The Low Down
Know Before You Go: In addition to a $40 lunch, there are two tasting menus: a $135 "Le Bernardin" menu and an eight course chef's menu for $180 ($320 with wine parings).
Know Before You Go: Just because it's fish and very light, don't assume that it isn't filling (or fattening).
What to Drink: Sommelier Aldo Sohm is the best in the business and has the awards to prove it. Drink whatever he tells you to.
Fun Fact: Despite Le Bernardin's reputation as a seafood house, the kobe-and-escolar surf and turf is one of the most popular dishes on the menu.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Since the brother-and-sister team of the late Gilbert and Maguy Le Coze opened the restaurant in 1986, Le Bernardin has highlighted the New York dining scene---enlightening diners with what was then---and still is---a revolutionaryâ¦
By Mario S. at Judy's Book
Their staff is very competent, two people tried to open my door and were not able to and then this locksmith came and opened it without a problem. Read More
Top French Resturant
By Bakisye O at Insider Pages
Le Bernardin has been the best French Resturant that I have been to.The food was amazing as well as the service I felt right at home. Read More
if you come back again, again, .
By zweito at Gayot
The problem with chef Eric is that he doesn't have any competition in this town, therefore he's gotten stale with his cooking over the years. The 4... Read More
By Ane E at Insider Pages
This place is the classiest restaurant in Manhattan. The service is tip top! The food is amazing. The prices are amazing also, especially the wi... Read More
By Deborah C at Insider Pages
We have been to this restaurant many times & have never been disappointed. the chef is always in the kitchen & the fish is perfectly prepared. For ... Read More