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The Worst Restaurant in Astoria

Jordan | E-motions | Monday, January 7th, 2008

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I try to keep away from lashon hora, but I can’t hold it in anymore. The Cup is the worst restaurant in Astoria.

No – it isn’t just that the food is bad (actually there’s a Mexican place on 30th Ave and around 29th St that is far worse; and there’s a Chinese place on 23rd Ave also on 29th that, seriously, is serving poison) it is the WASTE. What a perfect location! Right across from the Moving Image Museum, right near the big-ass mainstream cinema, near the subway… And what a sizable place! And the food is just….awful!

Awful!

A good writer cites examples, but I don’t want to remember the dread of putting their food in my mouth. How do you fuck up french fries???! Ugh.

I know I’ll be going there again – the location is too perfect – but I’m only ordering toast and soda.

2 Comments »

  1. I’ve been saying this ever since this place opened. Tried two or three times, and every time was terrible. Never again. Cafe Bar is just up the block.

    Comment by Jurgen — January 7, 2008 @ 11:06 pm

  2. Well, one thing you can do there is…..DRINK YOUR MILKSHAKE!!! Bwa ha haaa,

    Comment by rozger — January 27, 2008 @ 1:31 am

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