Diner, Eastern European, American
228 W 47th St (btw Broadway & 8th Ave)
New York, NY 10036
- Great place for lunch with one of the best Matzo Ball soups in the city. The French fries and the Split Pea soup arent bad either!
- Best matzo ball soup in Manhattan. Chunks of chicken and noodles with your matza. Good prices, no frills. Sandwiches are just ok.
- It used to be a ballroom, and chandeliers remain.
- Cafe Edison...One of the many metropolitan restaurants mentioned in Charles Kipps' CRYSTAL DEATH.
- Sit at the counter, pretend that you're local, eat great soup.
- Eggs benedict / ham - magic !
- Pastrami and eggs are fantastic!
- Authentic non tourist spot with quick service.
- Best Hot Pastrami sandwich
- Cafe Edison is known for its Jewish diner fare. Their matzo ball soup is one of the better and most classically comforting versions we've had.
- My favorite place for blintzes in Manhattan!
- Best blintzes in town, for forty years.
- Neil Simon set all acts of his play 45 Seconds to Broadway here.
- Table minimum per person is $7, no maple syrup, no fresh orange juice and the dishes will remain in the table after you finish for a wile.
- The best matzo ball soup in NYC!
- Get the matzoh ball soup while you still can.
- Love the steak and eggs, and everything else.
- Last time I'll patronize this restaurant. Complete disappointment that not even the management can appreciate a regular.
- Ana es la mejor... Es muy amable y hace sentir bienvenidos.
- Ok for a coffee shop. Service leaves a lot to be desired. Cash only! ATM by register.