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Asiate

Mandarin Oriental New York
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  • Asian Fusion, American (New)
  • 80 Columbus Circle 35th Fl, New York NY10023 40.767932 -73.982449
  • (At 60th St)
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  • (212) 805-8881
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User Ratings (Based on 51 reviews)

3.795
Food 3.7 Value 3.4
Service 3.7 Atmosphere 4.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 805-8881
Website:
www.mandarinoriental.com/newyork/fine-dining/asiate/
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Tue-Thu: 6pm-10pm Fri-Sat: 6pm-10:30pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Great Views, Group Dining, Prix Fixe, Romantic, Tasting Menu, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Asiate

    Posted by NYC Foodie on 02/10/2006

    Absolute Disappointment At A High Price

    The menu is somewhat bizarre but as our group has relatively sophisticated palates we were looking forward to tasting most of the items on the menu. The food ranged from okay to poor and most dishes were not served hot. The wait staff seemed robotic and never asked if everything was okay even when picking up barely eaten plates. We even had to pour our own wine. The restaurant and view are beautiful but do yourself a favor and have a drink in the hotel lobby and eat somewhere else!

  • Asiate

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/09/2006

    Great food...

    Wow... went there with 6 of us. Everything was delicious! It's not that expensive when you think about the quality of the food! Of course, most of us can't afford a $75 per person dinner every night, but definitely worth it for a special occasion!

  • Asiate

    Posted by D. Bee on 12/13/2005

    Does It Get Better Than This....Yes!

    It's all about the view. If you are a guest at the hotel it's okay...the room is small, the wine steward needs lessons, the maitre 'd needs manners, all in all it's not a re-order.

  • Asiate

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/02/2005

    Attentive staff, great food!

    I went to Asiate last night with my boyfriend (it was for my birthday), and we had a really great experience! When he called for a reservation, he had asked for a table by the window. The person who took the call said she'll try, but it'll be difficult because all the tables by the windows are for 4, and we were only 2 people. But when my boyfriend pressed on, saying that it was for my birthday. And she totally came through, and we got a table by the window! And the food, ah, it was amazing! Loved how all the ingredients just blended together so perfectly. Loved the presentation too! It was a little pricey, but totally worth it for a special occasion! My boyfriend also said that Asiate would be a great place for a business meal. You can actually hear the other person without going, "Huh, what?" Very attentive staff, great ambience, and of course, the view was awesome! Highly recommend!

  • Asiate

    Posted by Foodie on 11/25/2005

    What a view, but the food...

    was not so good. Went there for Thanksgiving-yes I know it wasn't thier regular menu but it would have been better to serve potato chips and dip instead of cold food that I had to return twice until the manager made things right. Nice service people but for such a classy location/space somebody better wise up!

  • Asiate

    Posted by anon on 09/17/2005

    Nice view, mediocre food.....

    Yes everyone raves on about the view, I guess if you don't have an apartment in the Trump tower then this is as close to it as it gets for the rest of us....My husband and I are real foodies, we like to try all the new restaurants about town, we were pretty disappointed with his appetizer, the crab dish, it tasted like something you would get on an airplane. I had the grilled shrimp with XO sauce, if any of you have eaten out in asia, you will know that XO sauce comes in a bottle that you can buy in the supermarket....so I don't call this haute cuisine by any means. The main courses "wagyu beef" and "duck" were pretty unexciting, the restaurants only saving point was that the desserts were good but not outstanding as what you would get at Jean George. PS: if you want the view but don't want to spend the bucks, get a table at the lobby lounge, we had lunch there too and honestly the $30 noodle dish is probably comparable to this $200 meal.

  • Asiate

    Posted by The Reardons on 08/27/2005

    Can't Get Any Better

    We went there for our 25th. Being culinary fanatics we were totally impressed with everything about Asiate. Unfortunately we were late due to traffic and had reservations for a show so we thought we wouldn't be able to be seated, eat and be on time for the next event. WRONG! Everything was PERFECT -- they made sure everything was presented on time -- the service was superb as was the atmosphere. Food couldn't have been prepared or presented better. We are going back again! We are recommending Asiate to everyone.

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