Incredible for dinner. Amazing drinks, and the Hamachi was the best of our plates.
Duck breast was fantastic
Little, cozy, chic and with a menu so good that you would like to try it all. I went for brunch and had French toasts. I would come back just for them. Delish:)
Well plated dishes, open kitchen, small portions - cooked just right. Share some plates and get a bottle of wine from their surprisingly well stocked selection.
Sunday Supper Series - Guests can choose four courses from the menu for $40
The chorizo and grits is my go-to brunch in the West Village.
Quintessential spot in the West Village for a date...and Jesse's menu never let's you down.
I love recette. Intimate, easy reservation to get, tasty plates.
My favorite place in NYC!
Cod fritters, branzino and beef cheek we're delicious! But if ordering a la carte one starter and one main is more than enough even though they recommend 3-4 dishes.
The bone marrow toast was magic. Period.
Good brunch! Pulled pork with egg and cornbread was a standout
Incredibly delicious small plates place. Can't go wrong with the 5 course tasting menu! They will adjust to your tastes or just surprise you.
Got ill from the food...
S'mores on the dessert menu = best $8 you will ever spend. The spaghetti special w truffles was super too. But get the S'mores. Make love to them.
This one's easy. Get the cauliflower raviolo. You'll get a taste of pasta, mushrooms, veggies, and seafood in one bite!
Love the vibe here and if you get Cal as your server you're in luck!
Mondays with Jesse are absolutely amazing and should not be missed.
Try the duck it is delicious !
Food is awesome, service is atrocious.
Try out the waterbed.
Get the tasting menu! They accommodate most restrictions!
The chef's tasting menus are the best! Do not miss the foie gras!!
I would go back purely for the deconstructed smores dessert...a MUST!
Try the Pumpkin Espuma - #light and #pumpkiny with perfect scallops
A Parisian inspired Thanksgiving meal is on the menu including pumpkin espuma with bay scallops, pear, roasted sablefish with chicken dumplings & turkey roulade with chestnut and cranberries.
Grub Street off-menu dish: Foie-and-Langoustine Wellington. "Instead of beef Wellington, the staff swaps in langoustine & fatty goose liver into a tiny puff pastry shell w a Japanese red curry sauce."
Try the PB&J French Toast - So good I had to post one more shot
Try the Pb&J "Pain Perdue" - This just easily made my list of best things I've ever eaten.
Try the Cheesy Grits
Try the Salt Cod Fritters - Lamb Sausage Ragu, Curry Aioli
The duck breast here is tender, plump and flavorful!
Bit of an expensive foodie destination with not much to back it up. Won't be back but buffalo sweetbreads were quite deelish. Nothing much else to mention -_-
Get the tasting menu, truly shows you the depth of the menu.
Get there (i.e. book) after 9:30pm when the restaurant gets less crowded, otherwise it can be noisy. Great service!
The PB&J French toast must be tried but great for sharing at the table, otherwise it will put you in a coma. Everyone talks about the smores dessert but we didn't make it that far.
Quintessential West Village spot. The spicy sweetbreads satisfy, as does the scallops and lobster risotto. The special Caipirinha made with apple/beet juice and fresh ginger, fantastic.
Try the PB&J pain perdu!
PB&J pain perdu. The chef's pillowy treat features a three-inch-thick wedge of Sullivan Street brioche stuffed with a swirl of creamy peanut butter and grape jam. $12.
Good for a splurge. Get bone marrow toast, duck breast with spring bean cassoulet, and Christina Lee's take on the s'more—graham cracker ice cream, toasted marshmallow, peppery "hot" chocolate ganache
New favorite. Try everything.
Mondays with Jesse series is the best!
Get pre fixe menu and make sure you get different dishes. That way you can share and experience every bite. Get all extras on the menu. Caviar is good quality, but too expensive for small amount.
Scallops are mind blowing. S'mores are a no- brainer. My favorite place to eat in NYC.
Trust the chef.