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About Sirio Ristorante
Sirio Ristorante features contemporary Italian cuisine, private label wines and a selection of Italian vintages that complement the casual elegance and modern feel of the restaurant. Executive chef Massimo Bebber specializes in fresh, seasonal dishes, ranging from appetizers and pastas to simple and robust entrées. Named after legendary restaurateur Sirio Maccioni.
New York, NY 10022
Hours of Operation:
5:30 - 9:45pm Nightly
Lexington and Third Avenue
$31 to $50
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We occasionally offer live jazz on Musical Mondays in our cafe starting at 8pm. Please check the "News" section of www.lecirquecafe.com for more info and a list of scheduled performances or call 212.644.0202.
Catering: For more than 25 years, Le Cirque has hosted enchanted evenings for elegant affairs. We invite you to make your evenings truly special for your catering needs. Please contact our Banquets & Catering department at 212.405.5095. http://lecirque.com/private-dining
Private Parties: We will work with you to create an unforgettable evening of delightful dining, the finest service and an elegant atmosphere. For more information on private parties, please contact our Banquets & Catering department at 212.405.5095 or visit or visit http://lecirque.com/private-dining.
There is public parking directly across the street from the restaurant at 109 E. 58th Street, between Lex & 3rd. http://nyc.centralparking.com/opentable/6624
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Sirio Ristorante Ratings and Reviews
The restaurant does not disappoint when it comes to the quality of food. The pastas, fish and lamb were all outstanding. Where it could and should do much better is service. The staff is nice if not very nice but they missed out on a request for vegetarian food and brought pasta with meat toppings. They also did not refill wine till asked. All relatively minor errors but stand out with a bill that is anything but minor.
Also, I booked my reservation as a 1000 point reservation and then added a guest to make it 5. I did not notice that the addition of a guest for the same time resulted in their reducing the points to 100 until I reviewed my points total after the dinner. Not acceptable.
I planned a dinner to celebrate my wife's birthday in a restaurant she would find special. There are a decreasing number of restaurants where you can enjoy exceptional food in a relaxed and quiet environment. I discretely mentioned the celebration to hostess when we arrived. The evening that followed exceeded by expectations in many ways. My watermelon and tomato gazpacho with crab, was a beautiful color and a refreshing start. The grilled vegetables my wife selected were perfectly prepared, rustic and yet appealing. We both selected one of to the many special home-made pasta dishes. Both were unique and flavorful. To save calories we split a desert. Shortly after we finished, a colorful selection of macarons was served with a single candle and "Happy Birthday" inscribed in chocolate on the serving plate. There was no group singing or show, just an elegant and tasteful token. My wife was delighted. The serving staff was friendly and attentive throughout. The atmosphere was lively but quiet. The next time I have an important business or personal meal I will return to Sirio.
Lovely place on the Upper East Side, right across from the park. Very comfortable, good service and great breakfast menu including vegetable juice, etc.
Only issue was that, on a Sunday when we'd like to linger, we were asked to vacate our table after an hour so that a large group could be accommodated, though there were many open tables. We were offered a spot in the bar area, but still, after a fairly pricey breakfast, not so good.
My favorite fish is branzino. I have eaten it in many different restaurants. The presentation and the taste of the branzino (spigola) at Sirio was the best I have ever seen and enjoyed.
My only disappointment was that both Open Table and the restaurant's own web site led me to believe that there would a restaurant week menu for dinner. However the Maitre D' said that they only serve a restaurant week menu at lunch.
The atmosphere and service were outstanding. The food was ok to great. We went for the Restaurant Week menu and shared the app, main, and dessert. Each course varied. One dish was outstanding and one dish we would not order again. The house wine was very nice. The red was better than the white. Would definitely go again for restaurant week but it is too expensive to not love every dish.
I decided to treat my boyfriend to a fancy brunch and a day in the park, so I got a deal at Sirio and planned out our day. It was great!! The food was yummy, nothing to write home about though and the staff was very kind. However, we did feel a bit out of place and if I were to return, I wouldn't definitely go for dinner.
Sirio is one of our favorites in NYC. We live in Houston, Texas and always make plans to eat here at least 1-3 times! Again, it proved perfection. This time I had my 2 children (age 5 & 7) and my Mom (first time visit). We had a wonderful meal and the staff were so cute, fun and attentive to my children.
For all the reasons above, we will always continue to come back for more!
This is a beautiful space for a quiet dinner ( after the bar crowd leaves) . The waiters are kind fun and helpful . The restaurant will help you get ur favorite dish . Mine is their fabulous authentic Spaghetti Carbonara which is sometimes not on the menu ( a mistake ) but you ask and the chef will kindly create it .the main courses are lovely and the desserts tempting . The martini is very fashionable and perfect !
For only $38 a person, one can get a 3-course Pre-theatre dinner with appetizer, entree and dessert, so my dining partner and I simply picked two of everything and turned it into a six course sharing menu that really had no misses. The gnocchi were as tender and succulent as I've ever had, albeit the branzino was a touch on the dry side. The fior di bufala was lovely, with an outstanding olive tapenade. The deconstructed and reimagined tiramisu was the better of the two desserts, although the tiny armangac soaked prunes were a real treat, as well. Pair this with $1 oysters at happy hour, and one could feast at just over $100 with wine. We did.
We stay at he nearby Metropolitan whose dinning room closes on weekends and Siros has become our regular replacement. Food is always good and very upscale Italian with a hard working friendly staff. Not cheap, but nothing is in New York City, but worth every dime.
We had the prix fixe lunch - 2 courses $22.00. Pasta appetizers were delicious; main course skirt steak cooked to perfection; rainbow trout delicious. Portions were very generous. We shared the prune tart dessert which was not included and was very good but a little pricey at $13.00. Would definitely revisit.
The Easter brunch selections were superb and the Proseco kept flowing. The staff was extremely well trained and genuinely friendly and courteous. Our entree selections were superb and just the right size......very fresh and tasty dishes uniquely presented. The atmosphere is very pleasant and not at all "stuffy" for such an elegant hotel and location. We felt at home and had a terrific experience all around.
Very friendly welcoming. Menu is rather small but lots of day-specials compensate for this. The onion soup with croutons was outstanding - salads were beautiful and original - desserts are a must and the presentation is second to none. Compliments to the chef are in order.
The space is not particularly attractive but very comfortable and updated decor. Also very quiet - a good place for conversation.
We've been going to Sirios since it opened. This restaurant is the gem of the neighborhood. The manager and staff and service are amazing. Very accommodating, friendly and polite. And old world--but not in a stuffy way--in a beautifully courteous and also humorous way! The room is beautiful and beautifully lit. Beautiful furniture, comfortable chairs.
We love coming here and recognize and appeeciate what it has to offer. The prices are no different than others in this category and the food is to die for. At this visit I had the best sweetbreads I've ever had, and I've tried them all over the world. They were prepared perfectly. My husband is vegetarian and the chef whipped up the most beautiful risotto primavera, not on the menu--no problems! They would've made him anything he liked (and he got what he asked for). The wine list has reasonable offerings. And you're in the beautiful Pierre Hotel. What more do we need? Highly, highly recommend.
the onion soup was very very salty!!!oh my ,,,taste bad.Salade was so so .
the main course chicken was ok.the spagtti was good either.Deserts are very good.
I need to mention about the waiters.I knew they were working hard,but they are very lazy or you can say they are very smart.They let several different tables have dinner at the same time.how did they do that?Let the previous customers wait.....ok... wait unitl the others ordered and they could bring our dishes at the same time.you did save your time,but we were waited so long ....and so hungry.anyway,will not come back again.
We were pleasantly surprised by the elegant and posh interior. However, since it's next to the Pierre Hotel--- of course Sirio is fine dining! I ordered a French Martini, which was made perfectly. The waiter was attentive. The Insalata Sirio was exquisite. I had the Red Snapper, which was also prepared to perfection. We tried Sirio's because we were attending an event at a museum and the restaurant was near. What a find!
The options on Restaurant Week were all wonderful. The Sirio salad was delicious - as was everything else - pasta, trout, desserts.... Having a wine pairing (3 different glasses) with lunch (all excellent choices) was a savvy move. Don't expect to do anything else afterwards. I'm surprised that this was my first time dining here. I'm planning to return, especially since it's so close to 59e59.
Went to lunch during restaurant week. Food was very good; however, service was very slow
(long waits between courses) and they often got the order wrong and they had to send it back
for correction. For dessert the wait person said we could have a scoop of three different
sorbets; yet we received 3 scoops of lemon sorbet (which was not one of the flavors we had been told. However, and this is the annoying thing, when we inquired about this change, we were told
that the selection of 3 other sorbets was not on the restaurant week menu. Very tacky we thought.
then, to top it off, they charge $9 for a cup of coffee and they never offered to refill the cup.
Would not recommend and would not go back....+
I've had business breakfasts here on many occassions and it has been good.
i was surprised at how fine the food was for dinner.
The sweetbreads were wonderful and the bronzino was not far behind.
Desserts were very good as well.
The staff is very friendly and made the evening fun and comfortable.
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