Benoit New York offers guests an authentic and charming experience and a menu of French bistro classics and contemporary twists by Alain Ducasse. Located on the second floor, Les Salons and L'Officine welcomes guests for various types of events.View Private Dining Details
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Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Tous Excellent-menu, service, ambience! Will return and TRES. highly recommend!
Our drinks never came so we had to flag someone down. Then they finally came when the dinner was delivered. So much for a cocktail before dinner. Waitress said no one was helping her so it wasn't her fault. Chicken was dry. French fries cool and not crispy. Bummer all around. Won't be back.
Excellent place for everything -- great food, service, and ambiance. All my friends enjoyed our monthly get together. Every request we made was well accommodated and delivered.
Not convinced it's worth the expense
Yes, it's beautiful, quiet, and the food is scrumptious - but my duck a l'orange consisted of one long slice of duck breast. One slice, approximately 6 or 7 inches long, an inch tall, and 1/4 inch wide. This is a tiny portion, in my opinion. The duck came with some highly forgettable leeks/parsnip circles. There went $36. I wouldn't call that a "breast of duck." I'd say it was a nice sample of a breast of duck. In contrast, my husband's onion soup was incredibly large and filling. One could have fed four with all the melted cheese. He also enjoyed a huge portion of steak tartare, coarse ground, very tasty.
This was my third visit after the change.
First time steak tartar was to chewy. Uneatable.
Second time was New Year's Eve. Fabulous food.
Third visit, the main ingredient in onion soup was salt. And cassoulet pot was left on the stove unattended for too long before it was served. It had hardly and liquid.
All it all the service has improved but the food is too inconsistent to go there on a regular basis. You'll be taking a chance. The only thing that's consistent is the fabulous price.
Alain, I don't think I'll see you again mon ami.
Very poor quality food--oysters were small and tasteless, sweetbreads and duck entrees
were boring and flat. Onion soup and millefeuille dessert were flavorless. Extremely disappointing dinner for a huge amount of money. We told the manager our thoughts and
he reduced the amount of the bill, but we still ended up paying over $200 a couple for an
I used to come here a decade ago. It’s about the same which is a good thing. What’s to be expected of a Alain Ducasse Restaurant. Standouts are: onion soup, pate, and especially the Tarte Tatin.
It’s a pleasant shift from the noise of the City. The food is excellent and the setting is classy.
The atmosphere was great and the food the good. However the service was really great.
The food was excellent and the servers were much more attentive than in a typical European restaurant. Some of the flavor combinations were unexpected but tasty! We also dined in the bar area on another occasion for a quick bite of dessert and were quite pleased.