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  • Chinese, Asian Fusion
  • 60 W 53rd St, New York NY10019 40.761254 -73.978765
  • (Btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
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  • (212) 333-7788
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User Ratings (Based on 82 reviews)

Food 3.9 Value 3.0
Service 3.8 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 333-7788
(212) 956-7062
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Order From China Grill for delivery & takeout
Visa, MC, AmEx, DC Happy Hour Mon-Fri: 4pm-7pm Bar Hours Mon-Fri: 11:45am-Close Sat-Sun: 5:30pm-Close
Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:45am-4:30pm Sat: 12pm-5pm Dinner Mon: 5pm-10pm Tue-Thu: 5pm-10:30pm Fri-Sat: 5pm-11:30pm Sun: 3pm-10pm
Lunch, Dinner
Business Dining, Group Dining, Outdoor Dining, Prix Fixe, Tasting Menu, Pre/Post Theater, Happy Hour, Gluten Free Items, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • China Grill

    Posted by Ann on 08/14/2004

    Too Cool for School

    Our waiter oozed scorn and could barely stand to wait on Restaurant Week patrons. The room is fun, though, and it's especially enjoyable watching the patrons and hosts who are so sexy they just can't stand themselves. It's a lot like Atlanta in there--big, new, sterile, brash, and nouveau riche. It's kind of hard to concentrate on the food because of all the boobs spilling out all over the place--and I'm a heterosexual chick. To be fair, the noodles, spring rolls, and the cream cheese mousse were excellent, and the bus people were really busting their humps. Try the Ravenswood Zinfandel, too. But beware the chicken entree, one of the worst dishes I've ever tasted. At first we thought it just needed some sauce, then we found the sauce at the bottom of the plate. It didn't need that sauce, that's for sure. The dish was accompanied by cabbage and onion rings, ingredients that have nothing in common except their low cost. You could probably have a good time, though, if you avoided this dish, put on your wonder-bra, and copped an attitude on the waiter before he could do the same to you.

  • China Grill

    Posted by good but expensive on 02/20/2004

    Family Style Asian

    I absolutely Loved the Peking Duck Salad - the "small" salad is large enough for an entree or to share between 2 people as an appetizer and it was delicious. I enjoyed the Szechuan beef but did not like the Drunken Chicken dish. The dessert was fabulous in taste and in presentation. (I think it was key lime pie) Waitress was very good, hosts are a bit snooty.

  • China Grill

    Posted by Peter Weller on 02/12/2004

    Great food: On the coorporate card

    Try the Lobster rolls they are incredile

  • China Grill

    Posted by Foodlover on 10/27/2003

    Amazing Asian

    Dining at The China Grill is an experience. Yes it is expensive but worth your every dollar. Start with the beef short ribs, pot stickers, or one the salads. I like the crispy calamari salad. Perfectly friend baby calamari with assorted greens and an incredible dressing. The crunchiness of the calamari with the greens is an amazing combination. I love the Lobster dish with Crispy Spinach along with a side order of the Wasabi Mashed Pototoes or the Fried Rice. Be sure to also try the steak dish. Finish it off with Bannnas in the Box and don't forget the drinks- one of the best Cosmos in the city! If a native of NY or just visiting go to the China Grill.

  • China Grill

    Posted by coolhand on 05/23/2003

    Much more than you would expect

    I've been to The China Grill many times over the years, so I've had planty of chances to sample their menu. It really hasn't changed much over the years, but why tamper with perfection? The first thing you'll notice when you enter the restaurant is how big it is. I've been to a lot of the finest restaurants in the city; Le Cirque, The Four Seasons, Tavern on the Green, just to name a few, and I believe The China Grill is one of the most spacious and finest restaurants I've ever been to. The restaurant is split into two sections. In between you'll pass the kitchen and the bar. Very high ceilings and provocatively decorated throughout. Even going to the restrooms is an adventure. An assortment of two size martini's are available, regular and jumbo, which can be fun if you're with your significant other. As you look over the menu you'll realize calling this restaurant "chinese" would not be doing "the Grill" justice. Most of the dishes are served for more than one to enjoy, so be sure not to over order. At first the menu might seem a little pricey, but since sharing is a must, your final tally should not be as bad as you might expect. The last time I dined at the Grill there were 8 of us in my party and with drinks, tax and tip the total was about $400. The food is superb and whatever you order you should be delighted. There isn't a bad choice on the menu. My favorite would be Tempura Sashimi, followed by Peking Duck Salad and then Szechaun Pepper Crusted Filet of Beef as the main course. Delious!!! and the deserts are a must! anything chocolate is great! I'm sure there are more overall enjoyable eating experiences than The China Grill somewhere in the city, but I haven't found it. Bon Appetite!

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