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16 expert recommendations
It’s a mostly all-day brasserie where the first-rate cuisine keeps pace with the high-society scene. Full review →
Chef Daniel Boulud creates a less formal dining room with solid creations inside the Surrey hotel.
The food and service are top-notch. Full review →
Part of Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star chef Daniel Boulud’s culinary empire, Café Boulud is a favorite among New Yorker. Full review →
All in all, a first-rate dining experience at more palatable prices than cuisine this memorable usually costs. Full review →
The kitchen turns out a creative, sophisticated cuisine based on a French and American foundation. Full review →
This Michelin-starred bistro – part of Daniel Boulud’s gastronomic empire – attracts a staid crowd with its globe-trotting French cuisine. Full review →
Just as one might expect from the address, Cafe Boulud is a smart, discreet, and tres Upper East locale, just steps from Central Park. Full review →
The dishes at Café Boulud are united less by ethnic orientation than by the kitchens skill and by embellishments that reliably turn whats already enjoyable into something remarkable. Full review →
Elegant, slightly more relaxed sibling of Daniel. Full review →
The muted but elegant interior of chef Daniel Boulud’s second Manhattan restaurant is an exceedingly pleasant place to savour his sublime concoctions.
The equal-opportunity reverence for raw materials makes this a rare French restaurant—French-ish may be more apt—where vegetarians aren’t neglected. Full review →
Diners can splurge on the tasting menu with optional wine pairing, or order à la carte. Full review →
This friendly spot offers a variety of mini-menus based on market-fresh produce, reinterpreted French classics, and international favorites that rotate on a regular basis. Full review →
The menu at Chef Daniel Boulud’s much-applauded restaurant covers categories such as classic fare (filet mignon), market-driven dishes (wild herb ravioli) and world cuisine. Full review →
Daniel Boulud's "mastery shows through" at this Upper East Side "oasis" of "refinement", where "perfectionist chef" Gavin Kaysen wows a "smartly dressed", "blue-blood" crowd. Full review →