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Boulud Sud
Mediterranean Restaurant$$$
Today 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:30 pm
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One Lincoln Plaza 20 W 64th St New York, NY 10023
20 West 64th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10023
(212) 595-1313bouludsud.com
$$$Mediterranean Restaurant, Lounge
Mediterranean Restaurant
Lounge
French Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:30 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:30 pmFriday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:30 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 11:30 pmSunday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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Refined Mediterranean dining via chef Daniel Boulud with convenience to Lincoln Center.- Google
"For my main course I ordered the lamb burger which came with polenta fries."
"Food was different than the usual Mediterranean cuisine."
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Julie Truong
4 months ago
I love tea and I love pastries. This place does both and more very well. If you're into photography, the cafe has beautiful white marble tables and ample window lighting. You're welcome.
Bin Fang
6 months ago
I'm not a person who is easily impressed by gimmicks and tricks,* but the bartender at Boulud Sud got me with the Spiked Apple. First of all, it's a single malt cocktail that is subtle and delicious. That in itself is a feat.** But even more astonishing is that they go to the trouble of making an APPLE out of ICE, complete with a cinnamon stick stem, and using it as a glass within your glass for your cocktail. A more perfect fall cocktail, I don't think there is. And if single malts scare you, try the From the Field (Honey Comb and Lavender Infused Plymouth Gin, Lemon). I found the food to be a bit less consistent than the cocktails, but there are certainly high points. The charred squid stuffed with chorizo was a meager portion, but excellent; the lamb loin was beautifully cooked and as tender as can be; the Iberico ham predictably melts until your mouth is weeping with porky deliciousness; and the farrotto side was so rich and flavorful that our table ordered another, despite being full to bursting. Each item that emerges from the Boulud Sud kitchen is artfully plated, and there is clearly no lack of skill. That said, there are certain Items that I probably wouldn't revisit on a return trip: the daurade (their spelling, not mine), the crispy artichokes and the rabbit porchetta (not at all what I was expecting/hoping for; it was a cold terrine, which is unlike any porchetta I've ever heard of), for instance. Truly, nothing was bad. We cleaned every plate and enjoyed every bite. Do I think there are better options in NYC at this price point? Certainly. However, the service is impeccable, the cocktails impressive, the restaurant itself gorgeous, and if you have the means you should treat yourself to a truly fine dining experience.
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Lawrence Chan
5 months ago
One of the best places to eat croissants. And I am super critical when it comes to baked goods. The selection of coffee and teas are nice too.
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Celeste Brown
10 months ago
I tried this restaurant for lunch this past Summer for Restaurant Week 2014 with a friend. Reservations were required because the place filled up quickly and we saw a few parties turned away. The service was very good however, intilally we did have to approach the bar for assistance because the hostess was not present for some time. The restaurant was decoration was simple but well coordinated. The journey to the bathroom was even appealing because you walk through their wine cellar to get there. To start they offer a selection of house made bread that are absolutely delicious and addicting. For my meal I had the gazpacho soup to start and loved it-it was full of flavor. For my main course I ordered the lamb burger which came with polenta fries. The fires we good but after a few bites I grew tired of them. The burger was very good but not as good in my opinion as the lamb burger I love from five napkins...sorry. My drink was called hibiscus breeze and it was delicious but very refreshing. For dessert I had the house made creme glacees which came with small cookies that were delicious together. The service started off rough but was good and the table staff were very helpful when deciding which dish to choose. I would definitely return. Great spot for a lunch date - classy and the food is impressive.
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Laura Slabin
5 months ago
Beautiful room, excellent service, flavorful food, extensive and expensive wine list. Highly recommend the artichoke appetizer and unique grapefruit desert.
Ross Smith
2 weeks ago
Daniel boloud other spot. Kristen Ross said best octopus she ever had.
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Celeste Brown
10 months ago
I tried this restaurant for lunch this past Summer for Restaurant Week 2014 with a friend. Reservations were required because the place filled up quickly and we saw a few parties turned away. The service was very good however, intilally we did have to approach the bar for assistance because the hostess was not present for some time. The restaurant was decoration was simple but well coordinated. The journey to the bathroom was even appealing because you walk through their wine cellar to get there. To start they offer a selection of house made bread that are absolutely delicious and addicting. For my meal I had the gazpacho soup to start and loved it-it was full of flavor. For my main course I ordered the lamb burger which came with polenta fries. The fires we good but after a few bites I grew tired of them. The burger was very good but not as good in my opinion as the lamb burger I love from five napkins...sorry. My drink was called hibiscus breeze and it was delicious but very refreshing. For dessert I had the house made creme glacees which came with small cookies that were delicious together. The service started off rough but was good and the table staff were very helpful when deciding which dish to choose. I would definitely return. Great spot for a lunch date - classy and the food is impressive.
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Frigide Barjot
11 months ago
lace few days ago, my gambas al ajillo , the gambas taste like amoniac mean they were old shrimp i cant believe for a very pricey place, the water crest under my fish omg they were pure salt i almost die of it, i will never comeback

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