Chef @PaulLiebrandt's modern French menu melds the tradition of classical cuisine with a contemporary approach to ingredients and technique. Pastry Chef @shawngawle.
The future of fine dining, a very balanced mixture of classical and modern techniques. -Seth Caro, Top Chef Just Desserts
With two Michelin stars, Paul Liebrandt’s contemporary French restaurant is not to be missed. Period.
don't die before coming here
Two Michelin stars.
The food is imaginative and keeps you interested. The space feels very impersonal though, and the service is pretty mediocre for a restaurant of this calibre.
Highly imaginative and perfectly balanced cuisine. Honestly, some of the most delicious food I've had the pleasure of enjoying. I'm surprised Corton isn't booked months out.
The food is tasty and generous extras abound. Try the hare-and-foie-gras torte paired with a disk of hare royale.
2 michelin stars, fine dining redefined!
Get the wine pairing with the tatsing menu - and if you can splurge, go for the white truffle supplement
Think this place is overhyped. For better food and better service at same price point, go to Bouley which is very close by.
Definitely do it.
Absolutely one of my favorite meals in NYC ever. I have tried many Michelin starred restaurants as well as high Zagat rated places, and this was amazing. The dessert was the best I've had ever.
Michelin 2012 ★★
Love the idea that its pre fixe menu only. The dishes not only eye candy, but a candy for the taste buds.
Tasting menu was excellent with the wine pairing
Amazing food. Check out the HBO documentary about the chef, Paul Liebrandt. Very pricy but a once in a lifetime experience.
One of our best dining experiences in NYC, and well worth the price. The food is over the top, but the simplest things are the best – we love the Green Market salad.
Try to identify what's on your plate before they tell you. Wave at Paul through the glass, he likes that.
An experience for the senses. Be sure to wave at the chef, he loves it! ;)