Eleven Madison Park

Row 1

11 Madison Ave (at E 24th St)
New York, NY 10010
(212) 889-0905
New American, American
$ $ $ $
Mon–Wed, Sun: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM Thu–Sat: Noon–10:00 PM

Although Eleven Madison Park opened to much fanfare and subsequent acclaim in 1998, it was Danny Meyer’s hiring of Swiss-born Daniel Humm to helm the kitchen in 2006 that elevated the place to the level of the finest restaurants in the country. Humm — who has won such plaudits for the restaurant as four stars from The New York Times (more than once, most recently by Pete Wells) and three from Michelin — bought Eleven Madison from Meyer in 2011, in partnership with his front-of-house counterpart, Will Guidara, and didn’t miss a beat. The chef is firmly in control: While Humm will tailor his single $225 multi-course tasting menu to accommodate allergies, dietary restrictions, and ingredient preferences, there is no à la carte selection or smaller menu available. The particulars of the dishes change frequently, but the technique is contemporary French and modernist. The ingredients are heavily New York-based, and the culinary traditions on which the food is based are often those of Gotham street or deli food, producing notably unique results. 

— Arthur Bovino, 101 Best Restaurants, April 1, 2015

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  • Executive Chef Daniel Humm (also of NoMad) earned top honors as our 2013 Chef of the Year, in part due to the reinvented tasting menu herea hymn for Gothams dining history.
  • Chef Daniel Humm is on the cutting edge of all things culinary. A perfect fine dining experience. From the moment you walk in to the last bite - sheer perfection (not cheap but worth it). -Alex Reznik
  • top 5 meal of my life. you literally can not go wrong with anything on the menu. my only suggestion: ask if you can take a tour of the kitchen. thank me later.
  • At this four-star gem (the jewel in Danny Meyer's crown), notice the three large oil-paintings by Stephen Hannock, which are based on 1900s black-and-white photos of neighboring Madison Square Park.
  • I want to live here. Everything about this place is perfection. Allow 4+ hours for dinner, and go with the duck for your main course.
  • as good as it gets !
  • I think Eleven Madison is my favorite restaurant in the city, chef Scott Conant told us in his New York Diet. The lobster lasagna is awesome and the milk-and-honey dessert is just delicious.
  • You've probably never had caviar on cream cheese, with bagel crisps and slivers of Lower East Side pickles on the side. You can find it here. Welcome to New York!
  • We love the beauty of it all: the Art Deco room, the windows overlooking the park, the exquisite food, the impeccable service, and the surrounding scene of classy New Yorkers.
  • Let Daniel and Will blow you away, you're in great hands. Make sure to ask to see the kitchen, they'll make you a "cocktail" at the observation table in the back.
  • Un fabuleux festin!
  • What an unbelievable restaurant!!! Try the Lobster Lasagna!
  • get the devlin's delight. best non-alcoholic drink I've ever had. almond and coconut milk and Ginger!
  • Gansevoort Recommend
  • This place is dope. What could I possibly tell you about Eleven Madison Park besides go there and eat the things.
  • Eat bread. Eat heavenly bread.
  • Three Michelin stars.
  • Theres no end to Chef Daniel Humms gourmet wizardrythe whole menu is a perpetually-changing Rubiks cube of deliciousness. One of our fav tasting menus from Where to Eat 2011!
  • Some of the most delicious and exciting food. I cannot forget the savory beet marshmallow that started my meal. It was coated in a vinegar powder. The flavors and textures were just brilliant. I was l
  • Recommended: Prawn roulade, farm egg with Parmesan foam, goat's milk ricotta gnocchi, halibut, lobster, duck for two, chicken for two, peanut butter and chocolate palette, chocolate tart with caramel.