Per Se

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Details
10 Columbus Cir Ste 4 (at W 60th St)
New York, NY 10019
(212) 823-9335
French
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM Fri–Sun: 11:30 AM–1:30 PM
The entry to Per Se

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In an elegant dining room overlooking Central Park in the Time Warner Center, Per Se upholds the standards set by Thomas Keller at The French Laundry, (see No. 6) receiving an annual three-star rating from Michelin since 2006. As at The French Laundry, there are two tasting menus, one of which is vegetarian, but the Keller classic "oysters and pearls" is most definitely included in the non-vegetarian version (though the Per Se menus cost $310, while The French Laundry’s are a more affordable $295). Here, there is also a salon menu, with à la carte offerings including ricotta agnolotti, butter-poached Nova Scotia lobster, and 100-day dry-aged Snake River Farms’ beef tartare. Chef Eli Kaimeh does Keller proud with his skillful interpretations of this most refined style of cooking.

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

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  • Per Se is one of the NYT restaurant critic Sam Siftons 50 favorite NYC restaurants. To see the full list, get The Scoop iPhone app, an inside guide to New York: NYTimes.com/thescoop
  • Per Se takes great attention to detail from its menu selections and preparation to its dcor design and staff. Not to mention the food is divine. -Lynda Erkiletian, Real Housewives of DC
  • Kevin Sbraga loves this place! -Kevin Sbraga, Top Chef
  • On weeknights, the Salon offers the whole magilla; the entire Per Se menu a la carte! They dont take reservations so slide behind the blue doors and grab a seat. - Inspector
  • Three Michelin stars.
  • Whatever you eat at Per Se is worth whatever you have to pay. Try Chef Keller's legendary butter-poached lobster, and you'll be experiencing the best of New York.
  • Everything is spot-on, from the impeccable and accommodating service and the flawless food (perfect in both presentation and taste) to the gorgeous views. Whats not to love?
  • My dining experiences at Per S have been totally sensational and demonstrate why Thomas is called one of the top chefs in the world. -Thierry Rautureau, Top Chef
  • Per Se makes more than meals, they make memories. The combination of incredible food, thoughtful service, and a luxurious setting induces a dreamlike state.
  • http://Perseny.com | 3 Michelin Stars | Perfect execution & constant evolution define Thomas Kellers superb restaurant. Dine in plush modernity overlooking Central Park. Daily-changing menu. Sublime!
  • Recommended: Oysters and Pearls, gateau of foie gras, clam chowder, sweet corn velout, omelet with mushroom duxelles and aged tamari, butter-poached lobster; pressed duck.
  • get a private tour of the kitchen and meet thomas keller. sicktastic.
  • Try the Oysters and Pearls
  • Chef's tasting menu will be the best $300 you ever spent. Go ahead, do the wine pairings too. In for a penny, in for $10K. [BlackBook]
  • Received a private tour of the Per Se kitchen after eating at it.
  • Get the desserts, by pastry chef Elwyn Boyles, and savor every second of these delectable concoctions. The five-course tasting menu created by Boyles himself should be your prime consideration.
  • Serving up the one of the best dining experiences in the world, Per Se is quite simply the best of the best. Make reservations a month in advance and expect a meal lasting multiple hours.
  • Be sure to take home the cookies they give you at the end....like everything else at Per Se, the cookies are amazing.
  • Maitre d was obnoxious - their benches in the public area of the mall are only for paying customers
  • awesome food! A foodies dream come true. The kitchen and chef were amazing!