. "
The Good rating is a list of complaints, describing the waiters as rude,
The shrimp cocktail tastes like "cold latex dipped in ketchup and horseradish", while the once delicious German fries are now "porridge, dirty" , gray and sometimes cold. "
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" Caesar salad was always so drippy, croutons always made from a bag, grated cheese always so white and rubbery? "Wales muses.
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