Completely different experience from our first time there-service was bad and good mediocre. For an expensive restaurant that demands a credit card for reservation, sorely disappointed. Would be glad to speak to their manager about our lackluster $500 plus dinner.
This is our favorite restaurant in the city right now. The chef is very creative and takes local ingredients and combines them in unexpected ways to make something delicious. The tables are set a nice amount of space apart so one can have a very intimate and private dinner.
Superbly prepared tasting menu ($70) with great fresh ingredients and perfect wine pairings. The oysters with champagne mignonette were a must have to start.
We are never disappointed and always pleasantly surprised by the exciting new creations at Nico. We look forward to adventure at their new location.
Great as always. Innovative cuisine, superb wine list and outstanding service
I can definitely see why this restaurant earned a Michelin star. I thought the food was divine and that this kitchen was truly creative, inventive, imaginative, and concientious. The service and the presentation were perfect but most importantly I experienced the pleasure of a novel and delicious tasting experience. I'm always on the lookout for new taste sensations.
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Fantastic presentation of amazing creative food pairing. Courses never repeat from visit to visit. Each course is a new taste sensation. Courses paired beautifully with unique wine selections. Attentive service. Sorry to see Nico leave Sacramento Street , but we look forward to Jackson Square.
Solid food and fantastic service.
I think the servers were great, the ambiance was nice, but neither my husband nor I liked the food all that much. There were no "Wow" moments when i would first taste the food, and the different dishes just didn't work for us. I was expecting a little more French influence to come through. That's not to say that it wouldn't be great for someone else with different tastes.