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Sun 11:00AM - 2:00PM 2:15PM - 11:45PM
Mon - Fri 3:00PM - 3:45PM 4:00PM - 6:00PM 9:00PM - 11:45PM
Sat 11:00AM - 2:00PM 2:15PM - 6:00PM 8:00PM - 11:45PM
Food was delicious (especially the roasted butternut squash soup and branzino) but portions were small for the price. Wait staff and hostess service were very pleasant and attentive but kitchen seemed slow given how uncrowded the restaurant was.
It was our wedding anniversary and I emailed them to ask if we can have something speciale etc..
once we got there, it’s was great hall to dine, but service really bad, on the phone they told me you have complimentary champagne but they made us pay everything, nothing was complimentary with $125 x person,
I saw they menù that they sent me by email, but they never have us champagne sorbet, I also asked them I think you guys forgot to serve us champagne sorbet.. and they said oh I’m really sorry we gonna bring you now but they never gave us and they just bring us final check..
really bad experience for the price we paid! We paid more then $400 it’s really disappointing service from them! No one on the door for welcome to our Resturant, or any kind of service! Really bad
Will never suggest to anyone to go there!
great food- wonderful atmosphere- restaurant week menu excellent. will be back.
Service is kind and attentive but very slow. Food was very good!
The food and waiter service were very good. However there was a long wait between the time we finished the entree and being served dessert. No one was at the host station at the entrance so we were not greeted, offered the chance to check our coats or readily shown to our table. We had to fend for ourselves and find someone to help us.
Love doing these opinions but it is too long -
Decent food; quite poor service; very noisy.
Wonderful food and great ambiance. Staff was kind and attentive.
We loved the food and atmosphere. Quite restaurant .. we could enjoy our talk.
Great meal. This was my second visit and the food was as good as last time. Its a nice place. Would definitely go again.
Great place for brunch with family. Best Bloody Mary I’ve had in nyc!
The service was the worst we have had in a long time. We waited 5+ minutes at the hostess stand to have our coats checked and to be seated. It took 20+ to get water on the table and we hadn’t seen menus by 30-40 minutes of sitting down. Multiple drinks were ordered and then never delivered until asking multiple times. The pasta was lukewarm. We had to continually ask for our waters to be refilled. The waiters kept interrupting each other and then they both would wander off. We waited another 10+ waiting to get our coats to leave.
For such a lovely fancy hotel, the food was just ok. The server didn’t pay enough mind, served red wine in white wine glasses, didn’t pick up plates for long, and even fussed about the bill and literally counted the cash spread out on the table.
At 10:30 on a Friday, they started cleaning up around us and making big noises, turned the lights up, got our coats and put them on the table next to us.
For the money, glad we came for restaurant week else def not worth the money- so many amazing places in the city!
Thank god we ordered good wine which also we selected ourselves with no help offered.
They better improve their act!!
We had noon reservation was the 2nd party to arrive. My kale Caesar salad was crisp and fresh, salmon skin was the texture of chips and meat was juicy and tender, flan was delicious, with a slice of sundried orange to go with orange flavored ice cream. I had time for coffee and it was served very hot, with coffee served in a silver pot for refill. Even milk was served warm. My partner had earl grey, which was served in a glass pot, with tea leaves inside a stainless steel catcher to allow tea leaves to simmer. Attention to details was throrough and was very much appreciated. We had a great time. I recommend it.
The service was a bit spotty, but the food was outstanding
I liked the place and ambience but not as much as the food. Especially my dessert Apple Tarte which was tough to cut and chewy to eat. The lobster salad and salmon are not as tasty as i expected. But Staff were friendly and provided good service.
Very pleasant dining environment - the lobby is fabulous and the dining room is comfy and clean. The food was awesome! We went during restaurant week and tried two course - the winter citrus salad included fresh oranges and feta cheese; the main course roasted salmon was juicy and flavorful; the cauliflower puree and lentils that went along with the salmon were perfectly done! The staff was enthusiastic and professional as well!
Great menu for restaurant week, service was ok. Felt like we kept having to ask to refill our drinks.
Restaurant week service was slow and portions were a little smaller.
I have a three courses lunch on January 25, 2019, gorgeous environment, the food quality beats my expectation, especially the desert Meyer Lemon Flan and the appertizer wild mushroom bisque. The server is very friendly, I couldn't see the menu clearly, the server helps me out by bringing a pair of glasses. Love this place.
Visit during restaurant week. Ordered branzino and beef short ribs. Both were very good. Julio the waiter was very good and entertaining.
Great food and service
First time there and impressed more than I could have imagined. The Maitre D was so welcoming and our server Julio was outstanding... quite effervescent and charming! The entire experience was one to remember. Four of us went for Restaurant Week and they couldn't have been more gracious. Their RW menu offered a wonderful selection and was a terrific value. Loved the French Onion Soup, Short Ribs and Apple Tart Tartin. We all will look forward to going back again to enjoy their full menu! Oh - and the elegant hotel lobby and room for high tea make for a grand entrance as well :)
The food was delicious and the staff was very knowledgeable...especially about the wine.
Kitchen is quite good but service does not do it justice. Far too few servers and waiters and a non existent host. The staff needs more training. We were never offered regular menu during restaurant weeks. Ordered wine before seeing that there were specials on restaurant week menu. Waiter needed to return twice to confirm cocktail order.
An elegant dining experience. Food and service were excellent. My wife and I had a chance to enjoy each others' company without being rushed. My wife chose the fish from the Restaurant Week menu, I chose the lamb chops. There was a $12 up-charge for the chops but it was worth every penny. Perfectly prepared medium rare with a sauce that was a perfect match. For the appetizer I had the best onion soup ever. My wife had the squash soup (I didn't care for it) but she raved about it. We both had the apple tart. My wife thought the bottom crust was hard to cut - I loved it. Looking forward to our next visit.
The restaurant was nearly empty but we were seated in Siberia. Don’t know why?
Was ok. Shows its age.
Ok but simple food presentet in a posh way. As a chef myselfe i can say this will not hold a high standard anywhere else in the world. Priced as a michelin restaurant but nowhere near such food and service. Just another overpriced New York restaurant. The wines presentet was average, but then again priced as they where made of gold. This was a dinner on New Years eve, so they had all chances to show what they could do. If this was at their best, the effort was poorly and lame.
A wonderful experience for our 11th anniversary. I've already recommended it to two friends.
Memorable food and attentive service.
First real restaurant in NYC, it was for Christmas Eve and it was really great. A server wasn't really nice until somebody (Perrine herself ?) told him something, then he was more sympathetic. I would recommend this restaurant without hesitation and would come again as well ! Greatings from Belgium !
With the exception of a burger from the King Cole Bar at the St Regis, I avoid hotel restaurants while in NYC because of the many iconic institutions to choose from. Based solely on the excellent recommendation of the hotel Concierge, I cancelled our reservation at Tavern on the Green to give this place a try. Perrine with its excellent menu of French and American cuisine is located in the beautiful Pierre Hotel and is an absolute must try. The service is excellent, the food is absolutely exceptional and the quiet quaint atmosphere is a breath of fresh air compared to most NYC restaurants. Definitely give it a try.
It was not their best night. We waited and waited for our meal to arrive. Then waited and waited for dessert.
Sublime. Service and atmosphere is NY classic , refined dining in a beautiful setting.
Overall -- rather disappointing.
Ambience - comfortable, reserved.
Service - seated promptly at desired table, wait staff was friendly (but not terribly efficient).
Food - onion soup was excellent
Bread was delivered wrapped in linen napkin -- but was cold.
Lobster salad -- reasonable portion of lobster but salad elements were relatively sparse.
Dessert -- I usually love desserts but the Banana Caramel pie was dreadful. Crust was rock-hard and the banana-caramel-cream mixture had a slight acidic taste. Such a disappointment.
The the service and the food are top notch. I would come back to this restaurant again and again for many meals.
The restaurant is quiet! Service very good. Food was excellent. Drinks made just the way we like them! Wonderful experience!
The halibut was outstanding! Great spot!
For such a fine restaurant, the service was not good. We were kept waiting for our table, even with a reservation. They didn’t seem prepared to have our table at all. We finally got seated, and had to “flag someone down” each and every time we wanted something ( not our style to do this but literally no one was coming over)! A drink order, some water, menus, ordering, water refill...all had to be initiated by us. The food was very good but I did not feel taken care of as a customer.