What You Should Know:
Chef Jean Georges’ namesake restaurant offers a locally driven menu composed of dishes influenced by French and Japanese cuisines. Whether you choose the prix fixe or tasting menu options, you will be promised creative and sincere food.
What I Liked:
Duck breast is topped with cracked almonds and a lacquered amaretto jus.
A chocolate tasting includes variations of chocolate preparations with bright passionfruit gelée and crystallized rose petals.
Is It Worth It:
The lunch prix fixe will set you back just $68 for two courses, while the dinner costs $148 for three, so the lunch tends to be much better investment for a nice meal.
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