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The Dutch

93
TripExpert Score based on reviews in 17 publications
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    American Burrata Broccoli Pine Nuts
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    Caesar Steak Tartare
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    Korean Steak, Kimchi Fried Rice
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    Peach Pie
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    Sea Scallops, Kumquat, Bacon Jam
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    Seafood Platter
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Badge 93

Outstanding

say expert reviewers

Top 1% in New York About the TripExpert Score

17 expert recommendations

8

Condé Nast Traveler Tick Editor's Pick

With the Dutch, chef Andrew Carmellini has created just the kind of spot that New Yorkers love: buzzy, but relaxed; comfortable, but sophisticated. Full review →

6

Fodor's

Andrew Carmellini's homage to American cuisine is really an encapsulation of recent food and dining trends... And it all works well at this SoHo restaurant. Full review →

1

Frommer's 33

Forget herring. The Dutch doesn’t serve food from the Netherlands. Instead, it references the fare that would have been popular in Olde NYC. Full review →

21

Gayot 14.0

Carmellini does his best work with the gamier meats like squab, which he serves with seared foie gras, or pecan duck with dirty rice. Full review →

2

Lonely Planet Tick Top Choice

Whether perched at the front bar or dining snugly in the back room, you can always expect smart, farm-to-table soul grub at this see-and-be-seen stalwart. Full review →

11

Michelin Guide Tick 0 Stars

An instant hit when it opened, The Dutch continues to be upbeat, boisterous, and hotter than ever. Full review →

23

New York Magazine Tick Critic's Pick

The big-ticket, gut-busting dish to have at the Dutch is the beautifully charred eighteen-ounce New York strip steak. Full review →

3

New York Times 94

Here is where you want to be right now, all of you who care about good food and the theater of eating it. Full review →

10

Rough Guide Tick Star

Locally sourced produce and seasonal salads accompanying steaks, shellfish, hefty sandwiches, flavourful chilli, fried chicken and freshly baked pies.

48

Tasting Table

Fried chicken (lunch and late-night menus only) with fresh biscuits... steaks aged in-house and a daily rotation of both sweet and savory pies do right by their largely clichéd categories. Full review →

49

The Infatuation 7.8

Celebs-a-plenty, The Dutch is a tried and true downtown Manhattan hot spot. Full review →

47

The New Yorker

The generously portioned entreés are where Carmellini reveals his enthusiasm: tender duck breast with pecan-studded dirty rice; succulent grilled quail with cashew mole and a poblano kick. Full review →

9

Time Out 70

Like the diverse crowd, the food—from virtuoso Andrew Carmellini—is eclectic: His rollicking menu reflects our increasingly free-form eating habits. Full review →

12

Travel + Leisure

Andrew Carmellini (also behind Tribeca’s buzzed-about Locanda Verde) hits all the right notes at this platonic ideal of the American bistro. Full review →

24

Village Voice Tick Critic's Pick

The menu at Andrew Carmellini's Soho venture hopscotches across our mighty country while giving props to Japan, Mexico, Italy, and beyond. Full review →

59

Where

Chef Andrew Carmellini dresses steak tartare in Caesar, tosses spaghetti with black kale carbonara and roasts short ribs in stout. L (Mon-Fri), D (nightly), Brunch (Sat & Sun). Full review →

19

Zagat

Chef Andrew Carmellini's "delish" riffs on American dishes draw "trendsetters" to this "fashionable" SoHo "winner". Full review →

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