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Mandarin Oriental, New York’s signature Restaurant Asiate perches above the city on the hotel’s 35th floor, showcasing panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline from 16-foot floor-to-ceiling windows. The restaurant seats 90 guests and features a private dining area that seats up to 12 guests. The sophisticated décor of the space balances the urban surroundings with a nod to the hotel’s Asian heritage with a look inspired by exotic orchid florals. A glittering wall of wine creates a chic backdrop for a memorable dining experience. Known for her diverse tastes, Master Sommelier & Wine Director Laura Williamson developed collection of close to 1,000 selections.
New York, NY 10023
Hours of Operation:
BREAKFAST: 7:00am - 10:30am
WEEKEND BRUNCH: Saturday & Sunday 11:45am - 2:00pm
LUNCH: Monday - Friday 12:00pm - 2:00pm
DINNER: Monday - Saturday, 6:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday, 6:00pm - 9:00pm.
60th Street between Broadway and 9th Avenue
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
1, B, D, A and C Trains
Private Party Facilities:
Asiate's Semi-Private Dining Room features floor-to-ceiling views of Central Park and the Upper West Side. The dining area accommodates for parties of 10 to 12 guests.
Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Asiate Ratings and Reviews
Took my wife here on a date night. Fantastic views of the city and very nice ambiance.
The food was disappointing though, very small portions and the food OK but not great. My wife had the duck and I had the lamb, neither one of which was more than mediocre. If you're coming strictly for the food you're going to be disappointed. However, if you're coming for the ambiance and want to impress a date, this is definitely the place to go. The hostess was welcoming, they have a coat check and generally, the experience itself feels high class.
Highly recommended for first dates and special occasions. It is also very close to Lincoln center so it makes for a good pre-opera dinner spot. While the hostess was great, the service itself was also good but not great. Our food took forever to arrive, and it took a while to get the check. We had reservations for 6 and had to rush out for a 7:30 performance. I'd recommend reserving at 5:30 to give you time to enjoy your food and soak in the ambiance.
The setting is beautiful with a great view onto the columbus Circle and Central Park. But the food is disappointing, the portions are tiny, the menu cost is high, the service is ok but not what you expect for a gourmet classy restaurant. Several times the waiters served the dishes by passing the plate in front of the person, it lacks decorum. When the waiter took our order, he was leaning against the wall and described a starter with lentils as 'mushy'! And the service was too fast. We had just ordered and the starter arrived. When you are in such a grand place I prefer taking my time.
Very BAD experience. The service was terrible. A 3 meal course was imposed so I asked if it was possible to have just one course fir my daughter. It was possible ( 50 dollars for 1 course !) but the waiter became very rude. My daughter didn’t finish his meal and they asked if we want some coffee ! We finished the dinner in 40 minutes ! The view was not spectacular at all , the one from my hotel room was so much better. Overall a terrible dinner, I was very upset.
I got there exactly on time, as reserved .The hostess made me wait for 20 minutes at the front of the restaurant, and even after 20 minutes I had to insist that she finally show me to my table.
Table service was indifferent at best.
The eggs Benedict were good, but they informed me they had just run out of smoked salmon. So no smoked salmon.
We had a wonderful experience at Asiate, the staff were very helpful and attentive. We sat in the window and the views over Central Park were phenomenal - the perfect setting for weekend brunch in New York! Everything was wonderful - a MUST for anyone visiting.
Went to Asiate with my gf on a friday night. Restaurant is located in a 5 star hotel near central park. The view was good, but the restaurant was really noisy. There was a club or something right upstairs so the walls were shaking from the noise. Also got seasick from the floors shaking. Food was ok. The scallop starters didnt taste much, needed salt and had some coconut fluff that was just weird. Entree was good and desert was alright. Low value for the money, will not go again as there are plenty of better alternatives in NY
I did the pre-fixed 3 course meal with scallops as the app, lamb as the main course, and strawberry shortcake as the dessert. While the presentation was nice, the entire scallop dish (scallops, mushrooms) tasted like water, with no real flavor there. Next was the Lamb. Super tasty, but served with a huge hunk of fat on it too. The veggie part in the middle was ok, but didn't blow me away as I had hoped. The dessert was also super tasty, but when the small portion is served on a massive plate, you really notice how little of it there is. While it was a beautiful view of the NY skyline at night, I think a meal during the day would be even better. The view is definitely hard to beat, but for $140 for 1 person, my expectation was for a flavor explosion of unique and amazing food. This place fell short, in my opinion.
Great upper NY views from the 35th floor restaurant. Service was exceptional. Overall the food was good, albeit the duck was so though that night I had to send it back. The waiter's recommendation of the Grass-fed Snake River Wagyu Beef that followed however was superb.
We ordered the filet of fish, having been told it was sea bass. it came overcooked and we did not think it was sea bass. We asked the waiter to take it back and he did not blink, and replaced it with another order. This was ok.
Food overall expensive for the quality.
It was not a very good meal.
The food was excellent, although we truly don't know how much since we went on a night the chef from Miami was visiting and took over for the week. Though if what we had was any indication, then it's really good. Very pricey. The host who seated us wasn't that customer-friendly, but our waiter was great.
I visited Asiate during my honeymoon. I made a reservation for lunch expecting pre fix 3 courses menu, but they changed menu without previous notice so I had no choice but to order 4 courses chef special menu(it costed about $. 80 and the only option, another menu was not exsist). They gave me special dessert for my special ocassion, but unfortunately they gave birthday celebration dessert instead of honey moon :( I felt the service of Asiate was not delicate.
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