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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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.613.8660.
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Ai Fiori Ratings and Reviews
As a fan of Marea, I decided to take my boyfriend to Ai Fiori for his birthday. The food was spectacular. However, the service was not up to par. As I only eat fish, I asked the waiter if the dishes I ordered were meat free and after looking at the list of items I ordered he assured me that they were. Lo and behold, my entrée arrived with pancetta, which was listed with a name I didn't recognize on the menu. I was disappointed to not be able to eat the full dish and was upset that the waiter had not informed me that this dish had pork in it. I voiced my complaint to our server and he gave a half hearted apology, without offering to amend the mistake in any way. However, I was glad that my boyfriend loved all of the dishes he ordered and had a wonderful time.
Our reservation was at 7 pm, but our food did not arrive until almost 9 pm. The food was disappointing. There was a table with a crying baby near us. The women’s restroom was a disaster zone, and we found a living spider in one of our dishes. Service was slow. We had to ask three times for everything.
We were not charged for the dinner, which was supposed to be a 65th Birthday celebration.
I was expecting one thing a experienced another. It was good but not great and that's the easiest way to explain it. It was elegant and a lovely room but it's a hotel restaurant to me as well as a tourist location. I would just as soon go to Lupa and feel the Italian spirit more closely.
My husband and I experienced our first Michelin star restaurant for our anniversary in NYC, and it was absolutely worth every minute and every dollar. The wine list was excellent; I'm sure you can not make a bad choice. The chef prepared a warm welcome and an outstanding meal. Service was unprecedented. We felt like every need was anticipated and met promptly. Thank you for an unforgettable experience.
It's been awhile since the last time I was impressed with the quality and taste of the food a restaurant serves. We were all impressed with what we ordered. The food is excellent and the staff is very attentive and friendly. This is not hype. It's really good for a change. Highly recommended.
This was not our first meal at Ai Fiori, but is will absolutely be our last.
We've eaten at fine restaurants around the globe, San Francisco, Rome, London, Hong Kong,
Bangkok, and have not had an experience like this before. Our waitress couldn't be bothered to attend to our needs.My wife's meal was served at the incorrect temperature, which can happen even at a Michelin star restaurant. But when we asked , after 15 minutes if her meal was ready, she turned her back and went to attend to another table. The other's of us at the table were incredulous that she had no interest in exploring why her meal hadn't;\'t been returned. The local supervisor answered a request of mine with the response"this is a business you know". This was just a despicable level of service from a restaurant of this price.
I guess I understood why there were a number of empty tables at 7:45 PM on Saturday night.
It was interesting, that the bus boy attending to our table tried to apologize when he saw the treatment we received.
I'd make another choice if you were considering a special occasion meal at Ai Fiori.
There are many fine restaurants in New York City. There's no excuse for the kind of service we received.
What a disappointment...
Was expecting so much more from Michael White, who is an amazing chef, Marea is one of our favorites so thought we’d try Ai Fiori. We went for the white truffles and was shocked to find our pasta stuck (actually cooked) together, major screw up from this level of restaurant. We all left very disappointed and won’t ever be going back. Seems like their many focus are the hotel guests from other countries who have little culinary knowledge.
The food was good here. However the service was bad, really bad. It's an upscale restaurant and not too busy when I went. I was on my way out of the restaurant and fell while walking. I hit my knee and was bending down for at least one minute. Waiters walk by me multiple times and no one stoped to ask me if I was ok. Like seriously?
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.
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