Jean–Georges' flagship offers the best in fine dining. Awarded 4 stars by The New York Times and 3 Michelin stars, it features an exquisitely crafted menu blending French, American and Asian influences; the impeccable service, and views of Central Park make for an unforgettable dining experience.View Private Dining Details
The food was amazing.
Great service. Great ambience. The food are really not Michelin 2 stars. Either too tarty, too bland, or too heavy. The ingredients are really not that good as Michelin always bring out the freshness and real flavor of the ingredients. I really expected more. Jean George really disappointed. I had a much better experience at Perse where the food reflects it’s 3 Michelin Star and price.
The food was kinda too salty. But the service was very good.
One of my favorites; always enjoy going back!!
My 2nd time here.. everything was amazing <3 every bite was like heaven.
The service was flawless and the food was excellent.
Well, I was expecting the service to be more attentive, our plates were empty for long periods of time, also our tables were empty for long periods of time. The food was good, my salad was a bit salty. The most memorable bit was dessert which was amazing, followed by organic chocolate.
It is the great dinner for the date day.
A male server who came out with the amuse bouche was extremely rude and gave a very obnoxious expression. He made me feel that he’s throwing out the dish to the dog. It made my meal a very terrible experience. He’s clearly not cut out to be working in the service industry. I have never ever seen anyone like this working in a well rated restaurant. I wouldn’t eat here if I see him again.
I had dinner at jean georges at 2014 and I loved it! Then I came back to Nyc and first expectation was have the same experience there. What a disappointment. The food was terrible. Worst lobster i ever had! And the dessert, realy bed! Not planning fo back ever again!