Happy hours will make your pockets happy but not necessarily your mouth, New Yorker.
Happy hours will make your pockets happy but not necessarily your mouth. After our great visit to Palimilia and our messed up one in Wall street, New Yorker is the in between. From the same owner of palmilia its strange how new yorker offers average food, but same great service.
The menu offers a happy hour only on appetizers and drinks from 5 to 8pm. The discounted menu has few items such as the mini burgers, wedges, shrimps, pizza and cheese balls. We ordered fried shrimps, light pizza and mini burgers with mexican beer.
The beer was served with crackers and carrots that they refill once you finish them.
The fried shrimps were served with mango sauce. The portion was a bit small but they tasted good. They were crispy and fresh but the sauce had nothing to do with mango.
The light pizza had a good thin dough. The pizza was light to a point that it was tasteless, watery and the cheese used should be reconsidered.
The miniburgers were the worst, the buns were old, and the meat tasted like soujok. We simply did not like them.
Our list of Urugway street "to try" pubs is done we were only impressed with Palimila.
Average price: 10$/person during happy hour