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About Rotisserie Georgette
The dining room combines casual comfort and sophistication with touches that are both rough-hewn and refined. But the main attraction is the partly open kitchen’s rôtisserie ovens and their fine meats, poultry and fish turning over open flames. Abundant fresh vegetables, decadent potato dishes, heart-warming desserts, tempting cocktails & bites at the bar complete the picture. At lunch, we add generous main course salads and tempting pot pies. The soul-satisfying French-American comfort fare is prepared by Chef Francisco Blanco and Pastry Chef Jennifer Tafuri, complemented by the warm welcome of your host, Georgette Farkas. The “ROTISSERIE TABLE” private room seats ten.
New York, NY 10022
French American, French
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday 12 noon - 3pm; 5pm - Midnight
Saturday 5pm to - Midnight
Sunday 12 noon to Midnight
Monday to Friday 12 noon - 2:30pm
Sunday 12 noon to 3pm (except Memorial Day to Labor Day)
(Currently closed for lunch on Saturdays)
Monday 5:45 - 10pm
Tuesday to Saturday 5:45 - 11pm
Sunday 5:00 to 10pm (except Memorial Day to Labor Day)
Christmas Dec 25
New Year's Day Jan 1
Memorial Day Weekend
Independence Day Weekend
Labor Day Weekend
Madison / 5th Avenues
$30 and under
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"Rotisserie Sliders" for home and office entertaining. Savor our roast chicken or roast lamb or roast vegetables, deliciously seasoned on miniature brioche buns. $36/dozen. Minimum 3 dozen. TO ORDER: firstname.lastname@example.org
Imperial Parking Garage, 2 East 60th Street, between Madison & 5th Ave, just steps from our door. TEL 855 472 7569.
N/Q/R at 60th Street & 5th Avenue
4/5/6 at 59th Street & Lexington Ave
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Rotisserie Table: Intimate private room with a privileged view of our kitchen and rotisserie ovens. Enjoy the entertaining spectacle comfortably ensconced in a private air conditioned room all your own. The look and feel is old world kitchen and new world comfort. Private Room Food & Beverage Minimum: $800 at lunch; $1200 at dinner. Pre-set menus served family style offer plenty of selection. Vegetarian & fish dishes always available. Choose your menu here: http://www.rotisserieg.com/private-dining/
CONTACT US for events using the entire restaurant. email@example.comThe entire restaurant is available for your private or corporate event. Our setting and caring service are well suited to both corporate lunches and dinners as well as family celebrations such as rehearsal dinners and bridal showers.
CAPACITY: Standing Receptions up to 150, Seated Dinners up to 80.
Rotisserie Georgette Ratings and Reviews
I keep coming back to Rotisserie Georgette. It is a warm, cozy setting that feels authentic. We celebrated a birthday and complimentary champagne was brought to us upon arrival! We then moved on to Vesper cocktails expertly crafted by the bartender. The menu is simply prepared foods with amazing flavors ...just right! A favorite appetizer is the lamb keftes as well as the Salade G of mesclun, frisee, pear, walnuts and lardons. We shared the Double R Ranch Prime Cote de Boeuf ( the most tender meat I have ever enjoyed in my life!), The Smokey Cherry Glazed Baby Back Ribs, and the Poulet Roti with Provencal sauce with a Stuffed and Crisped Baked Potato. Heaven! For dessert try the duo of warm bittersweet chocolate and orange Grand Marnier Madeleines.
The poule de luxe was divine, as always. Though we went for Restaurant Week, ended up ordering the special chicken for 2, some sides and the delicious warm tartin. All was fabulous. One friend ate off the Restaurant Week menu and enjoyed that chicken as well. Well worth going when you want a delicious chicken at a lovely location!
Had a wonderful group celebration in the private dining room. Food was all fantastic, from the appetizers (the Gnocchi and Burrata in particular), to the main courses (Branzino, Duck, Chicken, and Steak were all excellent) to the awesome desserts. Private dining room holds twelve, but we were only 10. Includes windows into the kitchen for a Chef's table experience without the noise and heat.
The food was delicious, and the portions were generous...however, I said I would not recommend--maybe I would, not sure---because the dish that both my friend and I wanted to order was no longer available...we did not want either of the other choices on the restaurant week menu. The waitress offered us, instead, the chicken breast, since we had wanted chicken pot pie. I was told that nothing came with it, but that we could order sides. The sides were $10 and $12 each, which is very expensive. I asked if we could be given complementary sides in so much as our choice was sold out, and meat on a plate is just not sufficient, to me, to be called a meal. The waitress said this could be done, and the manager came to ask what he could do. I was very impressed at this point. I told him that we were already taken care of. When the bill came, while we did receive one side, gratis, we were billed for the other one. I questioned this, as no one said that only one of us could have a side, and there were two of us. The owner, Georgette, came up to us, and said that she could not give us two sides, because the chicken normally sold for $29, and we were getting an entire meal for the price.....Isn't that what Restaurant Week is about? I could not argue any more, but we should have been told in advance that we would not each get a side with the main dish. We might not have chosen to order it....then again, we might have, but this was not stated as it should have been. The point is, that while the chicken might actually sell for a high price, how much could 6 carrots, or a couple of potatoes set back the owner? I do not think this was the proper way for them to have handled things. Petty.....Yes, the food was wonderful, but we left with a bad taste anyway. Thank you.
I was disappointed. They changed the restaurant week menu. Instead of rotisserie chicken (their specialty) they had chicken pot pie. Instead of Profiterole (one of my favorites) they had something else. The mussels were ok but I've had better. Same for the French fries (extra cost).
Jubilee has much better mussels and fries. The pate was very good.
The food was good. I was ignored at the bar for a while as I waited for my friend. Eventhough it was Restaurant Week, the bill was quite high because the sides were separate. Two of the sides added up to equal to 1/2 the prix fixe which doesn't seem right to me. All in all it was enjoyable but pricey.
How often can you find in NYC a wonderful food, well located and priced overseen by the proprietor whose name is on the door? We live in San Francisco but Rotisserie Georgette is our go-to when we are in NYC, which is often. Of course the chicken is always great, but I have yet to be disappointed. Octopus starter was terrific - I had not had it before.
Went for brunch during restaurant week and it was a great treat. Each course was delicious and the service from the minute we walked through the door was exceptional. I highly recommend taking advantage of the NYC restaurant week. I'm sure the dinner deal would be amazing as well.
Georgette personally came out to say hello during peak hours on a Saturday. The wine and sommelier were excellent. The appetizer, burrata, was unmatch, and I’ve dined at many Italian restaurants. The Poule de Luxe was quite good, the foie gras was a great touch. The Mille Feuille was excellent as well. Would recommend to anyone.
Needless to say, once I split the bill with my friend I paid $75. Which isn’t bad if I leave fully satisfied by delicious food, but I left hungry. The appetizer we got was barely 4 tablespoons of food total, I mean seriously? The chicken was delicious but small, and the sides were tiny too. Food was well prepared but not exciting enough to warrant the price. Service was good and ambiance was beautiful if I must be fair, but the lack of portions killed my perception of this establishment. Will not be returning.
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