Gourmet Grocery Store$$
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911 Seventh Avenue New York, NY 10019
911 Seventh AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10019
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Caviar & other gourmet items are served at this upscale cafe open for breakfast, lunch & nibbles.- Google
"Perfect combination of traditional Russian faire with French flourish."
"A bit overpriced but their almond croissant is to die for!"
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Adam Van Grover
9 months ago
Perfect combination of traditional Russian faire with French flourish. The selection of exquisite caviars, smoked fish, foie gras, pates, and assorted treats are as a whole, unquestionably delicious. The sticking point will always be the price, which is understandable, and strongly supported by the quality, though I prefer to take out from the grocery, rather than eat at the restaurant, as personally I think the service is an afterthought (even though it is on point and carefully curated as a dining experience). Really speaks for itself, word-class quality.
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Jenny Seto
2 years ago
A bit overpriced but their almond croissant is to die for!
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Daniel Nguyen
2 years ago
Want to try marzipan crossiant.
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Noble Ackerson
3 years ago
Worth the $$ Visited in 2009
Larissa Sepulveda
2 years ago
Petrossian boutique & cafe is my favorite place to get coffee, and take a break from a busy day in the city. It is a few steps away from central park. They have delicious pastries, perfectly prepared cappuccinos, and a quiet and reserve setting.
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Nobuko Kobayashi
3 years ago
Yen, they have a nice food and drink but It's too expensive for this service and food.
Zahia Ghossaini
2 years ago
Great cakes
A Google User
4 years ago
We had brunch here on Mother's Day because our first choice, the cafe, didn't have a table for 30 minutes and we had a show to make. We ordered the usually spectacular Smoked Salmon Cobb Salad, which in the cafe is an absolute work of art with a Banyuls vinaigrette which is beyond glorious . In the restaurant the salad was just a salad and the dressing was an overly acidic vinaigrette. Oh, and the service seemed so impressed by their tuxedos that they were aloof, cold and quit inattentive to their patrons. Ah - but yes, the ambience is beautiful . I'm sticking to the cafe.
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