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Eleven Madison Park
Posted by Max on 02/18/2009
Fantastic service, beautiful and artistically delectable food in a gorgeous (though not cozy) room. You really couldn't ask for more...except...the wine list (think Manhattan phone book) is way over the top. Not to say there aren't great wines on it, there are. But there are dirth of medium priced ($80-130) bottles. I was hosting a table of 12 and I needed something good, but not at $300 bucks each. next time, the wine pairings.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/16/2009
Eleven Madison Park exceeded our expectations. We went here to celebrate my birthday and I couldn't be more pleased with the service and food. The knowledgeable sommelier was very helpful in selecting wine. Although we ordered the 3-course prix-fixe, we ended up with 6 courses in total. They were very attentive to any food allergies/preferences we had and easily were able to accommodate us. The souffle was the perfect end to an unforgettable meal.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/29/2008
I dont normally eat at fancy places, but restaurant week offers me the luxury to do so. The service and food at lunch today were unimaginably good... I had a salmon in cold pea/ asparagus soup (sounds disgusting but tastes very good, and has a fancy name so I went for it, a roasted chicken with something (dont know what) stuffed in it, with olives and artichokes, and then a chocolate brownie/ custard with passion fruit. This is the best experience that I have had. Very complex flavors, very unpretentious, professional and caring service and excellent suggestions.
Posted by St Louis Irvines on 06/05/2008
We always come to Eleven Madison Park when in Manhattan. It has been a couple years but, since we are from Danny Meyers' home town, we like to support him. It is disappointing that one person can spoil an evening, especially when previous visits had been so welcoming. The people at the front desk were great. But the "waiter-maitre'd" (don't know what his title was!) was so formal and distracted, we felt we were a bother. In addition, although we had had only two courses of the three-course dinner, he brought us the bill. I had to remind him we were owed a dessert. The cute little wine sommelier was very attentive. But the waiter-maitre'd never did ask what we wanted for dessert. So we had the wine to accompany a dessert, but no dessert. When he delivered the check, I told him we had yet to get a dessert and he left. The sommelier had to tell him what we wanted for dessert. After dessert, no one asked us if we wanted coffee, tea, anything. Just brought the check again. And we left, disappointed from what we had hoped would be a highlight of our trip to NYC! Previously, we always looked on Eleven Madison Park as such a friendly and happy place. Maybe that atmosphere is "gone with the wind."
Posted by John from Chelsea on 04/24/2008
While strolling home from work the other evening, I decided to have dinner before going home. I found myself near Madison Square Park and dediced to just stop into Eleven Madison Park to see if there was a seat at the bar and if I could eat dinner there. Even better, there were small tables in the bar area where "first-come, first served" diners can have a meal with no reservations. I was greeted warmly at the door and was told I could sit wherever I chose in the area. The waitperson was extremely gracious and professional. I had a cocktail and chose from the bar menu which offered few but all delicioius items. I was treated like royalty, even as a drop in single. Eleven Madison Park is a true gem among the NYC dining scene.
Posted by Best dinner experience in NYC on 02/11/2008
I took my partner here on our anniversary, and it was such a wonderful experience. Yes, it is a more upscale restaurant but worth every penny. The staff was very professional & very attentive. I loved the apple brandy martini. The amuse bouche was amazing. It looked like candies. I was also very impressed with their foie gras course. Another highlight was our duck-for-2 course. The chef came out to show us the whole duck just made. It looked beautiful. Then our server returned with the fileted duck. It was presented so beautifully. I enjoyed our dinner so very much, even more than Le Bernardin. I love the dining room at Eleven Madison Park.
Posted by JennD on 01/29/2008
Eleven Madison Park is not cheap by any means but it was well worth the price. My husband and I felt like royalty. The service was impeccable as was the food. The portions are not huge but by the end of the night you will be satisfied. Besides the three course meal we ordered we were served 3 additional plates of food. Our first course of extras was a plate of bite sized hors d'ourves that included sweetbreads, tuna tartar, foie gras and goat cheese. My main course of venison was tender, moist and rich. My husbands suckling pig was cooked to perfection with a great crispy skin. We had a side dish of shredded venison, foie gras and topped with potato. I could eat this everyday. To top it off the wine was perfect. The sommelier chose a red wine that paired great with my venison. For a special occasion this restaurant is perfect and highly recommended.