NYC is famous for many things, and its restaurants are certainly among one of its hallmarks. Here is a small list of selected NYC restaurants that make your dining experience memorable.
Eleven Madison Park
Run by swiss chef Daniel Humm, this restaurant was started as a brasserie and evolved into one of the NYC’s most exclusive and progressive restaurants. In addition to the well-appreciated service, the restaurant is famous for its epic tasting menus. Showmanship is another well-admired feature of this restaurant.
We haven’t seen anyone disappointed by the flawless and delicious dishes of this restaurant, from Thomas Keller’s famous salmon tartare cone to luxe oysters-and-caviar. You cannot just stop by and have a meal at Per Se, however. You might have to wait for four nights to have a spot for a dinner. And you are expected to wear the right clothes and pay a fixed service charge.
This Persian eatery was brought to Gotham in 1986 by siblings Gilbert and Maguy, and it has retained its reputation since. It is a formal place still, with jacket required policy and white tablecloths. However, Brooklyn artist Ran Ortner has done an overhaul to modernize the place with leather banquettes and a mural of a tempestuous sea.
Daniel is a high-end genre, and Boulud and his team have done a good effort to keep this big-ticket commitment. Daniel has seen a vibrant redesign by Adam Tihany to give it a modernized look.
Anyone who has visited Jean George can testify that the food is top-rated and breathtaking. From velvety foie gras terrine with fig jam to green asparagus, the restaurant features a premium food experience.
Bouley has retained its 22-year old legacies. It still features the aromatic apples that greet diners as they walk through the doors. David Bouley’s devotion to an opulent is still unwavering.