L'Ecole- Restaurant of the International Culinary Center

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Details
462 Broadway 1st Floor Fl 1 (Grand St.)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 219-3300
French
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: Noon–2:00 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM
Singleplatform

Foursquare Tips

  • If you want to savor the food of the next Top Chef generation, stop in at LEcole for a preview. - Inspector
  • Check out Sunday Salons with Dave Martin and Jason Littrell.
  • Watch out for the soap dispenser in the lavatory. That thing will shoot you in the hip.
  • One of NYCs best-kept secrets! Brunch here is definitely on The Lunch Belle's top 5.
  • Enjoy their 4-course (5:30-7pm) or 5-course (8-9pm) prix fixe. Reservations highly recommended. Prepare to be stuffed with un bon diner!
  • Eat whatever they put in front of you...
  • Ask for a tour of the kitchen, try the creme brulee, great staff!Prix fix brunch for $23
  • Menu changes often. Roasted duck was amazing and I enjoyed the cavatelli with shrimp& fava beans appetizer. Pecan and chocolate truffle dessert was yummy. If u ask they will give u a kitchen tour.
  • asked to get a tour of the kitchen
  • L'Ecole, the restaurant at the International Culinary Center, Certainly one of the best deal in town and always delicious.
  • Makes one wonder if culinary students actually learn anything. Highly NOT recommended. Stay away.
  • Food and wine pairing is funky - Rose with sea bass? Um no thanks. Also, the food presentation is kinda bleh.
  • Food blogger Katherine of Fresalina recommends L'Ecole. "L'Ecole offers a seasonal prix fixe menu with your choice of two outstanding dinners: one made by professional chefs and one made by students."
  • The 4 course student menu at 8 is the way to go!
  • What I had @ l'ecole is what's in the picture and let me just say it was as good as it looks. L'ecole is a French restaurant where culinary students put their skills to the test & they all deserve A+!
  • Loveeee the food.
  • Dinner was amazing; dessert even better. Crime Brle brought me to tears.
  • Get the creme brulee. If you ask nicely, they might let you see the kitchens.
  • Enjoyed the food and the ambience, a restaurant I will put at the top of my list as places to eat.
  • Get the prix fixe for 38$ - v good 3 course deal for a fancy French time.