Le Turtle

French, Modern European
$ $ $
177 Chrystie St
New York, NY 10002
(646) 918-7189
Monday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Thursday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Saturday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday
6:00pm - 11:00pm

Tips

  • Run do not walk to Le Turtle for the pickled cauliflower + broccoli rabb salad and roasted chicken for two!
  • We had the lamb and wagyu - delicious!!! We loved the place
  • Love the lamb and wagyu!
  • chicken dish was
  • very Lower East Side-y place; good date spot!
  • Cute spot for a date, and the menu is made for sharing. We recommend the summer zucchini dish
  • Why the hype? Over priced wine by the glass and tiny portions. Bye!
  • They carry the bread from Roberta's. So good.
  • Very good, from the Freeman's ppl the cheese plate is outstanding and I would get the chicken for 2 next time.
  • Food is good but this spot is all about the vibe. Try to get the one elevated table for 4 to have a real intimate evening surrounded by the cool kids buzzing around you
  • Cool sexy spot for the area. The apps are better than the pricey three entries, but everyone has to try the incredibly moist whole chicken. Little ice creams are fun & worth it. Great service.
  • foie gras torchon. dry aged beef carpaccio. wagyu beef cheeks. whole chicken is a must!
  • such a beautifully cozy, minimal design and environment - perfect for a catch up dinner with a friend. try anything on the menu and share
  • a beautifully-designed space. the duck is fantastic. so are the mushrooms on the side.
  • The tardivo is a delicious winter salad. This place is hip, but I couldn't help thinking it was overpriced. Plenty of spots in the neighborhood that are as tasty & fun without spending $32 on shrooms.
  • Romantic and good for dates. The chicken to share is recommended but there are many other delicious options if you forgo it
  • The waygu beef was the clear winner, followed closely by the kohlrabi bisque. The host might roll his eyes at you when you ask to hang your coat but besides that it's a great spot.
  • It's a scene but tasty dishes to share with a group. Try any of the veggies, chicken liver, and roast chicken for two.
  • The bread and fresh cheese are a great combo. The chicken for two is simplistic but excellently cooked
  • Service was snooty, chicken was delicious, scallops a tiny bit undercooked, steak ok, chocolate cake and lemon disappointing. Ambience was lovely. If on a date, ask for the single table in the nook.