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Service is impeccable and silently omnipresent. The minute you walk in the floral arrangements announce you have entered a very generous house; the lighting, paintings and the wall installation that mimic waves transport you to a effervescent shore that invites to a memorable meal.Be the first to Reply
Love spending my celebrations here every yearBe the first to Reply
New York main seafood Michelin three-star French dish Le Bernardin, too good tuna that dish on the original basis t add uni, the taste is much better than the original! Not only seafood, dessert is also awesome!!!Be the first to Reply
All staff are friendly and helpful. Lunch menu is fulfilling and worth the price. Will come back for dinner!Be the first to Reply
There are many reasons why this Michelin 3 stars have been awarded year after year.We were able to secure only an earlier-than-usual reservation of 545 PM on a Saturday night. What has changed fro a visit maybe 5 years ago is that suit/tie is no longer required or expected. The crowd was "business casual" - most gents with sport coats.It was a delightful and memorable evening. Not rushed. Superb service.As the entire table must order the 7-course with optional tasting or the 4-course prix fixe, we opted for the 4 course as all could make their own selection for each course (the 7-course is fixed).Round of cocktails ($20 - $25 each) and a nice 3-part Amuse-bouche was followed by "almost raw" choices of oysters, oysters-uni, scallops, and tuna. This was the first of many discussions throughout the meal on "what was the best dish"? Note there were no bad dishes."Barely touched" choices were lobsters, scallops w/ caviar, and shellfish medley.Main course ("lightly cooked") choices were the signature Dover sole, salmons, and hiramasa - all superb.Desserts were pistachio, coffee-toffees, and the cheese assortment . The latter was the only poor selection of the night as at $44 was too steep.Overall - a clear winner.Damages for 4 with tip was $1850.Food 5/5Service 5/5Value 5/5Cleanliness 5/5Noise 5/5 (lack of noise!)Decor 5/5Be the first to Reply
I did all the research on this restaurant, read through the Wikipedia page, studied the executive chef's bio, along with the other staff, and even read Edwin H's review. Edwin visited for his wife's 85th birthday and he had some extremely valid observations, please go find his review. We took the tasting menu where each dish was paired with wine. The wines were nothing particular and very monotone. BORING. This restaurant is supposed to have a top sommelier, but I could have blindly picked a handful of wines and done a better, more exciting pairing. It's clear that somebody is bribing the Michelin guide reviewer which is why they haven't lost a star. To obtain 3 Michelin stars should be reserved for the very best, most elite, welcoming, divine restaurants in the world. I've eaten at non-starred restaurants with better hospitality and quality. We were absolutely robbed at this restaurant. Before you think to yourself, "this is the reviewer's first Michelin experience", don't worry, I've been to 12 Michelin star restaurants and this is my third 3 star experience. I'm basing this entire review off what a Michelin experience should be; and, frankly, these comments stand for non-starred restaurants as well. This staff needs to get back to the basics and ask themselves if food is really their passion or just a way to pay the bills. Ok, end tangent and back to the review...All of the fish dishes were about 500% too salty, the bread was a limited selection (compared to other Michelin starred restaurants), and the dishes were forgettable. The one dish I particularly enjoyed was the tuna with a hint of wasabi in the sauce - this was actually quite nice. The only silver lining of this meal were the sauces that accompanied each course.Oh, I almost forgot this part, and this is an *extremely* unprofessional quality. I went to the restroom and when I returned I was told that the wine had already been described. The server described the wine to only one guest and didn't wait for me to return, which was 3 minutes later. When I asked for a re-explanation I was literally scoffed at, and the explanation was essentially "here's a wine, it pairs well with your food." Disgusting. I honestly can't believe this. There was no welcoming feeling at this restaurant. None at all. You'd think after spending $1,200 for 2 people the staff would at least *pretend* to like you, but they make you feel like intruders during the entire dinner and then kick you out as quickly as possible. The entire tasing experience from walking in through walking out the door was 90 minutes. For a full drink, dinner, dessert experience it should not be this quick; everything was rushed.I've actually lost some faith in the Michelin guide. It used to stand for something. If this restaurant can be awarded 3 stars, where does the chaos stop? If you're looking for a true 3 star experience, go visit Da Vittorio.If you want an experience where you feel like an intruder, are served over-salted, overcooked fish, monotone wines, and have $1,000+ to blow on 2 people, please visit this restaurant. If you are looking for a fine dining experience in NYC you have many, many other options. ***********I hope I can steer at least 1 person/couple away from this place; please spend your hard earned money where the staff treat you well and the experience is enjoyable.***********2 stars were given because the sauces were quite nice, but the desserts were flawless. Absolutely stunning. But overall...What a shame.Be the first to Reply
my favorite fine dining experience ever, ive gone for the price fixed menu for lunch and also the tasting menu for lunch and it's truly 3 stars (unlike eleven madison park after they went vegan)If you want to splurge there's basically no way uou can go wrong with le bernardinBe the first to Reply
Had a really great and delicious time! Came here for a late lunch and got the prix fix meal, opened with a poached and smoked salmon spread on little toasties-- very yummy. Then I got the caviar-scallop, generous portion of caviar atop a generous bed of diced raw scallops. It was like a very tasty symphony in my mouth, a really nice combo of textures and buttery indulgence. For the cooked portion I chose the dover sole filet because I wanted a buttery fish. It was nicely prepared and garnished with olives, black trumpet mushrooms, and almonds. It was really good -- but I was so full at this point from the caviar-scallop, salmon and toasties, and bread basket that I could finish it. But I had room for dessert!! (Always) I got the chocolate tart, it had some high points -- the melty center had an atypical flavor profile for chocolate, and the ice cream complimented it well. The rest of it was OK and the fancy decorations were more wafer, not chocolate. The design of the place is very elegant, and it's one of the better lit fine dining places I've been to. As expected of a restaurant this caliber, the staff were extremely attentive and kind. They have a coat check which was nice.My husband made the reservation about a couple of days in advance or so-- he had a very different experience; he wasn't satisfied with his meal (lobster, monk fish) but thought the sorbet he got was good! I tried his meal, I thought the lobster was about as good as lobster usually is, the monkfish was admittedly super salty, and his sorbet selection was really yummy and a good palette cleanser!!Be the first to Reply
Who gave these dude the 3 stars??? I cook better no cap.Be the first to Reply
Been here 4 times now, pre-covid and once since covid, and an additional 3 times for corporate related events. The experience seems to be deteriorating. Very elitist and classist, which is unnecessary. Obviously guests eating here are in a certain socioeconomic bracket OR saved up to enjoy the dining experience-- either way deserving of an impeccable dining experience, which is not the case. The staff are either dead inside or just required to have sticks shoved in their rears-- neither friendly, nor pleasant. It doesn't matter if you're celebrating an anniversary or birthday--the restaurant will make no fuss for your occasion. The vegetarian tasting menu and the flesh menu make little sense. Too greedy to commit one way, but exploiting the crap out of diners. Yes, the food is good, but this is NYC with many restaurants serving excellent food. The food here is not exceptional and for these prices and reputation, being exceptional is NOT optional. It's like Le Bernardin is not even trying any more. The dining experience seems to be more about guests feeling privileged to be able to eat at Le Bernardin, rather than the restaurant feeling honored to have guests in the first place. Not worth it.Be the first to Reply
Each time is better and better! Food services wine cocktails.. you name it! Live the fancy atmosphere over there ! Coming back soon again ;)Be the first to Reply
I took my husband here for his 30th birthday several months ago. When we came in, we felt a little out of place. It is fancy on fancy. Nevertheless, the staff was pleasant and welcoming. And we lucked out getting a table in the back on the corner, that had a great view of the rest of the restaurant. We did the tasting menu, and got 8 courses. And I promise you, if you eat the food, you will not go home hungry. We had previously only been to one or two star Michelin star restaurants so we had high expectations for our first 3 star experience. Looking back we now think 3 stars might be mostly for ambuance and wine pairings since the food did not overshadow most of our 1 star prior experiences.The pounded thin tuna, was a great start. The caviar served on a "Potato cloud" was other worldly. And then came the langoustine and lobster courses, which my husband and I were split on. Him loving shell food, while I thought it didn't live up to the billing. This was followed by the dover sole, their most famous dish, which we were again split on but the other way. This was not a dish that would make you love cooked fish if you don't love cooked fish. But as someone who loves cooked fish, I thought it was great. Then another fish course, and at this point, we're both getting full and it does seem like they are retreading flavours quite a bit.Then last we got 2 desserts. And we both agreed that they were both overly sweet, too much, and not very delicious. Not at all living up to the three Michelin star expectations.Overall, it was a nice experience. The highest of class, but the food fell short. There were some highlights, but the second half of the menu was a slog, and for the pricing it wasn't remotely worth the value. I did not feel great about spending 900 on this meal and I have felt ok with spending that for a few other dining experiences.Be the first to Reply
Ah Le Bernardin, arguably one of the best restaurants - in the WORLD! This three Michelin star establishment did NOT disappoint. Le Bernardin by far has the best service of any restaurant I've ever been to. The food and drinks were equally incredible. People say this is a spot for special occasions but I went on a Wednesday and had just as much fun. I spent the same here that I did at Nobu so really not that expensive considering th experience. DO THE CHEFS TASTING MENU & GET EXTRA CAVIAR. As soon as I sat down, they provided a separate, smaller chair specifically for my purse. This was very appreciated. We started with the welcome dish that was lobster, a crunch, and a soup shot. This was delectable. This was followed by ounces and ounces of Golden Imperial caviar, the best on the menu. The sides provided with the Caviar we're so delicious we ordered another round of It all. The next dish was layers of thinly pounded yellowfin tuna, foie gras, over a toasted baguette, chives, and extra virgin olive oil - Devine. We felt that it needed black truffle so they came out and shaved some fresh on top. We were right - it was delicious. These dishes were followed by two lobster dishes. Incredible. Every time we had a new course, they swapped out our silverware and plates. The drinks were incredible and they even made one just for me according to my pallet. They need to put this on the menu because I promise you it's the best damn tequila drink you'll ever have. TLDR: trust the chef and Bartneder and enjoy the 4 hour long experience that will be the best service and quality food you might ever have.Be the first to Reply
We've been to Le Bernardin many times over the years it's been open and we have always been amazed by the food and the service. Not this time. For starters, 10 minutes after being seated for our 6PM reservation, we were told we needed to be out by 8:00 PM! What?! We hadn't even had a first bite yet and they were already kicking us out! Not the kind of warm welcome back we were expecting. I had just returned from 3 weeks in Italy where, no matter the type of restaurant (fancy or super casual), they won't bring you the check until you ask for it because they don't want you to feel like you are being kicked out. Le Bernardin could learn something from our Italian friends! After that, the service was very rushed. The sommeliers walk around like robots. I love talking about the wines and the producers (I'm a wine writer) and ours didn't have anything much to say or maybe he was also trying to move us along as quickly as possible. On the plus side, our waiter was very friendly and the fish here is always of impeccable quality. We enjoyed the food but not every dish was a 'taste sensation' (as my husband and I call the dishes that blow your socks off) as they should all be in such a highly awarded and expensive restaurant. A couple of the dishes were good, but not exceptional. The presentations are not as creative as in many other Michelin-starred restaurants either. Two nights before dining here, I was still in Italy and we crossed the border to dine in Slovenia at Hiša Franko, also Michelin-starred, and it was 100 times better: more interesting presentations, many taste sensations and an extremely welcoming experience. The kind of meal you think about and tell people about for months later. Unfortunately, with so many great restaurants in NYC, many of them offering the freshest of fish, I don't think I'll be dining at Le Bernardin anytime again soon.Be the first to Reply
My 12PM lunch on a Monday was excellent, terrific, superlative, what else can I say? Service: Post-pandemic we are almost inured to the sense that service quality everywhere we go will be worse off than it was before, but that was thankfully not the case here. The staff at LB was friendly, prompt, informative, and gracious from soup to nuts. When I said to my server "that's okay, you don't need to keep changing my silverware" he explained that it was de rigeur, part of the service. Different dishes require different utensils. He showed me how the spoon for the Dover sole dish was flatter than that used for the langoustine or lobster dishes which needed a curvier spoon for the broth. And how a fish knife is different than a regular one. Educational. 10/10.Atmosphere/ambiance: LB is on 51st between 6th and 7th, near the offices of a few financial services firms. I really like the restaurant's space (high ceilings, tables not on top of each other), tasteful decor, not too loud atmosphere, and nice bathrooms (well-lit, faucet appropriately aerated with decent force, incense, and good disposable towelettes that have the Le Bernardin logo on them). It can be a little intimidating because most people dining there look very wealthy and powerful, but don't sweat it; we are all there to eat a great meal and relax a bit before resuming the daily battles of our lives. 10/10.Food: I got the $295 chefs tasting menu for lunch. It was worth it. All of the dishes were well thought out and delicious. Really great ingredients. That first dish of pounded hamachi (like one would do for a chicken Milanese) on top of foie gras was excellent. I'll remember that one for a while. As was the diver scallop with osetra caviar. Lobster was perfectly poached and went really well with the miso broth. 10/10.Post-lunch cocktail: Southern Summer, made with Zacapa 23 Solera Rum, Pêche de Vigne, cherry, lime, mint. This sounded better on paper than it tasted. Too bitter and sour for me. Strong, though. 6/10. When my server saw that I didn't drink much of it he asked if he could replace it but I said no, I had to get back.Overall, a worthwhile experience. I've eaten at Daniel and Alinea and this was every bit as enjoyable, maybe more even.Be the first to Reply
The waitstaff is friendly and professional. The room is stunning. The food is delicious. We each had the 4 course tasting and tasted each others' dishes which is perfect so we really tried 8 courses. He loved the breads.Be the first to Reply
It is hands down one of the best dishes I've ever had. The packed lobster was perfection and came in this delicate miso sake broth that was out of this world. I would 100,000% order those two dishes again.The octopus was perfectly cooked and seasoned with paprika and chorizo emulsion which gave it a nice smoky flavor. The yellowfin tuna, which came thinly sliced on a thin crispy baguette toast layered with foie gras, was also excellent. For entrees, I had the Merluzq which was cooked perfectly rare, and came in an amazing light jalapeño lime broth (not spicy at all). My husband got the Hiramasa which he really enjoyed. The desserts were also so delicious we wanted yo lick our plates (we didn't!!). We got the Vanilla (Vanilla Crème Anglaise, Genoise Sponge Cake) and the Pistachio (Pistachio Praliné, Grand Marnier Bavarois). Still dreaming about both! The service was impeccable. We came pretty late on a whim after a show so we opted to sit in the lounge which had a great vibe with a very nice atmosphere, and much less stuffy than the dining room. We ended up ordering off the full dinner menu. Our waiter, who was originally from Zimbabwe, was phenomenal.Be the first to Reply
My wife and I got the tasting menu last night and it was a big disappointment.The best thing I can say is that the cocktails were decent, but the food and the service were a let down. Early on we noticed that the couple next to us were receiving better treatment than we were while getting the same food from the same waiters. They were offered more bread (which initially we thought was a good thing, because the bread was actually awful) and later they were given options we weren't given by cheerier waiters. Starting with the cold, stale-seeming bread, through a series of what mostly seemed like haphazardly designed courses to two reasonable but tiny desserts, I couldn't understand what earned this place its 3 Michelin Stars. The flavors were odd, expensive ingredients were occasionally omitted (though still described by the staff who probably thought we couldn't tell). There are more deserving restaurants, and certainly more deserving French restaurants in the city than this stuffy old place. 'Daniel' for instance is a far superior destination for this kind of cuisine and offers a far better experience. Even the bathrooms were under renovation, which would have been a bigger problem if we'd hung around for a couple more hours. We both lost a night of sleep to nausea.Be the first to Reply
Highlights:* One of New York's most coveted tables for seafood lovers who want to dine with exquisitely prepared presentations* $295 pp for the 8 course Chef's Tasting Menu.* Pro Tip: If you can't get a reservation try for a table in the lounge where you can order the regular Chef's Tasting Menu I've been a bit remiss in getting around to writing my review from my June 29th visit. I've never been able to snag a reservation for the main dining room but on a Summer weekday night had no trouble getting a table in the lounge as a walk in, where you can order the same menu. Mission accomplished!You can find the menu online, so I won't get into the details of every dish, some were spectacular, so were very good, to our taste. You can order wine from the 900 selection wine list (not available online but I took a picture of a wine by the glass page for you), or you can do a wine pairing for an additional $145 per person. We choose instead to challenge our tasting skills by asking the Sommelier to select several wines for us and to serve them side by side blind. He was happy to accommodate and it was a lot of fun, although I really struck out. He threw a Zierfandler into the mix along with a Gruner, a Cotes du Jura Sauvageon not even on the wine list, and a Rousanne/Voignier. I got the Rhone Rousanne/Viognier right but how many of you have tried a Zierfandler or a Sauvageon from Jura? That was hard. So remember, if you really dream of going to Le Bernadin, as I have, and can't get a reservation, arrive early and try for the lounge.Be the first to Reply
While the dining experience and service was top notch, the food could have more flavor and punch. Quality and presentation of each dish was great and the wines were also good, but there wasn't anything exciting about the dishes.Be the first to Reply
One of the best meals we've ever had! We went for lunch for a special meal in New York City. We took our nine-year-old son. The service was absolutely amazing and so attentive. The food was delicious, creative and so over-the-top. We highly recommend the strawberry dessert... The highlight of the meal!Be the first to Reply
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