Jean-Georges at Topping Rose House
With a formal dining room, full bar/lounge, and outdoor patio seating with communal tables for large parties, along with a fully-restored barn for private dining, we are equipped to accommodate events of all sizes, from intimate dinner parties to full-scale weddings. Come join us!
Lunch - Monday to Friday from 11:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner - Sunday to Thursday from 5:30pm to 10:00pm / Friday & Saturday from 5:30pm to 11:00pm
Brunch - Saturday & Sunday from 11:30am to 3:00pm
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With a formal dining room, full bar/lounge, and outdoor patio seating with communal tables for large parties, along with a fully-restored barn for private dining, we are equipped to accommodate events of all sizes, from intimate dinner parties to full-scale weddings. Chef Jean Georges welcomes you.View Private Dining Details
Great food and cocktails. Great service. Perfect little brunch spot.
Excellent food and service and great location in the Hamptons
Excellent service and food! Will go back.
Had a good meal but the air was turned up too high and it was freezing at our table. Asked server to turn it down but she reported “they wouldn’t “. Meals got cold straight away. Would have been nice if they had at least offered to move our table. .
The wAitress was awful! Her English was not good, she was overwhelmed. So very very disappointing.
While the food is good, service was slow at the beginning although improved somewhat as the meal progressed. Prices are high even for the Hamptons ($34 for a lobster roll ??). Not sure we'll be back.
Always a delicious dinner &!pleasant atmosphere...
It’s a beautiful space. The service was spotty at first- but after a while it improved. Food was excellent. Crowd a bit “ 1 % “ but it is Bridgehampton!
We came for a late dinner on a very quiet Monday night. We've been to a number of Jean-Georges restaurants and although they are upscale in upscale areas, the staff always makes us feel very welcome and wants us to have an enjoyable time. Not at all stuffy.
We started with the crispy salmon sushi appetizer which was very interesting. Tasty salmon over a small fried rice patty that absolutely gets aggressively lodged to your teeth! It was pretty good. Then we shared a truffle pizza that was incredible. The crust was so light, fresh, and perfectly browned. Delicious, delicate truffle taste.
Finally we shared the black sea bass which was like nothing I've ever eaten. Delicate fish with a spiced almost charred coating on one side. In the dish was some amazing sauce perfect for dipping the excellent bread served at this restaurant. Really good!
We were seated promptly. Good wine list and cocktails. Vegetarian options were available, thoughtful menu. Entrée portions were on the small size. Overall worth eating here if you are in the area. Would come back.
Outstanding in every way!! So happy we came! Can’t wait for the next visit. 😀
Lovely hosts and wait staff. Food was excellent and we love the beautiful hotel/restaurant.
We had a very good dinner at Topping Rose. We started out sharing the tuna tartare, which was delicious. I had the duck for the main course and my friend had the salmon. Both were excellent. My friend said hers was the best salmon she has ever eaten.
This was a real disappointment. The food was terrible. It is just that simple. The staff are nice, the location is good, but the food, all of ours at the table, was tasteless. The place is also not what one expects of a lovely, old inn out east. The interior is cold and awkwardly laid out. The downstairs, where both the bathrooms and the kitchen are located, is dirty and grimy. Not appealing. I have been living mostly in the Hamptons for years so I do know what one can experience out here, and this is just nothing close to quality. Jean Georges should be embarrassed to have his his name associated with this venue.
Beautiful experience! Down to the delicious food and lovely service decor.
Though the food was delicious, there was inconsistency in plates coming out of the kitchen. I ordered the lemon ricotta pancakes which came out thin and crispy, maybe a quarter of an inch for both of them. The lady next to me ordered them too and hers were very fluffy and about half an inch thick each. I would expect consistency for $18 pancakes.
Food and setting is outstanding. Service is a bit disorganized. We were there with only four other tables occupied and had to hunt down our server who forgot to bring our wine with two courses.
I loved the home made soda and adore their truffle pizza. It wasn't crowded on this before season weekday. It is one of my favorite places.
Wonderful restaurant. Delicious food! Great service!
Special Mother's Day menu did not allow brunch items past a certain deadline. Very disappointing we weren't informed beforehand, because we actually went there especially to have 1 item. Luckily, we were only 5 minutes past the deadline so the chef obliged us. We were so happy! The food was great.
Food came out a long time after two other tables that got there after us were already halfway into their meals. Order of toast and bacon never arrived. Poached eggs were hard boiled. Service was disappointing to say the least. Only after we asked for our whole wheat toast were we told that they ran out. We were there for breakfast, on Mother's day. What restaurant at this level runs out of whole wheat toast on a Sunday morning?
Spoke to manager and all he could say was that yes, they ran out of toast. They did get us another order of poached eggs but that was after everyone at the table had already completed their meals. Sorry Jean-Georges but this place should not have your name on it.
A very abbreviated menu. Need more choices. Overpriced.
Everything was perfect as always
Small portions. Mediocre food.
Fine dining at its finest - from the ambiance to the food, to the wine, to the attentiveness of our server. Thank you, Topping Rose House! You made our celebratory occasion so memorable!
Went for Restaurant Week. There was plenty of selections. Food and service amazing
We booked a table for Restaurant Week at Jean-Georges at Topping House at 3:00 pm on Saturday and were looking forward to a special celebration. When we arrived at the restaurant, the waitress told us that Restaurant Week was valid before 7:00 pm but after 5:00 pm. The Restaurant Week website specifies before 7:00 pm on Saturday. The same appetizer on the Restaurant Week menu was $19 at lunch. We left and had a delicious lunch at Bobby Van’s.
Our waiter Fede was very friendly and kind, food was delicious!!!
As always , food was superb, staff friendly & professional... love this restaurant...
We thoroughly enjoyed the evening out.
we thoroughly enjoyed the restaurant week menu..my husband had the roasted lobster and i had the strip steak, both with supplements, but well worth it
Took my sister, my boyfriend, and a close friend out to dinner here. It was restaurant week so the portions were smaller which is understandable. The food was okay. Nothing really wowed us except the habanero sauce for the steak that the guys really enjoyed. The chocolate cake was the best part of the meal. Very pretty restaurant! Probably would go back for drinks at the bar.
Had a lovely experience at Topping Rose with my parents. Very cozy, nice environment, attentive server, and the food was delicious. We thoroughly enjoyed everything we ordered, it was all interesting, incredibly fresh, seasonal and left us wanting more! Would absolutely recommend and plan to go back soon.
Excellent way to try a top restaurant - Long Island Restaurant Week. Great all around!
We ate breakfast at Jean-George's newest restuarant and were very disappointed. The restuarant was gorgeous but the food wasn't good. I had to send my eggs back because I ordered over easy and they came out over hard. My wife's omelette wasn't a true Frecnh omelette either. They may have only recently opened so it may not be fair to judge them so quickly.
It was Restaurant Week so the price was a treat but, whatever, the food was spectacularly delicious.
Long Island restaurant week at Topping Rose is an awesome bargain -- $28.95 for a 3-course meal at such a fine and usually expensive restaurant is a steal. Service and ambiance were wonderful.
The food was lovely and very nicely prepared and displayed -- it would have been nicer if there was a bit more of it. Portion sizes were minuscule. Risotto was exactly 4 forkfuls and my steak was three 2-inch slices served with one half of a white asparagus spear cut length-wise (where did the other half go????). Dessert was the most plentiful course and the warm chocolate cake and the salt caramel sundae did not disappoint.
One problem -- the duck carbonara -- an excellent dish -- had a sharp, unexpected bone that very painfully stabbed my gum and left a piece of bone between my tooth and gum. A very bad experience and one I would not expect from such a fine restaurant.
With slightly larger portions and without the bone incident I would have labeled the food/restaurant "Outstanding".
Jean George at Topping Rose was good. The food is not Jean George caliber like his other restaurants in the city. It was well executed but lack flavor. We dine at a lot of fine restaurants and can definitely taste a difference. The ambiance is very nice , quaint like the Hamptons. We came on time and was seated on time with no wait which is a big plus! Décor was elegant, service was excellent. Wine list was good if you plan on ordering the bottle. Few selection when it comes to wine by the glass. We would return when we are in the Hamptons.
Food was amazing. Staff very friendly. Loved it.