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Gracious service and elegant cuisine dominates at this highly acclaimed "Jewel Box" of a restaurant. Whether for pre- or post-theater, lunch, or an intimate dinner, Triomphe is sure to strike just the right note. For seasonal French-American cuisine with an international flair, Triomphe triumphs.
New York, NY 10036
French American, Contemporary French, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 10:30am; Saturday - Sunday 7:00am - 12:00pm. Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm. Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Between 5th and 6th Avenues.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
For intimate private dining, NYC's Triomphe at the Iroquois New York offers an elegant space to celebrate your most exciting events. Whether you are planning a corporate meeting or a private celebration, Triomphe's refined, yet comfortable atmosphere and delectable French menu are certain to impress. Home to the city's best private dining rooms, NYC's Triomphe can accommodate up to 25 guests for a cocktail party or 20 diners for a sit-down affair. NYC's finest private dining room located in the heart of Midtown.
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Triomphe Ratings and Reviews
Great value for excellent food. My only disappointment was that I thought I was going to a classic NYC French restaurant. Instead of a hostess with a French accent, I quickly realized we were in a restaurant attached to a hotel. Notwithstanding, the food was terrific and reasonably priced.
The three of us each got the power lunch (3 courses in 60 minutes). What they fail to advertise is that even when they only have two other occupied tables, it'll take 30 minutes for them to get your order. But 3 courses in 90 minutes isn't much of a selling point.
On two separate occasions, the staff brought the wrong dish to our table. Their mistakes led to the power lunch taking over 60 minutes *even if* We didn't count the first 30 minutes.
Perhaps I'd be more content if the food was better. A disappointment on many levels.
Triomphe is an authentic French dining experience and it's absolutely fabulous! I say EXPERIENCE because it is something to enjoy and savor. Every bite was delicous! It's classic and very special, portions are moderate to large actually and our table of 5 took our time to enjoy a variety of items and delicious wines over 2 hours of PURE YUM! Although they have a lovely tasting menu at a very reasonable price we chose to order a la carte and share quite a few starters. Ingredients are all so fresh, and of great quality. Salads are accented with homemade dressings and many special touches ... figs, pears, chevre, pomegranate and a delightful citrus undertone for perfect balance to the palate. The oysters are pristine and prepared with hors radish and a hint of garlic - the freshest I've ever had! Sides of potatoes and green beans are plentiful to share but the highlight of the meal was the Beef Wellington - perfectly prepared, decadent and it melted in your mouth. Again, the best I have ever had - this is definitely the place to enjoy such a special dish - it's fresh, firm but tender and the pastry shell was crisp, light and flakey accented with the most flavorful fois grois. All of the tastes combined well yet kep their succinct and unique flavors in every bite. We finished off with espresso and baked alaska, again, the best ever and plentiful to share. It was magnificent and a good choice for a birthday celebration because it lights up the table! We dined at 745pm on a Saturday night and learned that they have a big rush for pre-theatre dining so it was quiet, intimate and slow paced at that time so I highly recommend a later dinner so you can enjoy conversation and the beauty of the room - ambience is lovely, decorated to perfection, as well, and they also have a cute and cozy bar and lounge area! The service is very good and we were attended by 4-5 staff and they all had a special role for the table - I highly recommend Triomphe!
We dine at Triomphe often (we stay in the attached Iroquois Hotel) often and it is always a very pleasant experience. The atmosphere is quiet, perfect for conversation, the menu is very good, and innovative, the food is excellent and well prepared and the staff is super! One evening when they were short staffed our waiter took care of a couple of tables, and served people at the bar, was friendly and polite, not stressed, he was fantastic. This was an extreme case, but the staff is always polite and kind. Highly recomended!
We had a wonderful pre theater meal. My wife had the lobster in a flaky pastry and I had the wellington. Both expertly prepared. We enjoyed our meal so much that we returned after the show for desert and coffee. The staff was very professional and friendly and we will be returning the next time we are in the city.
We ate here before the theatre. There was only one waitress for the entire place so service was slow. When you need to ask for another glass of wine you know there is a problem. We ordered the Flambeed Baked Alaska for dessert, while the dessert was delicious the presentation was a bit of a let down. We ordered it as we saw the presentation at the table behind us (dessert lit on fire!). Ours didn't come that way. The Baked Alaska was just left on the table. When I asked the server if it was "missing something" he said, "Oh!" and left for several minutes before he came back with the "flame" part of the dessert, by then the moment had passed. The food was excellent, I just wished the service had matched it. I'd eat here again to give them another chance.
We've enjoyed many good meals at Triomphe but our dinner Thursday was a disappointment. As soon as other guests left for the theater, the room, though small, was practically empty without the festive vibe of other diners enjoying their meals and each other. Our waiter has been warm and gracious in the past, but he seemed particularly stressed on this night and his mood impinged on our pleasure. The food was very good but not spectacular enough to make up for the other deficits.
The food was great. We had the escargot, green salad, trout ( dad wasn't too happy about the string beans being to firm and the ends not cut), braised short ribs ( soft and tasty), WHILE CHOCOLATE PROFITEROLE, and FLAMBÉED BAKED ALASKA. I was so full I wanted to take my profiterole home but the waiter was saying the desserts would melt and wouldn't let me take it. Very weird because the profiterole was breaded with creme inside so I didn't understand his problem. The indian looking waiter who delivers the meals is a bit weird. He takes your plate very fast even when your not done. Didn't like that very much. Felt like they wanted us to leave.
We needed to find a restaurant near the theater district that was also offering a restaurant week menu. We were extremely happy with Triomphe. It is a intimate restaurant that does not have room for a really large group. We were a table of 4 and were very happy with service, food, wine list and nice additional treats from the chef. We will return even if it's not restaurant week!
service was sub par, all of the wine glasses were dirty, my hot water mug was dirty, had to get changed wine glasses more than once. waiter cleared a wine glass from our table before we had even finished our bottle, bottle wasnt left with us, wine was not poured properly.
20% included tip because of RW - wouldnt have given such a high tip if i had a choice. won't be recommending this place to anyone.
Don't waste your time here. This is not authentic French cuisine and the waiters are not knowledgeable about he menu.
I ordered the Beef Tenderloin Wellington. It seemed as if the beef was not cooked inside the pastry but rather that the pastry was put on top. Lacked finesse and favour.
My partner's lamb was unseasoned and sloppily plated.
The decor is poor. Hostess was cold.
A complete disaster of a restaurant.
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