The food was perfect, they offer a 4 and 5 course menu as well as single choice if you sit in the lounge area. By far the best restaurant I have ever been to. The service is amazing.
Tasting menu, wine, cheese, service
The seven course tasting menu is exquisite!! The chef also always throws in a few extras ;-)
The food is excellent but the atmosphere is stuffy as can be.
The lounge provides a more diverse dining experience than the restaurant. Service/attention to detail was on point. The amuse bouches were inventive and delightful.
The food was beautiful to look at, cool place for people watching. Food was ok, yellow tail in yuzu stood out no need for dessert as they give u many mini desserts at the end.
The place it self was very beautiful, nice to just sit there and enjoy. I loved the bead there and the good was good too.
This place defines what culinary delicacy should be
Good food nice place
Awarded two stars (★★) in the 2015 Michelin Guide for NYC restaurants.
Great taste, great hospitality, and professionalism. You are at the right spot. Thanks to my wife for great birthday diner :) Enjoy!!!
3 Michelin stars! That is all.
The vegetarian tasting was phenomenal
1 of d best restaurants I've ever tried! Sensuous & sumptuous experience splurging in a 6-course menu w/ wine pairing. Superb in all d ways!!!
Pretentious, artificial and fake! Not anywhere near french restaurants when it cones to taste.
Everything is amazing. Beautiful space
Vegetarian Tasting Menu is great!
The table you get makes the difference between an underwhelming experience and an overwhelming experience
2015 James Beard finalist for Outstanding Pastry Chef - Ghaya Oliveira
Recently lost its 4-star NYT rating (four-course prix fixe $135, wine pairing $75-135) http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/24/dining/reviews/restaurant-review-daniel-on-the-upper-east-side.html
The beef and sweetbreads are the best.
2015 James Beard nominee for Outstanding Pastry Chef - Ghaya Oliveira
We had a great night with great service
The duo. The halibut. End of story.
This pomme tart dessert with chantilly, tart Apple sorbet...so so good
best of the very best
Great French restaurant, always a special occasion. I would pick Bouley if I had to pick between the two but Daniel makes for a lovely evening as well.
Tasting menu is one of the best, service is impeccable, and presentation is excellent. A great dining experience
The sea bass is spectacular! Also, I highly recommend the White Cosmopolitan - ice ball with a live orchid inside it! 😯💛
Everything is incredible here! Three course pre-fix is a lot of food, but you'll enjoy every second.
Do yourself a favor and order a white cosmopolitan. 7 course meal is the epitome of glutton; recommend you skip lunch if you plan to go for 7 course. The same goes for your entire table
One of the best place in NYC, everything was excellent
The sea bass and the duo beef were amazing
Get the three course tasting menu! Then you can add extra appetizers or desserts a la carte if you want to try more plates! Absolutely unbelievable food and service!
Everything is amazing. Especially the beef duo.
A variety of menu options, including the standard 3 course prix fix and a number of tasting menus, are available at Daniel. With superb service and well-executed plates, and it's a guaranteed success.
My first restaurant will always have a spot in my heart. Go for the tasting menu with wine pairings and let our excellent team of chefs and sommeliers guide you through an enchanting meal.
An elegant and high-end French eatery. The staff is always friendly and conversational. We love the eight-course “Grand Tasting,” which is paired with wine flights!
Boulud clan, hits French cuisine out of the park with this UES spot. Their tasting menu is something that everyone should try at least once, as is their extensive list of wines.
Complety overrated, not worth a detour. In europe it won't even be mentioned in the press. Chef is only talking with returning guests or probably guest who are spending a lot of money.
The New York Sour is good, but the Oichi Mule is amazingly delicious, the shiso leaf does the trick.
Daniel Boulud and executive chef Jean François Bruel, Modern French with an American bent, Oven-baked black seabass with Syrah sauce, cauliflower cromesquis, potato Saint-Florentin, red ribbon sorrel.
Sunflower ice cream is must
Expect everything that you've read in any travel or food magazine. A must for foodies.
My Turbot was AMAZING! Daniel makes a special occasion even more special.