Located on Park Avenue in New York City, The Hurricane Club is close to numerous city hot spots and attractions. Featuring palm trees, bamboo decor accents and other beach-inspired elements, it offers a retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Hurricane Club’s private dining areas are suitable for parties, business meetings and other special occasions. Order cocktails, beers, wines and more at the full bar.
The Hurricane Club serves contemporary Asian fusion and Thai specialties. Select from popular items like the cashew chicken with coconut rice, the spring rolls and the Peking duck tea sandwiches. Another hit with regulars is the chili tiger shrimp.
Smaller menu , lovely scenery . Went on a Friday night. Out of lobster tails. Place was empty but the greeter acted as if she had a few dozen seatings coming. Had 5:30 pm reseravation , was 5 mins early & asked to wait at the bar . Seated at 6pm only after I asked if they were ready for us. Server was wonderful , very helpful. had cocnut shrimp , chicken skewers &rock shrimp sushi as apps. No home runs here. Ordered surf & turf - was told no more lobster tails.The house fried rice was good, the ribs were bland at best. Menu very reasonable priced , drinks are average priced & they may be the best part of the place. Won't be back here- truthfully only tried it because I had a gift card-wish I went elsewhere.
The place looks beautiful. Great entrance effects. Small portions for a hefty price. Don't come hungry. No bread, no nothing available to get you to your first appetizer. No simple special requests could be accommodated. No customer appreciation. Cold feeling. In general didn't feel welcome, would not go back.
Nice atmosfere and the food was tasted exelente and was beatyful for the eye to watch egen it came to the table. Sevice was good and our waitres was very helpful explaining abort the food. Go there for a very nice dinner!
We went on Christmas Eve and surprisingly the restaurant was practically empty. This worked out for us because the servers were very attentive. The sushi was fabulous and the steak was great! Two thumbs up.
Order the . porterhouse for two! Omg! And the sushi! Ask for X to be your server. Awesome waiter. Looks like curt cobain!
Love the ambiance, food, excellent service and the food. Only downside was that the in-house menu didn't offer most of the options shown on the online menu....I was a little disappointed I didn't get to order what I went there for. Otherwise though an overall great time!!
We were seated on time and wait staff approached the table immediately....almost too attentive in the first 10 minutes, not giving us a chance to look at the menu. But once we had the time to look it over we ordered, and everything came out quickly and everything was delicious. Only complaint... wish the appetizer and side dish portions were bigger!
good, but not great. Limited Sushi selection, ambiance ok.
Great food, service was a little slow and our server was not very attentive.
It is a very trendy and fun spot. The drinks are nice and the decor is one of my favorites in NYC.
We really enjoyed it! Loved the dim sum options
Wine list by the glass limited and drinks totally overpriced
Food was very good but very overpriced
I'd recommend to friends but probably won't go back
Every experience I've had at the hurricane has been a good one. The spicy steak roll was amazing along with the pupu platter. Only thing off was how cold it was in there.
The service here was beyond poor. Our first waiter took our drink order and after that never came back but instead tended to all the tables around us. We had to stop him to place our order. The food came quickly and it was great but the REALLY small portions were not worth the prices. We were all disappointed. It took forever to get our tables cleared and even to get our bill. The place is beautiful but i would not recommend it.
Definitely a cool spot. Staff were cool. Visitors were full of themselves and the food is average, not sushi, not steak.
It was my first time at Hurricane. Food was ok. Service was ok, I have to wave down the waiter all the time. The acoustic was very bad. The noise was so loud, I couldn't hear my boyfriend from across the table. The music that was playing make the place more like club scene.
Food presentation was good (sushi rolls) and we're very tasty but both steaks were over cooked. Prices are high but I'm not sure why as there was nothing special to any of the 4 entres ordered. Service was not high end and was more casual than I would've expected. Overall us was ok but not somewhere I need to go back to.
So I heard about this place from a close friend of mine she said nothing but good things so I decided to try it out. I went there on a date and it was very nice. I would say it was a well diverse crowd for a Saturday night, the food was good and the svc was good as well I wld def go back
This place was recommended by a single New Yorker. The place is very nice. The food was very good and so was the service. This is a very trendy, loud place. The service was good but not great. Not sure I would go back.
We are NYC residents and used to high prices but expect some value. We thought the food was adequate but not worth the price. Wont go back
Extremely noisy. High prices for decent but unexceptional food. Fancy "Trader-Vic-oid" cocktails not especially well done. Staff very friendly and very professional. This place is popular with the younger set from the neighborhood. Okay for parties, but not fine dining or romantic dates.
I went to dinner with a girlfriend of mine to catch up and the we were seated right away. The waiter was very friendly. The place is beautiful! Free coat check and the hostess was very friendly as well, she even asked how dinner went while I was waiting for my friend. We ordered the drink 77 which was in an actual coconut, the pupu platter which is a must, a sampler of everything!! I had the cashew chicken, she had the shrimp. We ordered the trio of cupcakes and cappuccino to finish off dessert. The food was amazing and ambiance was perfect! This place is a must. I am a big foodie and restauranteur, top 3 on my list. Enjoy!
The space is lovely. The food is good--not off the charts, but good. Service is friendly and competent. I came home with a sore throat from yelling at my friends just for a normal conversation. IT WAS UNBEARABLE. It was like going to a wedding and being seated at the table right next to the band. I couldn't wait to leave and I will never come back. It was one of the worst dining experiences because of the sound level. Too bad--everything else was good.
The Peking pig and the beef short ribs were really fantastic. I'd suggest hiring a couple good mixologists though. Both the Mai Tai and Mango Cider Flip were really bland - disappointing. Given how good the food was, that was a real surprise. For the prices, the drinks should be just as good. I recommend the food highly but go for drinks elsewhere.
I frequent the hurricane club and it's always only on weekends that they keep you waiting minimum 30 mins AFTER your reservation time to be seated. We had a table reserved at 11:15 and weren't seated until midnight!!!! They tell you to go sit at the ridiculously over crowded bar while you wait to be called. Our waitress was "having a bad night" and didn't feel like attending to us so she had the bus boy take our order instead. Guess she deemed the party of 5 men who were seated after us a bigger priority than 2 girls. The food is always amazing regardless of the unacceptable wait and service. Spare yourself & go on a weekday!
I love this place for drinks, so was really looking forward to dinner. I was underwhelmed with the dining experience as a whole. Our 8PM reservation had a "15 minute grace period", which the restaurant called to tell me about the day before. When our party was there in time, we didn't get seated until 8:30. The Hurricane didn't stick to their own 15 minute "grace period," making it feel like the restaurant was self-important, not showing the customer the same courtesy they ask their customers to show them. A little backwards for a place that is supposed to be fine dining. The food was fine, but not as fantastic as expected for the price. Portions were small. I wouldn't go back for dinner- but still like the ambiance at the bar for drinks.
This place was amazing, along with the service and the quality!
My cousin and I dined there yesterday evening and had a LOVELY time. Our waiter, Mark, was incredibly helpful, knowledgeable, and good humored. We started with the crab and avocado rolls (delicious) and my cousin got the filet mignon (beautifully cooked) and I got the chicken cashew (I am not a fan of fried foods, but the light batter and sweet sauce was delightful). We split the coconut rice which was sweet, creamy, and served warm in a coconut which was a great touch. We were even given a chocolate cake on the house for dessert. The environment was unbelievable, great ambiance, and the hostesses with gorgeous and full of smiles. I definitely think this is a must if you find yourself in the Flatiron area.
I had dined previously a few times in 2012. I was a beautiful establishment with an innovative menu. However i am not sure if the management has changed but the service was drastically off recently. I came to celebrate an anniversary 11/9/2013. Reservations were made for 9:45pm. Upon walking into the restaurant, it was clear that the staff had no control of the front desk. Other patrons had been waiting upwards of an hour for seats. These werent walk-ins, but 8:30pm reservations who were still waiting. It then became a contest of who could complain the loudest, because thats the only way you were seated. Two 10pm reservations for 2 were seated prior to my 9:45. Eventually we were seated at 10:30. Girlfriend wasnt very pleased.
I was told to take a seat by the bar and after 2 hours the table was still not ready. We left and ate across the street.
We had an 8:00pm dinner reservation and were not seated until 9:30. I understand Saturday nights at a trendy restaurants usually requires a wait, but the point of a reservation is to plan ahead and avoid that!