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Parlor House Grill in Sayville Opens Doors

Sayville's newest restaurant opened its doors Monday at 1130 a.m. and diner reviews are all good with one customer telling Patch "you won't be disappointed." Stay tuned to Patch for a profile and more photos this week.
Joan Mergl November 04, 2013 at 07:19 AM
Had lunch there last week and loved the fried shrimp. They were the jumbo ones and cooked perfect. Price was cheap. Hope they succeed and are a here for many years.
Chris November 06, 2013 at 10:59 AM
Unfortunately my experience in this establishment was awful. Not only was the service horrible but honestly I wish I could post a picture of my food. I ordered a simple dish of chicken francese that looked like it was cooked and sat for 20 minutes before being served. The pasta was served on the same plate with marinara sauce that mixed itself in with the sauce from the Chicken. The friend I took with me equally was not happy with her pasta dish. I understand fully that this establishment is new and "needs to work out the kinks" but as a business owner myself we don't put out a product or provide a service in that sense until we are sure it works and the end user will be happy. To boot my drink from the bar was overpriced and I wasn't at all very impressed with it. I understand some of you think that that people like myself, Mary and map427 are being "mean spirited" but it was VERY obvious that from the waitress, the manager and right down to the chef we were unhappy with our meals. The right thing to do would have been to come to us and talk to us about our displeasures and do your best to make good on them. Since this did not occur I do not believe I will return to the restaurant to give it another try. I do not wish anything negative to the owners or the restaurant in general I just think management should do more to assure their customers have a positive (even when its not positive) experience in their establishment to assure they return. Best of luck.
Kathleen Berry Prokesch November 08, 2013 at 05:09 PM
Food is NOT good. When trying a new restaurant we always take into account that they are working out the kinks and service may be slow...mistakes may be made, however the food must be of a certain quality. It took Five Points some time to iron out their kinks but we returned because the burgers are fantastic. I would call my entrée nearly inedible and my husband and son both ordered the marinated steak, medium rare and they received a steaks, over cooked and no trace of marinade to be found. They removed all of the charm that the previous owners infused the space with. It was far too bright and very noisy...but the main complaint is the terrible food. Bummer because we were looking forward to a new place to dine but am sorry to say we won't be going back.
Bfizzzle November 12, 2013 at 08:37 PM
These owners need to call Gordon Ramsey! I don't know where to begin here; this place is WEIRD. Did the owners do ANY research before opening here? I honestly felt uncomfortable by the lack of ambiance.
Stallar November 17, 2013 at 09:15 AM
Had the Chilean Sea Bass! Yes, it was cooked to perfection; not swimming at all in butter and with hints of sweetness! I have had this dish for much more in other restaurants and this equally great(only $19!) Husband had the special- marinated rib-eye with beautifully fried butterfly shrimp! Delish! We requested the Oysters Rockefeller again and got a very nice sized portion for only $9! If you ask, they will make. Haven't had this appetizer taste so great since Felice's in Patchogue closed their doors!


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