Today, we bring you a very delicious and coveted post, all about the Top restaurants you should visit in NY :
Momofuku Ssäm Bar
Chef: David Chang
Momofuku Ssäm Bar, which is now a sit-down, full-service restaurant, specializes in ssäm, a Korean word that means “anything wrapped.” Country hams, raw bar items, and off-cuts are staples at the dinner table.
Expect to spend about $50 for dinner.
Chef: Jean-Georges Vongerichten
Located in The Trump Hotel on Central Park West, the jewel of chef Vongerichten’s restaurant empire blends French, American, and Asian influences to craft a seasonal, ever-changing menu. It’s consistently awarded four stars by The Times and three Michelin stars. On our overall list, Jean Georges ranks a respectable ninth place.
Jean-Georges offers a three-course prix-fixe menu ($118) and two six-course tasting menus ($198): a traditional tasting of the chef’s signature dishes and a seasonal tasting featuring fresh market ingredients.
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Chef: Thomas Keller
For years, this three-star Michelin restaurant has ruled over the New York City restaurant scene as one of the most coveted dining experiences in town. The “urban interpretation” of chef Keller’s The French Laundry, Per Se garners acclaim from The Daily Meal, OpenTable, and The World’s 100 Best Restaurants.
The prix fixe menu costs $310 a person.
Earlier this year, Per Se’s “grade pending” rating floored the foodie community. After racking up enough points to earn it a “C” from the Department of Health, many called for the city’s restaurant-rating system to be revamped. Per Se was No. 4 on our overall list.
Eleven Madison Park
Chef: Daniel Humm
Swiss-born chef Humm earned his first Michelin star at the age of 24, and brought his creative refined cuisine to this New York City restaurant. Eleven Madison Park also took second place on our overall list.
Awarded four stars by The Times, three stars by Michelin, and the Five Diamond Award by AAA, Eleven Madison Park recently ditched its à la carte concept in favor of an elaborate prix fixe tasting extravaganza. The multicourse menu, which focuses on the agricultural offerings of New York, costs $225.
Chef: Eric Ripert
Le Bernardin’s flagship location, in Paris, opened by sibling duo Maguy and Gilbert Le Coze more than 40 years ago, served only fish — fresh, simple, and prepared with respect. Today, chef Ripert cradles the Le Coze tradition of making fish “the star of the plate” at the internationally acclaimed Le Bernardin in Midtown Manhattan.
This high-end seafood restaurant earned the top spot on The Daily Meal’s list of 101 Best Restaurants in America and was ranked No. 22 by The World’s Best. Our ranking determined that not only is it the best in New York, but the best in America as well.
The chef’s tasting menu starts at $198 a person, and the Le Bernardin-branded tasting menu is a steal at $155.
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