Cafe R

Food Court, Café, American
116 W 32nd St (btwn 6th & 7th Ave)
New York, NY 10001
(212) 695-9550



  • They got mad shit here.
  • When you absolutely can't decide what you want to eat, or who you're with has different taste. - Korean, burgers, salads, pastas. The choices are almost infinite.
  • An infinite variety of food choices.
  • Wireless password is the phone number
  • Watch it.. They got their NYC restaurant rating, and it was a C!!
  • The Teriyaki station is everything... Wait no the salad... Wait no, choices, choices!
  • This place is insane they are so hostile about everything!!
  • This place has the meanest people working behind the grill. Never coming back.
  • I love to get breakfast, fast and hot:)))
  • Has everything in one stop
  • My boss told me about this place love the fresh buffet and the jazz music in the background.
  • Easy stop out of NY Penn Station for a quick meal.
  • They have a decent variety of food, you can go to the self serve tables or have it made fresh!! Sometimes they have a band playing which can be a little off putting b/c it can be loud.
  • Breakfast grill is great. So is the chicken fingers and fries lunch combo.
  • The jerk chicken is back to it's regular spicy glory. Heard they had to mild them down because someone complained a couple months back they were too spicy. Eff that! Hot is the way to go.
  • They have outlets so I can charge while eating
  • Good people watching and many options for lunch!
  • Build your own pasta for $7.45 is the bomb. I got penne with meatballs, chicken, broccoli and green peppers with vodka sauce. Its delicious!
  • I remember why I stopped eating here. Each time it's been less than stellar and I didn't think you could go wrong with a panini but shredded chicken pieces with globules isn't my idea of good food!!
  • This place has the BEST fried chicken. I got a ton of it for less than a dollar.

Nearby places

100 W 33rd St (b/t Avenue Of The Americas & West 33rd St)
151 W 34th St (btwn 7th Ave & Broadway)
4 Penn Plz (btwn 7th & 8th Ave)