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60 E 65th St New York, NY 10065, United States
60 East 65th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10065
(212) 288-0033danielnyc.com
$$$$French Restaurant, BarToday 5:30 – 10:00 pm
Monday 5:30 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:30 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:30 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:30 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:30 – 10:00 pmSaturday 5:30 – 10:00 pmSunday Closed
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Daniel Boulud's elegant French flagship where jackets are required & expense accounts come in handy.- Google
"The tasting menu is fantastic and the drinks are very innovative."
"Special occasion, greatest culinary experience of my life."
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Laura Mason
a month ago
The atmosphere is pristine and the food is an art form to be savored and admired. The service was superb except for waiting almost 10 minutes in the bar/cocktail area to get a glass of wine. This is a great place to people watch with some of the best dressed ladies in NYC. Style up when you go. It is worth it!
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Beverly Flores
3 weeks ago
Superb restaurant. Great atmosphere and delicious cuisine. We really enjoyed our eveing.
Viravyne Chhim
6 months ago
What impresses me most about Daniel is their unbelievable customer service. When I walked in with my colleagues and business associates, with a 9 month pregnant belly pushing my dress outward, waiters immediately approached to offer a comfortable seat on the couch propped by pillows. Soon after they approached with offers of virgin drinks and questions about my diet restrictions. When I returned after giving birth, no one gave me any problems when I had to nurse my son at the table or when he had a meltdown. Despite their warnings pre-visit, I did not have to remove my son from the table out of fear of disturbing other diners.
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Beta Lord
9 months ago
Mr. Boloud & team live up to their name. All the decadence and pomp is thoroughly backed up by razor sharp precision that take the palette on a ride through tiny French cafés, the lush countryside and back into a refined Parisian kitchen. Take the ride.
Bin Fang
a month ago
Definitely a special occasion restaurant. Have been to many 'top' restaurants in the city and this definitely falls into that category (not too surprising given it is one of a few in the city with 3 Michelin stars). Wouldn't call it my favorite (mostly because of personal preference on the menu choices compared to some of my favorites), but it was a memorable meal that will make it to my list of top meals. The room is beautiful, I had been prior to the renovations and they did a great job of keeping the classic elements while introducing modern touches. A very warm and inviting space. You really feel transported out of the city from the moment you walk in. Even the flowers are beautiful, though I wish they would spread them throughout the room more. When we went last night they had an arrangement of maple leaves showing fall colors, very creative and attractive look. The service was excellent, as you would expect. Never had to ask for anything or look for a waiter. And as with most top restaurants, they made us feel like we belong there and it was all about us. They knew the menu very well and were able to discuss the dishes with us in interesting ways. The food was also excellent. I made a bad choice by choosing a salmon dish to start with, didn't realize it was more like a smoked salmon, which I am not a fan of. Other than that the dishes were amazing. The scallop starter was one of our favorites, and the encrusted cod was one of the best fish dishes we had (nicely presented and prepared for two). I had the duo of beef which was also excellent. The desserts warrant their own mention. I had the best 'molten' cake I every had. It had a perfectly melted chocolate center, but what put it over the top was the mix of salted caramel. Not too heavy and amazing mixture of flavors, wonderful! As I said great for a special occasion given the price, but worth the cost. Just check out the menu and make sure it matches your taste, as it doesn't matter how good the food is prepared if it doesn't match up with what you like.
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Adam Van Grover
4 months ago
Certainly up there in terms of the best French cuisine you will find - decor is spot on, formal dining, food is par excellence, and service staff is attentive, though at this level you should expect more and to me it feels a bit curt/cold and removed. The food does speak for itself and I had no problem finishing everything (the portion sizes helped to offset the heaviness) and maybe even wanting more. Overall impeccable and worth the astronomical prices (~$250/person).
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Yasmin Naradwa
7 months ago
Amazing food. But i really mean that it is amazing. There wasn't even one thing which was just OK, it was amazing. But!!! The prices are ridiculously high, and for me to go there is more then i can afford, so ill give them 5 stars for the food, and i know we live in a capitalistic world, but the prices are way too high.
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Robert Sung
5 months ago
Definitely the most professional service and most beautifully plated food in all of NYC. The food was very good, but not one WOW dish was experienced. I would say this is roughly about on the level as Eleven Madison Park and Le Bernardin, but like both of those restaurants, not even on the same level as Per Se. Some of their cocktails have the most beautiful presentation I have ever seen! If you're just going to be getting a few drinks and want to impress your guest, bring them to the bar/lounge at Daniel!
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