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About Gaby Restaurant at Sofitel Luxury Hotel - NY
Described as one of the top New York French restaurants, Gaby blends classic French cuisine with an American twist. Indulge in our De-Light menu where you will find low calorie three course meals. Can't decided what you want to eat? Try one of our 30-minute meals served Bento Box-style. Accompany your meal with an extensive worldwide wine selection introduces a flight program for you to discover different grape varieties. Our artisanal cheeses and mini desserts creations are the highlights for an after dinner treat. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner at this renowned New York dining spot or simply unwind at Gaby Bar .
Sofitel New York
New York, NY 10036
French, Contemporary American, Contemporary European
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday to Friday - 6:00am / 12:00pm
Saturday/Sunday - 6:30am / 12:00pm
Lunch: Monday to Friday - 12:00pm / 2:00pm
Brunch: Saturday to Sunday: 12:00pm / 3:00pm
Dinner: Sunday to Saturday - 5:00pm / 10:30pm
Bar Food Selection available from 12:00pm / 11:45pm
Between 5th and 6th Avenues
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Events come naturally with more than 6700 sq. ft of meeting and banquet space including Le Grand Paris Ballroom, a spectacular venue with soaring windows that fill the space with natural light.
Valet parking services are available at the hotel entrance - 45 West 44th Street (between 5th and 6th Ave)
Grand Central Station and Times Square-42nd Street are both within two blocks of the restaurant.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Private dining room seats up to 25 guests. Private mezzanine overlooking the bar for up to 25 guests for cocktails and bar snacks. Semi-private dining room seats up to 18 guests. Semi-private mezzanine overlooking the bar for up to 25 guests for cocktails and bar snacks.
Gaby Restaurant at Sofitel Luxury Hotel - NY Ratings and Reviews
We had a wonderful pre-fixe meal that was five courses for $42 without wine pairings and $79 with wine pairings. My husband had short ribs which he thought were amazing, and I had duck a l'orange as an entree. The service was fantastic. The food was great. The price was good. I can't complain about anything. I intend to go back with friends in the future.
I selected this restaurant for a pre-theater dinner based on its great location. The wait staff was cordial and the food was delicious. I did think that the service was a bit slow. Nice ambiance - good for a quiet dinner. I would recommend this restaurant - good for a romantic dinner.
We went out for dinner after work to celebrate my husband's dinner with our son and his girlfriend. We had a very nice time . Very good service, nice quiet place. We choose a pri-fixed dinner with paring wine and were pleasantly surprised that they do not cut the portions. Onion soup was yummy. The filet mignon was very good. Red snapper appetizer was OK. But overall we enjoyed our food and had a good time.
This is a reliable Sunday brunch purveyor in the very French Sofitel hotel. "Bottomless" Bloody Mary or Mimosas was a good deal and kept coming freely. Excellent eggs benedict, croque madame, other standard brunch fare. Excellent service. Quiet ambiance, permits conversation easily.
I went during restaurant week. We had the Corn soup, duck and apple galette. The corn soup is served cold but it was very good and plentiful. It had nice flavor and wasn't salty. The duck was excellent. I think it was Asian flavors. It was cooked medium. The skin had a lot of flavor and was not fatty so rendered nicely. Nice amount of duck. The apple galette was nice but could have used a little ice cream. The apple was tart and the ice cream would have added a nice sweetness. I would go back just for the duck.
I decided to try Gaby's because it was close to the show I was attending and because it was participating in restaurant week. I was impressed with the quality of the service and cuisine. The French 75 was well-made and not at all sweet (I hate sweet cocktails). The duck was served at just the right temperature of medium rare and the sauce had the required complexity of sweet and spice. The burrata starter was hearty, and the lemon curd was delicious. The service was friendly and prompt. A good place for me to return to in the future because it's close enough to the theatre district without the craziness of Times Square places.
Fantastic! The food here is very consistent. We ate at this place last winter too. Came here for restaurant week recently and the food is wonderful. My branzino was perfectly crispy on the outside and my husbands steak was perfectly cooked medium and tender, better than a lot of steakhouses. Flavor is great. Would definitely come back.
I remembered the first time I was here, I had a wonderful meal, so I decided to come back during restaurant week. Very thoughtful menu, including my favorite duck. Food was really good as expected, But the service was impeccable, I was dining alone, the staff was very attentive, made me feel so comfortable, I was never rushed, which is the most important thing to me dining out by myself. My compliment to the staff and the chef, job well done!!👍👍👍
My daughter is gluten and dairy free. It was a little bit of a stretch to get selections without dairy, but lots of gluten free choices. For example, she could get gluten free toast but there was no margerine, only butter. We chose the fixe pris menu for reasonable cost. However, the sparkling water was $9.00 and the mimosa was $18.00 - a bit high I thought. So with the tip it cost us $101.00. Service was very good, although we did have to get up and ask for jam - to compensate for no butter. It was definitely not crowded at noon and the ambiance was lovely. I would choose it again.
The service was excellent, but my main course, wild salmon, was very disappointing. Too dry and overcooked. I couldn't finish it. Desserts: cheesecake was dry, and the creme brulee was tasty. The creme brulee would've been better served at room temperature, rather than served cold.
We had a lovely meal celebrating Father's Day and 65th Birthday. We selected the prix fixe menu because we were attending the theatre. They we able to sub in vegetable lasagna that was delicious. The real winner was the dessert and the service. Great, attentive staff. Chris, the manager, ensured we were having a lovely meal.
Thank you all for helping us enjoy this momentous occasion!
We came here because of the pre-theater menu advertised on the website: two choices (appetizer, main or main, dessert) for $29. When we arrived, we were told that this choice was no longer being served. Even when we showed our waiters the option on the website, they did not budge. We would not have come if we had known this. The food was good, fortunately. We did regret that our waiters did not offer city water as an option, but only $9/bottle Evian. Later in the meal we saw another group of guests being served city water, and again felt like we were being gouged. So, bottom line: good food, midtown location, but not a place for diners on a budget.
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