Food and drink
The menu is a delight with a real emphasis on seasonal and local produce: among the recent standouts was a squash soup with tempura mushrooms, foie gras torchon, and an excellent Black Angus fillet.
The grown-up atmosphere is a delightful break from the noise of the trendy spots, with a quiet, tranquil but bright dining room allowing you to focus on the inspired gourmet food and hear your dinner companion without straining.
Professional, unobtrusive but helpful. What all fine dining places should be.
Downtown New York.
Go with the $85 tasting menu to get a sense of Paul Liebrandt’s fantastic range without breaking the bank.
Tables to book
Thanks to the good design, there isn’t a bad seat in the house.
- Business travellers
- Special occasions