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Was in the area after a walk on the High Line, when stepped into Chelsea Market, I decided to give it a shot without a reservation.
If you want fresh, delicious seafood, Cull & Pistol is where you need to go. I tried loyster, but I prefer the lobster roll! Cooked with connecticut style, was full of fresh large pieces drizzled perfectly with warm butter!
The place is very casual and busy, service was excellent without being overbearing and quality was very high. So the next day I came back for this!
Cull & Pistol Oyster Bar
address: 75 9th Ave Chelsea Market, New York City
hours: 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
As the flagship building in the New York Public Library system, it also can be considered as a landmark in Midtown Manhattan. I remember the day I came was pouring heavily, the main entrance steps are just right at Fifth Avenue at its intersection with East 41st St.
The whole structure was designed with the Beaux-Arts style, and my favourite room is the Rose Reading Room of Carrere & Hastings, when I sit here, and surrounded in books, the atmosphere is a little bit spiritual in some degree.
This place is huge and gets super packed. Reservations are best. The food is absolutely delish. I highly recommend the jumbo lump crab cake, salt & pepper prawns, salt & pepper lobster, beijing chicken, pow pow beef, jue lan special rice and the carrot cake. The drink Kiss by a Rose was so delicious and refreshing. The service was great. The vibe and atmosphere was really awesome. This place is great for groups or date night. I will definitely be going back. Super impressed with Jue Lan Club.
Loved the ambiance! It was my first time here and I loved it! Customer service was on top of their game- they made sure we were doing okay and were very friendly. Food and drinks were awesome! Really had a great time and can't wait to go back.
Such a hidden gem!
I came here for Sunday night drinks with my friend and was pleasantly surprised. The space is HUGE for NYC and the décor is so cute and fun.
It's feminine-mod vibes with high ceilings. Think pink, spacious and comfortable plush/velvet seating with the pineapple theme tastefully sprinkled throughout.
I ordered the that's bananas and it was strong at first but you have to let the giant ice cubes melt a little, sip on it, and you'll appreciate the banana and coconut cream flavors later on.
My friend ordered the pineapple chili margarita, and she also at first thought it was too spicy, but ended up loving the spice mixed with pineapple.
We both agreed it's a great place to come with a group of friends, the music is pleasant indie-pop-ish but not too loud.
We sat in the middle area but there's options to sit by the bar in the front, in the tables/booths by the front, the middle, then there's a whole downstairs- equally cute décor and spacious, but it was closed due to COVID.
Also the service is A-1. The waiter sir was so nice and friendly- like happy to be there, which I noted and appreciate.
My time at Kimika was truly special, cross cultural experience in cuisine worth to have. Incredible and balance taste. Chef Christine brings technic and taste Into a unique journey of culinary.
Had dinner with a friend here Thursday night. We were lucky enough to snag a table, but definitely make a reservation ahead of time if you can. This place did not disappoint. It was hard to narrow down what to try but we decided on 4 dishes and shared them all: tuna tartare, beef dish with mochi (forgot the name!), pizzette fritte w/ uni and the soy butter bigoli. The tuna tartare is a little salty if you’re sensitive to salt but all the flavors work really well together. I would say that and the soy butter bigoli were my favorite but everything was really good. I wasn’t really sure what to expect from a Japanese-Italian place but it exceeded expectations.
Everything was super rich in texture and flavor! I had the peach salad as a starter and it was super fresh and delicious, great to have for this summer weather. As a main, I had the truffle pasta paired with a Pinot noir and I loved the richness of the sauce with the hint of truffle. Everything was delicious. The only downside is that they ran out of desserts and coffee at the end of the night so feel like I was missing that to end my night on of a super high note. But, will definitely come back again.
Yes yes yes!!! You have to go to this place. We did the pasta tasting and absolutely adored tasting all the different styles of pasta they offered. The tasting allowed us to eat more types of pasta without getting so full from just one type. All pastas were cooked al dente and thoughtfully put together. Their pistachio cheesecake was amazing. Highly recommend you try that.
I loved the atmosphere at this place. The wide open indoors with French tiling on the walls and rustic wood ceiling is very authentic. It blends with the outdoor through the open window front and the patio seating. Service was excellent, with my glass never even getting half-empty and a very friendly easier tolerating our indecisiveness without a blink. Great aromatic coffee, good non-alcoholic drink options available. In terms of food, we especially liked the Croque Madame and the Scandinavian eggs. Also worth mentioning that they were very rigorous with proof of vaccination so make sure to bring your vaccination card / pass AND corresponding ID card.
Armani brings fashion to your plate. If you think you would enjoy good looking attentive Italian men anticipating your every need, the service will be unmatched elsewhere. If that doesn't do it for you, then the off the charts plating, perfectly combined flavor profiles and the carefully thought out chef designed "extras" absolutely make this experience.
Came here for dinner during NYC Restaurant Week and tried the prix fixie menu. Food was absolutely delicious, service was exceptional. Located above the Armani store; take the elevator up. We were seated right away, took a bit long to get the menu but after that service was great. Waiter (I think his name was Sergio) was very attentive and would look over at our table every once in a while to make sure we were good. Each dish came out at the right time, they even added a chocolate Happy Birthday square and candle even though it wasn’t requested. Drinks were a bit pricey but well made. Ambiance was nice but if you don’t like a loud atmosphere during your meal I wouldn’t recommend coming here. Overall a great experience.
An amazing restaurant.... Fresh, delicious and priced reasonably. One of my favorite places to go when we go out to eat. The food is amazing, the staff are friendly, waiters are efficient and timely and just an overall pleasant experience every time we come to Madre's. The drinks are delicious and I recommend the El Chapo Y Kate with Mezcal. The entire menu is pretty good and the drinks from the bar is very tasty. They do have handmade tortillas which in my opinion is the best and only ones to use. The Mezcal flight is delicious and a great value. If you're in the neighborhood, I recommend trying this place out. You won't be disappointed