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Harmonie Club is a private social club that serves exclusive members and their guests. The club was founded in 1852, making it the oldest club of its kind in New York. Dining at Harmonie Club is an elegant affair. The main dining room is outfitted with intricate woodwork, high ceilings, crystal chandeliers and floor-to-ceiling curtains. It features a grand piano and a Victorian-style sophistication.
The kitchen at Harmonie Club is headed by Executive Chef Thomas Piede. The restaurant serves a variety of innovative New American dishes. Guests can enjoy special dining events like porterhouse or lobster nights. The restaurant also offers catering menus for special events and business functions.
Fri & Sat - Bar opens at 5pm to 10pm; with the main dining room opening at 5.30pm to 10pm.
Unfortunately, overcooked shrimp, inconsiderate/loud guests beside us who were not spoken to by staff and feeling humiliated for speaking up will prevent us from returning.
If you are on an expense account and don't care about food or taste, just a convenient location in mid-town to take clients to, then this is for you. My steak was raw, and I left half of it on the plate. I ordered the foie gras appetizer, which was also raw. Felt like wandering into an episode of True Blood inadvertently.
Indifferent service;felt as if we were transients in a 3rd rate hotel.
Foods tasted excellent, ambenece was good, prices look fair, services were nice in general but maybe just forgotten, but we are the only table petit fours were not served with coffees, that was disappontment at the end.
The ambiance was understated yet elegant. The cuisine was French but with a touch Asian fusion. The service was timed impeccably. Yet still great value for the price.
Chevalier is outstanding for fine dining featuring an exceptional menu and an elegant ambiance. The wine list is also exceptional for its diversity, depth and value. We enjoyed Domaine La Barroche Signature 2012 thanks to David.
It's great and equally suitable for special as well as business occasions.
My first visit was a special occasion and this one was business.
We also had Cremant Rose and Bille Rose to begin the evening and ended with Moscato and Dow 2000.
All in all, a wonderful time for our clients.
this was our 50th wedding anniversary.We mentioned it-nothing special was done.Very disappointing--wait staff said Oh I guess I could have brought you some candles!!!Booked restaurant because concierge at St Regis where we were staying suggested it.Restaurant could not compare to hotel ambiance which I though it would.Eat in the hotel-much nicer---
This is an unfound treasure chest n NYC. The food, service, and ambience is s will become our new midtown hangout. And don't forget the bar and outdoor terrace on the second floor.
the major issue was the food. you would expect for such a venue ( and cost ) something special and very good and it wasnt. just average
Generally speaking, total excellence. The room is most unusual in its height, graciousness and elegance. The appetizers and entrées are all imaginatively and excellently prepared. Be prepared for the superb Normandie butter. The desserts look great but flavor-wise, are not quite up to snuff. The service is very attentive and the ambience, other than occasional moments of too much noise, is wonderful. One thing they must do is do away with the music. It adds nothing but more noise. All in all, Chevalier delivers on most counts. I enjoy going there a great deal and will continue to do so.
We will sorely miss this restaurant. I can't believe they want to change it. This is the last week before they are gone. Tried the prawn dish, but that didn't suit as I think it was overcooked, but the fish dish of halibut was fabulous as always. The occasion specials brings me here everytime. We had a special truffle vegetarian appetizer that was to die for. We are so spoiled here. Service is on par with the best in the city.
Awesome delicious perfect sublime
Hands down, this is the one of the top restaurants in NYC right now. The food, service and ambiance are outstanding every time I go here. Last Saturday night was the forth time in two months.
All about the atmosphere. Poor, slow service! Excellent meal, when it's finally served. Fortunately, enjoyed our company, but no one in our party is in a hurry for a return visit.
From the moment we entered this truly beautiful room, we knew we were in for a special treat. As per my request, we were seated next to, not across from each other, at a perfect table. Our waiter, David, made us feel totally at home and guided us through the interesting menu. We were never rushed and as a result were able to savor each dish. We highly recommend this restaurant for any special occasion, or if you just feel the need to pamper yourself some evening. This is a wonderful adult restaurant where diner can actually have a conversation. The sound level is perfect. We can't wait to return.
This was my second visit to this lovely French gem in midtown Manhattan.
The service was perfection! The food was delicious well presented and perfectly described by our waiter. Great consideration was given to my food allergies. I highly recommend this fabulous restaurant
Quality, good taste and impeccable manners in all respects form an apt description of Chevalier in NYC.
Greeted with charm, comfortably lodged in a tall tasteful room worthy of a modern palace, served with efficiency and subdued friendliness, food for the gods, refined and elegant presentation, notable wine drawn with knowledge from a serious list, all in a quiet atmosphere were combined to create an evening to remember. Chevalier's outstanding qualities would make a special day of any visit.
Lovely Mother's Day brunch and perfect quiet location next to the MoMA and St Thomas. Beautiful fresh flowers. Perfect service. Delicious small plates.
I was looking for a restaurant that would be able to let my mother know how much I appreciate her everyday. Chevalier was amazing, everything from the beautiful décor, warm greeting we received from everyone wishing her a "Happy Mother's Day", the exceptional customer service and attention to detail. I would love to thank everyone at Chevalier for making my mom's dining experience so special.
This was my second meal at Chevalier and, like the first one, was most enjoyable. I had a green salad with goat cheese, followed by poached lobster. Both dishes were well presented and flavorful. The staff was courteous but a little hyper, they certainly clashed with the opulent environment.
Great service, creative and delicious dishes, impressive dining experience.
Ambience, service excellent (as I would expect from the price). Food only fair - some tasted pre-cooked and re-warmed prior to serving, presentation very standard and uninteresting, generally under seasoned. At these prices I expected better
Truly exceprional. French food and service in the heart of NY. From the cocktails to the dessert, it was an outstanding meal.
Lovely and chic place to dine in. Lots of special samples from the chef and delicious entrée and Good ambience.
Chevalier, located in the Baccarat Hotel, is a fine dining restaurant experience that everyone in NY should try once. From the Baccarat drinking glasses to the beautiful utensil, the dining experience was superb. The service was attentive.
We ordered the prix fixe lunch. My friend had the tuna tartare and the ricotta gundi. I had the Dungeness crab salad and filet of cobia. The Dungeness crab salad was wrapped in thinly sliced daikon. It was delicate and delicious. The filet of cobia was undercooked though. We finished our lunch with dessert - chocolate mousse and beignets. The beignets were delicious. You can smell them !!!!!! It was warm and fruity. Highly recommend it.
Chevalier is a beautiful restaurant, located in the Baccarat Hotel. We had a delicious dinner, all enjoying our pasta appetizers. For entrée, the veal was delicious, the lamb very good. My friend had the short ribs, which she didn't care for. The chocolate dessert we shared was fabulous.
I wanted to have lunch close to the museum and this one fit the bill but way overpriced, portions small and not what I expected.
Pretty, very French and delicious food, but not my favorite compared to others in NYC. Lovely setting and flowers
A memorable evening, we were able to savour the evening in this elegant and relaxed restaurant. The food was delicious and beautifully presented; the wine was perfectly paired with our main course by the sommelier, the service outstanding.
Gastronomic delight. Best octopus ever, and we have had it all over the world. The Branzino was perfect. Wine list is overseen by a very knowledgeable and helpful sommelier. Just walking in is almost enough. Permanently on our list of favorites.
We were really excited to try this place. Unfortunately the food was not great and the service was really bad. I had the foie gras appetizer. The jelly topping was so bitter and string it overpowered the delicate foie. The short ribs are tough and I had to send mine back. They sent out another portion but it was still tough. I gave up and left starving. On the service, the waiter was not able to articulate the menu and his knowledge of the food was very limited. He didn't know the difference between foie moose, terrine and when I probed about the course he got annoyed.
This was our first visit to Chevalier but we will definitely return. The staff was wonderful, the room is beautiful and the food is terrific.
Chevalier has always been equally appreciated for its cuisine & romantic, colorful setting. Valentine's Day was a total disappointment, underwhelming in every aspect. The restaurant's main floral arrangement was orange lillies; not a Valentine feel. The tables had very small vases with a sprig of green filler and 3 insignificant red flowers; our were dead. I asked what had happened here to learn that Charles Masson & his spectacular flower arrangements has departed. Chevalier is equally parsimonious with food. The $145 tasting menu featured hamasa which was without sauce or taste or delicate bay scallops. Next, the tiny nuggets of quail breast were perfectly cooked but would have benefited from sauce. Unbelievably, the braised wagyu short rib was dry and returned for [frozen] lobster tail which was described as garnished w kumquats but actually was glazed with same/overwhelmingly orange. The raspberry vacherin was an ice ball which when you broke it revealed cream and a nugget of meringue. The amuse was half of a baby beet. The post dessert sweets were equally sparse. It is quite possible to leave still hungry.Too many hands are involved with the service which has now become unsophisticated. One serve attempted to remove my dinner plate while my spouse was still eating. At the same time, it took 4 requests to obtain ice. Some folks were nicely attired but jeans and untucked shirts also were well represented. Obviously, never again!
I would say that the food was above average, but not great for the price. Some of the seafood was cooked right (Cod) and some was a little over cooked (Branzino and scallops). The bigger issue was the uneven service. When they assumed that my wine order was for a glass and not a bottle, they should have asked my girlfriend what she wanted, but they tend not giving her the feeling that she was being ignored. Water glasses and wine glasses were not monitored and refilled and I ended up pouring the wine. This is below expectations for a restaurant at this price that appears to be striving to achieve excellence. The wine was good, but that was more or less my choice.
From the exquisite ambiance to the impeccable service to the fabulous food this is certainly a top notch eatery and should be added to anyone's list of must dining experiences in New York
We thought the decor was romantic. The staff were knowledgeable and helpful with suggestions and wine pairing. The presentation was lovely. The only flaw was the bread was so tough, it must have been microwaved.
God awful service; he served my wife and daughter; he consciously ignoring them despite their request for some service; perhaps he felt a woman would not leave s good tip
Wonderful meal, ambience and staff. We really felt special. Unlike a lot of other French restaurants. The staff was warm and inviting and really made our night special. I cannot wait to go again for my next special occasion.
NY is known as foodie heaven and this restaurant should be at the top of everyone's list. To be honest, I had never heard of it and only found it because a client and I decided to have dinner closer to Rock Center. The menu is decidedly French as is the music and ambiance. It is a very chic restaurant and given that it is attached to The Baccarat, it fits perfectly. The amuse bouche were delectable and generous and our appetizers were amazing. I had a sweetbread with polenta and a bit of cheese which no doubt took 5 years off my life, but I ate every ite. My guest had a seafood special which looked fabulous and since i wasn't offered taste, tells me he wasn't about to share. We then had the duck breast and lamb respectively and they were cooked perfectly. From a wine perspective, the somalier was very helpful and selected a beautiful Burgandy which complimented the meats and didn't cost a fortune. Neither of us wanted a full dessert so the treats at the end of the meal were perfect. All in all, a new top pick and favorite for me.
Had a wonderful time service was amazing as was the food. The sweet breads are to die for and the veal was excellent. An amazing wine list but a bit pricy. Over all had a great dinning experience.