Prix fixe lunch here, if you are lucky enough to snag a table, is dining of a higher order, but at a lower price than the Midtown French heavyweights.
AAA Inspector Notes
The road from home in Chicago to New York led through Paris for star chef Daniel Rose, who beat the French at their own game with a fresh twist on traditional cuisine. Cooking professionally for the first time in America, Chef Rose had wowed Paris with his restaurant near the Louvre. Now in New York, his contemporary versions of favorite dishes, like the "Entrecote Bourguignonne" or the foie gras confit with figs, positively stand out and hit contemporary notes. The dining room is beautiful like few others in town, with a refined sophistication that reminds a diner of a dreamy evocation of Paris. Service staff have cosmopolitan flair and are brimming with that rare confidence of one who knows they're bringing something prized and most desirable to the table. Highly recommended.
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