Imperial No. 9

Row 1

Details
9 Crosby St (btw Grand & Howard St)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 554-6120

Foursquare Tips

  • Ask to be seated in the main dining room and save the evening with an order of king-crab legs, which are reliable and sweet.
  • With a rotating sustainable catch of the day chosen with the Monterrey Bay Aquarium, INN is serving up some serious seafood like the King Crab a la Plancha w/ sweet & sour butter and crispy garlic.
  • For those who insist on going against the grain, the steak (we know) at this renowned seafood spot is absolutely amazing. For the more reasonable sort, the king crab is as divine as the decor.
  • Inspired by the classic fairytale The Beauty and the Beast
  • Wine options abound: for white (glass), Moreau's Chablis; for red (bottle), Perroud's Brouilly. These are both good price-value: 2009 was a great vintage in Burgundy and these are quality producers.
  • fairly hidden spot for a (fancy, business) breakfast. i like the cinnamon oatmeal, side of tea.
  • NYC [Eat] Insider tip: The best spot for cocktails is on the couch against the back wall. The view is almost as good as the drinks.
  • Known for its absolutely stunning garden room, the plates are a bit on the small side so dont be afraid to be gluttonous in ordering
  • Try the number 4 if you want somethig light sweet and protein
  • Cauliflower fritters. End of story.
  • Get a cocktail nice space, leave the food and get a burger
  • Go for the cauliflower fritters and the scallops, skip the octopus. Def try the caramel popcorn ice cream for dessert.
  • Check out Imperial No. Nine as seen on Top Chef
  • Check out Imperial No. Nine as seen on Top Chef
  • positive tip
  • Cheftestant Sam Talbot's spot.
  • Get the cucumber tomato sandwich.
  • Good for groups and sharing dishes. Beautiful setting. Interesting cocktails. Pork belly sliders are a win.
  • fried artichokes, and pork belly sliders are must gets. Save room for dessert- especially the caramel ice cream over butter popcorn
  • Order away, the plates are quite small! Loved the bass