About Todd English at The Plaza Food Hall
The Plaza launched a European-inspired specialty Food Hall created in collaboration with acclaimed chef and restaurateur Todd English. The Todd English Food Hall offers a diverse range of quality specialty foods and prepared dishes for take away or to enjoy in one of eight seating areas, including: Wine Bar, Cheese & Charcuterie Station, Sushi Bar, Burger Bar & Rotisserie, Asian Noodle and Dumpling Bar, Pasta Bar, Brick Oven Pizza, and a Fish and Seafood Grill. Private Dining is available for receptions for up to 300 people.
The Plaza Hotel, Concourse Level
New York, NY 10019
Contemporary American, Italian, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
11:30 AM - 10:00 PM Sunday through Saturday
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
F train to 57th Street
N, R & Q trains to 5th Avenue
Chef Sani Hebaj
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For Private or group events of over 17 people or more please contact
our events department at 212.546.5464.
We can accommodate events up to 1000 people and also offer off premise catering.
Office number: 212.546.5464
The Todd English Food Hall is available for private functions and events. Private Room : Seated 75 / Receptions 150 Full Buyout /350 Full Plaza Food Hall Buyout: 1000
Todd English at The Plaza Food Hall Ratings and Reviews
Todd English is a must EVERY time we are in NYC! It is a lunch place for us with superb bites. I had their 3 gyro dish which was 3 very small gyros served on a small piece of a kind of bread with superb flavor and excellent Tsakziki. I loved it! My husband had an excellent flat bread. their wines by the glass are well chosen and very good. Can't wait for my next visit!
We made our reservation about one week in advance. When we got to the food court area and found the restaurant's location, we couldn't figure out where the entrance was. We went to one opening where there was what looked like a hostess stand and were ignored. We circled around and found another opening that seemed like an entrance. We were ignored. I finally went into the restaurant, found a waiter and asked where the entrance was. He described it. It is through the Todd English MARKET. How would diners know that? When we got to the hostess stand there, the hostess took several minutes to finish a conversation with a colleague, then asked what we needed. We told her we had a reservation. She and the colleague stared at their restaurant map and discussed where they would "put us" for several minutes (really!) We were about to say never mind when she told the staff person where to sit us. Turned out to be the end seats at a bar where the view was of half opened boxes of cellophane, empty beer containers and other operations-type things. After we were seated, we received very attentive service from a waitress who said many people have trouble finding the restaurant entrance. The food was very average. I rarely write a bad review but the ambiguous restaurant entry and lack of signage is a known and very fixable problem.
The attached photos were taken from our seats at the bar.
We were very disappointed! Our reservation for two was not honored, we were sat in a community style table and were told that the tables they had empty were reserved. The gluten free prosciutto and fig flat bread was brought and no side plates to eat from were brought until ten minutes later. The Todd sliders were brought much later. Our water glasses were never refilled. To top it off a lady in our shared table decided to breast feed her toddler right there in front of us! Food and service left a lot to be desired!
My niece, sister in law, and I came here after seeing a show. We originally came for restaurant week, but decided to order from the menu. It was an upscale, casual dining hall. We all enjoyed our food. My niece, who is 6 years old said, "On a scale of 1 to infinity, the pizza was Infinity." It was the best pizza she ever had. The Caesar salad and beef sliders were great, as well as the sweet potato fries. The service was good. This would be a great place to come for happy hour. I would recommend it, especially to experience The Plaza.
Not impressed. Which is quite sad because the food was actually great. I LOVED the food, seriously. But, we showed up and we walked around looking for someone to sit us down... once we found a waiter he brought us back to the front... we got seated at the bar, without option, even though we had reservations and there were other tables... I asked for the restaurant week menu, they had no idea where that was, there were two of us and they only found one menu... ok. My friend ordered off the regular menu, I went with the RW menu. Food took forever. We had paid the check and I still had to wait for the dessert. Also... it was SO loud. there was a family behind and the kids were making such a raucous, you'd think they trying to take them to school or something. No one did anything about it. It wasn't fun.
Service was very attentive, food was delicious, white sangria was refreshing and you can't beat the location on Central Park South! Perfect meet-up place for reunion with NYC friends after work and tourist friends visiting from Asia. We had Boris as our server and he was great!
Have been her so so so many times ,,, Was here whenit was much smaller and much more crowded. Food was amazing even though menu was much smaller and some of our favs where missing . My only problem which is very minor , is sitting at a high top and not having enough room for all your plates.
I've been a fan of Todd's since his Olives and Figs Boston days. The food is always good. Could be updated... The service at the bar was ok. The bartender was good but distracted with a full bar and drink service. I'll definitely give it another chance but there's definitely room for improvement
We spent a wonderful day in Central Park. We have spent several nights at the Plaza and come to Todd English often for dinner. Normally we have a wonderful experience with wonderful service but today was different. The service from our waitress was awful. Our order was over $1100 (including 18% that was automatically added because we had a party of 8) and she didn't even check to see if we needed anything. We had to ask for the drinks for our children a few times and didn't once clear a plate. The table was cluttered with dishes and when we asked her for anything she just seemed annoyed. When we were leaving the manager told us we could not leave with our champagne, which I understood even though we were going shopping in the hotel but then when we asked if we could go back to our table and sit and finish he told us we could not. Of course, we will be back because it's one of our favorite places but this skewed our view. Just thought management she be aware.
Not worth the money. Food and service are very good but like a daycare. Children running around parents screaming terrible. Never again. I have been here many times but the guests with children out of control. From running screaming to singalongs on the ipad i wasted 175$
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