Jean Georges

1 Central Park West
New York NY 10023
(212) 299-3900
Categories Food

Jean-Georges Vongerichten is one of the few chefs in New York City with the distinction of four stars from The New York Times. At his eponymous restaurant in the Trump International Hotel and Tower, his classic French technique bridges old and new worlds, eschews heavy sauces, and embraces the spice and flavors of Asian cuisine. His signature Egg Caviar, a lightly scrambled egg topped with whipped cream and osetra caviar, is one of the city’s great bites of food.

Click to watch the Daily Meal’s At the Chef’s Table interview with Jean Georges.  — Arthur Bovino

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The atmosphere is luxurious and the staff were incredibly attentive and courteous. My ♡ Foie Gras Brule, the Tuna Tartar, Grilled Organic Chicken with Ricotta Gnocchi and The ginger margarita.
Shpak Irina
The bar is very nice. People and staff very friendly!
Great food and great atmosphere! Love the open kitchen! Deserts are even better than the main dishes! So leave some space!
Kate Furst
Went for brunch. Place is lovely. Food was good. Service was not good. They forgot out appetizer and took forever to do everything. Literally took 2 or 3 requests to get things.
Michael Bagliebter
Consistently the best restaurant week experience. Order everything, you won't regret it.
Jing Jing Gong
Get the tuna tar tar and the salmon sashimi no matter what! They're worth it!!!
Nougatine recently received a new design refresh that adds some sizzle to the dining room. And, as Pete Wells noted, the kitchen is still turning out satisfying seasonal fare. [Eater 38 Member]
Christophe Jammet
Try the Tuna Tartare with Avocado - Awesome.
Definitely go the $32 prix fixe for lunch.Great value & tuna tartare was particularly delicious. Matches nicely w fragrant Black Cherry Yuzu iced tea
The cocktail list includes twists on classics, like the White Sazerac (which includes bitters specially made for Sun by Miracle Mile), and a Passion Chili Whiskey Sour
Angelica B
Impecable service & food! Try the restaurant week menu. Go for tuna tartare app, slow cooked salmon main, and hot chocolate cake des - totally worth it! I also enjoyed watching all the kitchen action.
Chad Wilson
The tuna tartare was simply amazing. The beef tenderloin was perfection. One of the best meals in NYC. The terrace makes for a beautiful evening meal.
Derrick See
Prix Fixe lunch is probably the most consistent, reliable, and bang for buck place in the city.
Nougatine offers Jean Georges’s cuisine for a fraction of the price. Plus, we like the way we can usually just walk in. And in the right weather, the terrace is divine.
Try the Tuna Tartare
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For a great red, hit the first wine in each category! For lighter, go w/ Lornet's Trousseau (Jura, France); for richer, Mas Jullien's syrah-carignan-mourvedre-based wine is a real gem!
The New York Times
Budget foodies can visit Jean Georges’s bar for great cocktails, a snack or afternoon tea.
Nate Long
This place is great for breakfast! Get the fresh fruit.
Adriana Nova
Eat outside on the terrace for lunch - one of the best lunches in NYC.
Katie Flynn
Get the peekytoe crab and the pink cod. They are to DIE for!
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