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About Ai Fiori
From acclaimed Chef Michael White and the Altamarea Group, Ai Fiori celebrates cuisine from the Italian and French Riviera and showcases modern interpretations of traditional regional dishes. Located in the stylish Langham Hotel, Ai Fiori also boasts an inviting bar and lounge with an extensive cocktail and wine list crafted by the restaurant’s renowned beverage professionals.
New York, NY 10018
Contemporary European, Italian, French
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Sunday: 7:00am - 10:15am
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 12pm - 2:15pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday - 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Bar and Lounge are first come/first served
Between 36 st and 37st (2nd floor)
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Meyers Parking Garage
Entrances on 35th and 36th street between 5th and 6th.
(Ai Fiori does not validate)
42ND Street Grand Central Station - 4/5/6/7/S
(0.46 miles from 400 Fifth Avenue, approximately 9 minutes walking).
34TH Street Herald Square
Station - B/D/F/V or 1/2 to 34TH Street Penn Station (0.33 miles from 400 Fifth Avenue, approximately 7 minutes walking).
Walk east towards 400 Fifth
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Ai Fiori offers private dining ranging from 10 guests to 200 guests. For information regarding events please contact Jennifer Zhou at email@example.com or 212.613.8660.
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Ai Fiori Ratings and Reviews
Best pasta I ever had - blue crab with a hint of pepper. Perfect portion size for business lunch. Hazelnut cream-filled pastry for dessert was a delightful bookend to an amazing lunch. Beautiful decor. Low-key but upscale ambiance. Professional wait-staff. Highly recommend it!
Disappointing! Was excited to try chef Michael White’s food here but not even close to what he serves at Marea. Service was terribly slow....sat at the table forever without being offered a slice of bread. Waiter who took our order uninformed and had no personality. Will not go back.
Chef Michael White has always impressed by delivering fresh creative Italian cuisine with a Venitian flair and sublime service, which is why Ai Fiori is one of my favorites in New York. People know more about his other restaurants but this one is definitely worth seeking out as it is truly a hidden gem, the food and experience are totally tops, and I highly recommend it and cannot wait to eat there again!
Visiting from Portland, Oregon. Restaurant is in very nice building and has a good vibe inside. Menu simplified things with tasting menu options which were perfectly laid out and portions were large. Highly recommend for a nice dinner out or even a special occasion. Pastas were great, fish dishes were cooked perfectly with creative sides and overall evening was fantastic. Highly recommend, can’t find anything to complain about at all. Enjoy.
Very disappointed with this restaurant. Expect better from a Michelin starred establishment. Ordered an appetizer portion of tagliatelle with shaved truffles that was cold. When you pay $100 for shaved truffles the least they could do is serve the pasta warm. Overall unimpressive menu. Service, however, was very good. They comped a dessert and glass of wine because we had expressed dissatisfaction.
The restaurant was superb !! The food and service were outstanding. Someone in our party has a severe nut allergy, and the restaurant was very attentive. Anyone wanting a superior dining experience in Manhattan should definitely consider a visit to Ai Fiori.
This was maybe the best experience I've ever had at a restaurant. The service was amazing, the food was creative and delicious, the presentation was beautiful, and the atmosphere was perfect. I was wowed by the staff and by everything they put on my table. (I was dining alone but will certainly return for a date.) My only feedback would be to improve the bread, which I'd prefer warm and softer, but it still tasted great.
The food was delicious and beautifully plated. We had the octopus starter, with crisp pan-fried octopus served over a delicious sauce. For mains, the duck pasta and spaghetti were both wonderful! Complex flavors and al dente pasta, light on the cheese so you can actually taste the pasta. Dessert gelato were rich and flavorful - we tried both the hazelnut & olive oil and the olive oil gelato was surprisingly creamy. Will be back again!
NYC is full of great restaurants, but I must say, this was one of the best meals we have had in awhile. We tried the 4 course option , each course was exceptional. The lobster soup had layers of flavor and the spaghetti with crab was excellent; pasta cooked perfectly with a bit of spice kick. Service was attentive and courteous. We also had a great bottle of wine and don't miss their take on tiramisu!
Came here for lunch and chose the 2-courses for $49. I had the lobster bisque and the blue crab spaghetti; my friend had the lobster bisque as well, paired with shrimp and saffron risotto. The dishes were rich and creamy, and there was a generous amounts of the ingredients in each dish.
The lobster bisque was very fragrant with the black truffle accents.
The blue crab spaghetti was creamier than I anticipated, but the taste was very good. The cream did not overpower the blue crab, which really stood out with each bite.
The tiramisu was beautiful and delicious. The only critique is that the liqueur was not evenly distributed throughout the dessert, so some bites were more alcoholic than others.
Had an enjoyable meal Saturday night, myself with the four course meal and my wife a la carte. The lobster salad and lobster soup for starters each very good, as was the spaghetti with crab, I especially liked the spicy nature of the pasta. The strip loin and cavatelli with duck confit for mains were each good, not particularly memorable. The chocolate dessert was excellent however, save room for that. Service was fine, the room a bit too corporate, all in all, the place is missing the "wow" factor one would expect from a one star Michelin restaurant. If you want a good Michael White meal, try Osteria Morini in Soho, more fun and a great menu, especially pastas, at a reasonable price.
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