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Posh Trump Tower Restaurant Panned by Vanity Fair in Review: 'Worst Restaurant in America'

Playing Posh Trump Tower Restaurant Panned by Vanity Fair in Review: 'Worst Restaurant in America'

Trump Grill, the glitzy eatery located inside Trump Tower, has been trashed by one of the nation's most prestigious magazines.

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"Trump Grill could be the worst restaurant in America," reads a recent review in Vanity Fair.

The president-elect, who has feuded with the magazine for years, fired right back on Twitter, saying it is in “big trouble” and “dead.”

Writer Tina Nguyen stated in her article: "The allure of Trump’s restaurant, like the candidate, is that it seems like a cheap version of rich."

She said the “steak came out overcooked and mealy, with an ugly strain of pure fat running through it, crying out for A1 sauce (it was missing the promised demi-glace, too).”

The taco bowl, a Mexican-American concoction that Trump once posed in a viral Twitter photo, is the most popular item on the menu.

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But Nguyen said that the guacamole resembled something “NASA might have served in a tube labeled “TACO FILLING” in the early days of the space program.”

But Inside Edition’s Diane McInerney went to Trump Grill to try out the food and felt very different to Vanity Fair.

She gave a thumbs up to dishes Nguyen had panned, including the filet mignon and the burger and fries. She called the chocolate cake "excellent."

Yelp also gives Trump Grill three out of five stars and Trip Advisor rates it with four out of five stars.

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