Peeky Toe crab, and just about everything else I've ever had here. The chefs are true artists with food. The wines are the best anywhere.
I had the best chicken I have ever eaten here - so tender and delicious, followed by a really fabulous pudding. Service was fantastic too!
Absolutely spectacular! Poppy seed crusted salmon was amazing and the service is impeccable
Way overrated. Don't need to go back and so many other restaurants in NYC that are actually worth the money. The artichoke is boiled.. Enough said
Great prix fixe offering! Make sure to get the amazing tuna tartare!
Amazing tuna tartare
Awesome food and ambience. We came here for a date night around 10:30 and found it to be a perfect experience.
French toast is magnificent! But about everything else is very delicious
Get the foie gras! Still dreaming about it.
The hakke was super tender. Was a bit disappointed with the service. The waiters looked tired and explained things in a non-personable way ... Almost as if they were tired of repeating same things.
Great view, great service. The cheddar tomato soup is great!
A must visit restaurant in NYC.
Casual sister of Jean Georges. I always find service tad slow but their tuna tartare and chocolate cake more than make up for it
Tuna tartare is great. Prix fix menu is well worth it, order different desserts with your company to try both options - both delicious.
The lunchtime prix fixe menus is a gem.
The veal milanese is one of my favorite dishes in the city. Perfectly fried with a nice dressing and some greens.
Amazing foie gras appetizer, pumpkin cheesecake, and service and ambiance for business lunch or dinner. Impeccable french style seasonal dishes.
Best french toast on the planet. Excellent chicken sausage with jalepeno and great scrambled eggs with tomato. Try putting a french toast in your pocket to eat later :)
Incredible dining experience. The tasting menu is a real value at 5 courses that are nearly entree size. Service is impeccable and the surroundings are lovely.
Foie gras brûlé with strawberry syrup and aged balsamic is delicious. Tuna tartare with avocado, spicy radish, and ginger marinade (picture) is pretty good.
The atmosphere is luxurious and the staff were incredibly attentive and courteous. My ♡ Foie Gras Brule, the Tuna Tartar, Grilled Organic Chicken with Ricotta Gnocchi and The ginger margarita.
Sunny dining area, unfortunately food and service were both not up to standard. Don't bring your date here!
The brioche French toast is amazing!
Everything is good. Please... I mean please take me!
Come for restaurant week, where three courses of Jean Georges-quality plates are served for a mere $38. Signature dishes include the Tuna Tartare and Molten Chocolate Cake.
All of the food is great. What might not be obvious summertime wise is there's a terrace that is amazing and secluded and you should totally ask for a table outside
Eh.... Not worth it.
Salmon sushi was incredible.
Tasting menu was delicious and artfully crafted. Attention to service was great. Extra points for keeping time for us to make it to the airport.
Restaurant Week menu was OK. But worth the price tho
Do NOT order your cocktails on the rocks. They charge you $3 for ice.
The bar is very nice. People and staff very friendly!
"...there are women whose dresses and heels make you wonder exactly how long ago they met their dates." – Pete Wells, NY Times
Love it. Lunch Pre Fix is good. Recommend the butternut squash soup~
Great food and great atmosphere! Love the open kitchen! Deserts are even better than the main dishes! So leave some space!
Went for brunch. Place is lovely. Food was good. Service was not good. They forgot out appetizer and took forever to do everything. Literally took 2 or 3 requests to get things.
Get the Tuna Tartar. Best in the city.
Better last time i was here. A little too much salt and pepper on everything. + Artichoke appetizer was a disappointment
Consistently the best restaurant week experience. Order everything, you won't regret it.
Get the tuna tar tar and the salmon sashimi no matter what! They're worth it!!!
Overrated. The ambiance was basic, and the food wasn't worth the money.
Tenderloin with a very spicy butter sauce was divine! Jean Georges himself there to oversee everything. Excellent service.
Great service. Remarkable food. Amazing value. Casual. Not too serious. We ordered off the menu and found it remarkable but the prix fixe lunch looked good as well.
Gets great light even in the winters. Huge windows and airy space. Get the capp to start and the benedict with salmon.
Nougatine recently received a new design refresh that adds some sizzle to the dining room. And, as Pete Wells noted, the kitchen is still turning out satisfying seasonal fare. [Eater 38 Member]
Loved the parsnip soup with coconut and lime, slow cooked salmon, fusilli with mushroom bolognese and pecorino, and warm chocolate cake. Fluke sashimi was a little underwhelming in comparison.
Love the beef tenderloin and foie gras. Don't skip dessert.