The Low Down
Fun Fact: Mssr. Boulud may be the last of the great French chef-proprietors who made his bones the old-fashioned way, learning cooking from Roger Verget, Georges Blanc, and the Troigrois brothers, and front-of-the-house stagecraft from Sirio Maccioni.
Know Before You Go: Two prix-fixe menus are offered. Three courses for $105 or six courses for $175.
What to Drink: Wine pairings ensure a perfect match and can be less expensive than purchasing several bottles. Pairings range in price, but average $80 to $90 per person.
Where to Sit: The chef's glass-enclosed skybox, a celeb favorite, sits above the kitchen. It's available for four Monday through Wednesday, with an eight-course tasting menu required ($1,000 total).
Look Good: No reservation? Grab a seat at the bar and sample a superbly mixed cocktail.
Know Before You Go: Two prix-fixe menus are offered. Three courses for $98 or six courses for $165.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by KidScore at KidScore
One of the best restaurants in the city (and arguably in the world) Daniel is a memorable experience for adults, but not the place to bring young kids...
By Dr B. at Judy's Book
For our 30th, I had to find something nice to treat my wife for all the great years we have been together. DB has kept this restaurant running fo... Read More
By at Gayot
Daniel Boulud, born in Lyon, is very comfortable in the garb of Lord of the manor at this Venetian palace. Daniel is as majestic as modest in this ... Read More
By rajeshnba at Menuism
I liked Restaurant very much. Items in restaurant are good. Food Quality is good. Service provided by... Read More
By ramprasadk43 at Menuism
Restaurant is so good i liked it very much. I would like to visit it again and again. Awesome! Food and... Read More
Great menu, great service
By Albert K. at Judy's Book
If you are looking for a romantic spot to grab a nice lunch with a date, Restaurant Daniel is it. The ambiance is classy, the menu is always exquis... Read More