High-end atmosphere and high-end, a good place to entertain guests, fresh ingredients, and good service staff. The color, fragrance and taste. The price is not expensive and it is delicious. I will definitely go here next time I have dinner with friends.
Long-lost Michelin French restaurant Jean Georges
Spacious and comfortable environment
Small vase flower
1) Tuna Tower
Pink minced tuna
Fresh green avocado puree
Thinly sliced small carrots
Make up eye-catching flowers
Sauce: miso + ginger
2) Fresh shrimp salad
Fresh shrimp + avocado + tomato + high quality raw vegetables
Sauce: Champagne vinaigrette
Both sell well
The sauce perfectly matches the ingredients
Two main dishes
Grilled Chilean cod with seared water melon
Sauce: Virgin Tomato + Bean Paste
Steamed Grouper + Braised Spinach + Scallion Strips
Sauce: Basil + Cucumber Puree + White Vinegar
Classic Popsicle Chocolate Tower + Vanilla Ice Ball
Yellow Peach Red Berries + Matcha Ice Ball
Although the price has risen sharply
Me and Alan
Still very satisfied~
Jean-Georges and his CPW kingdom already have a sense of being living elsewhere. The cute Nougatine and JG share kitchens, although the menus are slightly different, they are much more cost-effective! The world-renowned Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen's bold and fashionable style makes it more relaxed and cozy than the fine dining room that sits in serious danger. Provocative desserts and a thick wine list have always been New Yorker's favorites. On the weekend afternoon, you may order a double egg combination of Egg Caviar and Eggs Benedict on the restaurant terrace. Enjoy the Sunday limited brunch while enjoying the Central Park. Spring!
Known as the food street Jean-Georges Vongerichten and his CPW kingdom already have a sense of detachment from living elsewhere.
Located opposite the Central Park of Columbus Circle, the old-fashioned Michelin three-star French cuisine is really old-fashioned and lacks vitality. However, it is full of service and details.
As an evergreen tree with three Michelin stars, New York's Jean Georges is located on the first floor of Trump Tower in Columbus circle on the Upper West Side, next to Central Park. (Yes! Wuli is more funny than the tyrant President Trump!) Remember Samantha's classic lines in "Sex And City"? The power and status of a man depends on whether he needs to be positioned to eat at Jean Georges! Here, those celebs that are out of reach on weekdays may pass by you inadvertently.
Coincidentally, Nougatine at Jean Georges and Michelin three-star Jean Georges share a restaurant, only distinguished by different interior designs. The world-renowned Danish design Thomas Juul-Hansen's bold and fashionable style makes Nougatine more elegant and relaxed than the dining room that sits downright.
Provocative desserts and a large wine list have always been New Yorker's favorites.
On the weekend afternoon, you may wish to order a double egg combination of Egg Caviar and Eggs Benedict on the restaurant terrace, and enjoy the Sunday limited brunch while enjoying the spring of Central Park!
Booking: smooth. It is recommended to book on opentable.
Service: Due to the bicycle race, we arrived at the restaurant one hour later than the scheduled time, and the leader arranged us at the table. Server's service is up to star standards, and wine is also very professional.
Brunch menu is only available on weekends from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The restaurant offers three-course lunch, $38; five-course dinner, $98
Dress code: Smart Casual
Tips: recommended to 18+
Cuisines: French, Breakfast & Brunch
Address: 1 Central Park W New York, NY 10023
Official website: http://www.jean-georgesrestaurant.com/nougatine-and-terrace-at-jean-georges/
Phone: (212) 299-3900
Time: Mon-Thu, 7am-10:30am, 11:45-3:30pm and 5:30pm-11pm; Fri, 7am-10:30am, 11:45am-3:30pm and 5pm-11pm; Sat, 8am- 10:30am, 11:30am-3:30pm and 5pm-11pm; Sun, 8am-10:30am, 11:30am-3:30pm and 5:30pm-11pm
Meal standard: $$