Delicious food well made. Attentive service. Good wine list. All round enjoyable experience.
Everything about this restaurant is excellent: Tremendous food, impeccable, unrushed service, great location and natural light. I think it’s one of the best restaurants in the city right now.
One of the most palette surprising menus around. Seamless unobtrusive service. Great people watching, too.
My girlfriend and I went to Untitled last Sunday just before we visited the Whitney. It was a great choice! Our bloody Marys were prepared to a T. The shared starter of pimento cheese and crackers was tasty and large enough that we were glad we didn't each order an appetizer, Her French toast with almonds was delicious and sweet enough that no syrup was needed. My crepes with scrambled eggs and mushrooms was outstanding. (I particularly appreciated that, when I requested that the eggs be dry rather than soft, the waiter heard me and the eggs were perfect.) The waiter was attentive without being "in your face." He was also pleasant to chat with. The noise level at 11:30 AM was low. We would definitely go back.
Fantastic food and service in an amazing location.
The service from beginning to end was on point. Went for my girlfriends birthday. She I a very big foodie (almost snob-ish in a loving way) she was thrown because the place looked so casual. But from the very first sip of my drink (currant-tyme) to the check we were both very impressed with the placed. She loved to fact the kitchen was there in the open. The staff was so fluid and professional. This place made me the kings of dates (her words). Can’t wait to go back. Money well spent for service well delivered.
Untitled is ideal for those going to the Whitney but also . The great for folks in the neighborhood. It has an excellent menu and the small plate feature on the menu makes a lunch a specially satisfying experience.
I visited Untitled after being in the Whitney's Museum. I was too early but the staff made no problem at all. The food is excellent (I had the lamb meatballs and delicious shrimps) and the waiters very friendly and helpfull. During my five-days visit to New York this was my favourite restaurant.
I'll be back one day!.
Richard Sperling (The Netherlands)
I already raved about this place before. Dinner not brunch. The fish lettuce wraps, beets, fried chicken, custard slice. Done!
Awesome food. Awesome service. Will definitely return.
Cheap price & valid dish~! Thank you for nice lunch.
As always, Untitled does not disappoint. With thoughtful new menu additions every few weeks, white glove yet casual service, and versatility that other "fancier" joints do not possess, the atmosphere allows a diner to enjoy each memorable bite whether in a t-shirt of evening clothes.
Creative and wonderful food, large tables in a bright, airy - but not deafeningly noisy space. The service is quietly devoted.
Always first rate!!
Susanne step it up a notch and blew us away again with her culinary skills. Her beat salad and chicken two ways were spectacular. After all these years this restaurant still takes pride in delivering highly crafted dishes worthy of our respect. Cheers!
We had a lovely light lunch - was very nice
Wonderful food and service - thank you!
Impeccable presentation and execution of food...which always is simple but stunningly good. Almost cafeteria ambiance is accompanied by exceptionally professional and attentive service while also being very relaxed and casual...one of my favorite spots in NYC.
Very good food, a little pricey but worth it all told. We had to practically set off a fire alarm to get the pre-dinner bread brought to our table. Finally someone explained they were baking more, they’d run out. This at prime time (8.30pm) on a member’s night?? But all in all very nice, will go back.
Sunny, cold, early April Sunday. Lovely open views to the Highline.
As has been our previous experiences at Untitled, the menu selections are creatively presented and delicious. Unexpected flavors, textures and color! Vegetables are extraordinary.
A uniquely artistic artisanal taste experience, suitably sited at the Whitney Museum.
I was a bit disappointed with tour lunch. The food was good, no question. But, the environment was pretty average. I expected more based on reviews I read.
Asked for a round table and they gave us one. Good place to take out of towners.
We were very impressed on this, our first visit. The food was fresh and delicious - the crispy fish in lettuce leaves was excellent and the roast and fried chicken was the most flavourful chicken that I have eaten for a long time - all prepared so calmly in the open kitchen in front of us. The service here has got the balance just right - friendly but not intrusive; low key and yet very knowledgeable.
We will definitely return on our next visit.
We had an excellent anniversary meal at Untitled. The food and service were outstanding. We were seated a nice table in a quiet section of the restaurant. It was exactly what we wanted.
Very good for a nice, casual meal.
This was a TERRIBLE experience. The menu was VERY LIMITED with few choices that I wanted to order. I chose the kale and apple salad which was mostly kale with very little apple, did not eat much of it. My wife had to send her crepe with scrambled egg back because the eggs were undercooked and runny. It took FOREVER to get a latte and cappuccino. Would not recommend it to anyone, and we will never eat there again. Menu needs to add traditional brunch items such as omelettes, corned beef hash, etc.
Everything was superb. Beet app, shrimp app, char entree, chicken entree. Fantastic chef and team. Can’t wait to return :)
Excellent food, professional staff, and comfortable restaurant in the Meatpacking District.
Exceptional food and service.
Great food, knowledgeable service by Joe, lots of attention to veggies
Forks down, the best restaurant in Manhattan, assuming your taste is for lighter, locavore fare. Apart from being able to hear yourself think, everything is executed with just the right measure of creativity vs restraint, down to the delicious bread and butter. i.e. the ingredients are minimally messed with (without being “raw”) so the ingredients shine through. If you Google exec chef Suzanne Cupps you’ll read about her atypical chef persona that blends amazing talent with humility. It makes a difference - no aftertaste of screaming or cussing (yes, that comes out in the food!). The fried fish untacos are phenomenal (though a little lighter/less tartare sauce would have made them sublime). The grilled shrimp are perfectly paired with crunchy croutons, great contrast. The country rib was a little surprising - don’t order it expecting a hunk of brisket - it’s basically a boneless pork chop. The pork sausage & mushroom pasta was great in size S, as it swims deliciously in ample oil and butter (if you’re not counting calories). Finally, the vanilla custard is culinary crack, reminiscent of an elevated Napoleon sans the pastry layers, offset by a sour cherry jam. The coconut rice pudding with cara cara orange segments is also light and delicious (though a creamier consistency would leave a more “indulgent” mouth memory).
I brunched here only once, and was underwhelmed - I’m too leery to try it again, so can only confidently recommend dinner. Untitled is worth skipping a bunch of mediocre restaurant meals and indulging in at least once or twice a month. If they ever offer a subscription membership for locals like a local theater, my pals and I will be first to sign up!
(This website asks us to upload photos. But it rejects ones that are “too big,” which is how they come off an iphone. Please ask your web team to automatically resize them if you’re serious about people uploading - no one is going to go home and open up a laptop to resize - we are too busy eating!).
Comfortable place to lunch while visiting Whitney and cheese galleries.
I love this place! The place to go whether you spend time at the Whitney or not. We were going to a play on Bleecker street..
The cocktails the food the atmosphere is so great! We had a the cheese plate and beet plate with vespers, The vespers were good but a little thin. We like bourbon drinks. Still an awesome meal and visit before a play in the village!
Great meal — vegan options of listed entrees was provided.
Server was thoughtful and well informed
Service was prompt
Food was as good as I had expected.
The food was exceptional. I had the Arctic Char, which was one of the most flavorful I ever tasted; it was also perfectly cooked and melted in your mouth as if butter.
I also ordered the grilled carrots, which were again perfectly cooked and came with an inventive citrus relish. Best of all, there was a dollop of whipped Mozzarella on the side with a dash of herbs, a perfect complement to the sweetness of the carrots.
Very good food, especially for foodies. Small plate and snacks as well as full meals. Friendly service. Noisy with unimpressive ambience. Definitely recommend when you're visiting the Whitney.
despite its unassuming appearance, a wonderful meal, welcoming staff and OMG the bread. Top-flight all the way. And reasonably priced.
It looks like a cafeteria but is anything but that. The food is truly incredible and flawlessly prepared. The service is attentive and personable, never pushy or hovering; the staff seem to enjoy their work, and betray that they too have eaten at a restaurant in how they realize how you want to be treated. Smiles everywhere, a happy place.
Very disappointed ! I have enjoyed several wonderful lunches at this Danny Meyer restaurant
but this was the first dinner date. The menu was the same as the lunch menu. The food was only
OK. And although the servers were experienced and helpful the food took very very long to arrive although the restaurant was barely 1/4 full.
Got a kinda crappy table in the entrance. Lots of people standing by our table waiting. Try to get seated in the main dining area. Food was beautiful and tasty.