Whole in the Wall

(607) 722-5138 | View Website

43 S Washington St, Binghamton, NY | Directions   13903

42.089780 -75.913349

Open Hours

Mon., Sun. CLOSED;Tue. - Sat. 11:30am - 9pm

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Garlic Ball, Babappetizer, Tempura Broccoli Florets, Tempura Onion Rings, Chicken Tenders, House Salad, Side Salad, Chef Salad Supreme, Homemade Dressengs, Soup of the Day... more

Reviews for Whole in the Wall

over a year ago

world class pesto – they are know for pesto but my favorite in the whole enchilada but it might be spicy for some people love the herbal tea and desserts too they have a great seafood platter and great creamy mushroom soup

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Wow...just wow – Alright, where to start. So, we went to the Whole in the Wall looking for some nice, healthy food as an alternative to the run of the mill food that seems to be so plentiful. I remember going here once before with my girlfriend, and unfortunately, it was not so memorable. The service was slow and the food was decent, but very expensive. But, we decided to give it another shot.

What a friggin mistake. We walked in, and seated ourselves. We then sat there for about 20 minutes without being acknowledged by the wait staff. I thought, "if it was busy, this would maybe be acceptable"..however, there were 3 other people eating in the entire damn place. So, we sat there, patiently, and waited. At one point the waitress walked over towards us, so we thought "ok, finally" only for her to walk RIGHT past us and give something to the patrons behind us. We were clearly ready to order, and she didn't even make eye contact with us, despite us looking right at her, and even made a motion with our hand (politely) showing we were ready to eat. No response. We sat and waited for another 5 minutes or so, and finally, she came back.

We eventually got our food. Holy crap was it expensive. I was expecting the portions to be a little larger, but nope, it wasn't. Now, the food wasn't bad. I'd give it like a 6/10, nothing to write home about, but not abysmal either, so that was fine. However, they did completely screw up my girlfriend's order by forgetting to add chicken. When she finally got what she had ordered (IE the chicken), it wasn't even close to what she'd asked for. That addition was another $4 too...great.

This place has some nice ambiance, and a quaint uniqueness, but my god does the service blow. Food is decent, but nothing amazing, and it is expensive. I definitely will not be going back to this crappy place anytime soon. Bleh.


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