The presentation was very minimalist, but it was quite tasty.
When it was done, you wrapped it in lettuce and can add 4 different types of sauces. We noticed thru the dark windows there were rooms in the upper levels. It was a beautiful symphony. If you are hesitant about dining here because of the price, get over it!
The hostess that greeted us at the door could see I was a little uneasy and assured me they did not have a dress code not to fret. When I knew I would be coming for a conference, I booked a table for lunch, the only time available for my dates, months in advance.
This followed with a bowl of tiny tomatoes. Everything was just fine, but it was literally just that: I thought we might as well try to make the reservation and hope for the best!
It was beautifully presented, but even more important, so flavorful with every scoop and bite. In contrast, the crab dish was presented with a salad of zucchini and lemon and was elegantly plated like everything else, but the flavor was very light and refreshing.
Ascend the steps to an elevated dining area surrounded by a gorgeous metal piece that reminds me of cornstalks. Thank you, Eleven Madison, for a very special special occasion!
Reservations may be difficult to come by and try for, and the price tag may be even more difficult to justify, but given the chance, I would do it all again in a heartbeat.
Our Advanced Sommelier, Sam, was so great in explaining each wine and how they will pair with each dish.
They had no available seating so we chose the option the join the waitlist because it says sold out on the dates we chose. They change menus every season! They brought out a mini grill so we could finish grilling the snails ourselves.
It included 4 sauces that you can add, and then they give you some lettuce to wrap the snails around. It was inventive, light and left me craving more.
Definitely deserving of all three stars. My husband and his friends were here a few years ago without me Or go for a regular dinner if you are baller like that.Ben Brantley, Charles Isherwood and other New York Times Critics on the plays and musicals currently open in New York City.
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