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Daniel

60 East 65th St.

New York, NY 10021

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User rating: Star 5.00 (based on 1 reviews)
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Daniel

60 East 65th St.
New York, NY 10021
Phone 2122880033
Homepagewww.danielnyc.com

 

French

Fine Dining

less than $30


Daniel Boulud’s namesake restaurant features contemporary, seasonal French cuisine, served in the Renaissance splendor of the main dining room or in the casually elegant bar and lounge.


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Oh Daniel, how I love you!

JuanM JuanM (casual diner), 2 Mar 2014, 21:09
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was told about the establishment by a friend. Daniel really is a good restaurant. Actually, I will go as far as saying it is one of the top ones I have been to in New York. When I entered the restaurant, it evoked a feeling of traditional with modern accents. A woman in black caught me off guard as she greeted me at the entrance and took my coat, followed by the friendly hostess, waiting eagerly to cross my name off the reservations list. We were brought into the main dining room, which had an airy feeling but with modern accents such as the added frosted glass panels along the ballestry. The waiter who served our table was very professional without being too stuffy presented us with our menus. Being a very authentic French restaurant, Daniel focuses on only the highest quality ingredients, creating dishes that are simple, yet unique

What made the restaurant differ from a great restaurant, and such a highly acclaimed restaurant, was the way that it stuck to its philosophy and food integrity, constantly changing and creating new dishes, as well as the high level of service and freebies, making the restaurant seem less like a cost and more of an experience. It made me feel welcomed and not a place out to get your money with gimmicky overpriced foods and drinks And best yet, after the meal, the renowned chef Daniel Boulud surprisingly came to my table and greeted me. In a world where celebrity chefs are constantly out to make money, opening up branches, and spending time on television, it is good to see that there are still honest chefs in the world and in New York City.

I cant say enough about this place place. Everything was fantastic. The only reason ti did not get five stars is because I actually had to wait to be served even though I had a reservation. I will certainly be coming back!

 
 



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