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  • Nuevo Latino, Mexican
  • 679 9th Ave, New York NY10036 40.761553 -73.99067
  • (Btwn 46th & 47th St)
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  • (212) 977-1588
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User Ratings (Based on 65 reviews)

3.9915
Food 4.4 Value 3.9
Service 4.0 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 977-1588
Fax:
fax
(212) 871-0927
Website:
www.hellskitchen-nyc.com
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Sun-Wed: 5pm-11pm Thu-Sat: 5pm-12am
Serves:
Dinner
Features:
Accepts Credit Cards
Min Delivery:
50.00
Delivery Area:
Within 10 block radius

User Reviews

  • Hell's Kitchen

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/03/2008

    Amazing food and service

    Went here last night and had one of the best meals I've had in a very long time. Flavors were delicious, unique and expertly layered. Portion size was perfect - left full but not stuffed. Waiter was extremely helpful and nice. I'm extremely sensitive to wheat/gluten, and we went above and beyond to make sure everything was safe for me to eat. Definitely recommend.

  • Hell's Kitchen

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/01/2008

    Best Meal in a Long Time...

    This place is incredible. I went out with a girlfriend and was treated to appetizers and dessert, compliments of the chef. Each meal was prepared delicately, and with wonderful layered flavors. I was extremely impressed by the perfect fusion of Latin and new American. The service was perfection. I will highly recommend this restaurant to all of my friends.

  • Hell's Kitchen

    Posted by G Boldwater on 12/02/2007

    Favorite Restaurant in NYC

    I live less than a block from Hell's Kitchen, and try and find excuses to treat myself to meals at this place as often as I can. The food is incredible, and at this point my girlfriend and myself have basically tried the entire menu after so many repeat visits. I would recommend Hell's kitchen to almost anyone, even those who stay away from Mexican food. It is incredible.

  • Hell's Kitchen

    Posted by Foody Mc Food on 12/01/2007

    maybe the best...

    I've done french laundry, per se, prune and even endured les halles. This could be the best tasting food I have ever had. The long island duck was silky and subtle, the black bean, cilantro, corn adn sour cream appetizer was outstanding with the sweet corn bread. The next time I am in town...I'm there!

  • Hell's Kitchen

    Posted by Traveler from out of state on 10/01/2007

    Pleasantly surprised!

    Our first visit to NYC, have eaten several good places but this has been the best so far! Recommended by a trusted local, we were able to get in for an early dinner but it was quickly packed, on a Monday night. The service started a little slow but once we ordered, the pace and attentiveness of the staff was wonderful...we weren't rushed, nor left waiting between courses, and the food was temperature perfect. The menu is small, but each dish we tried was unique in flavor and all were delicious. This is not your typical "Tex-Mex" cuisine... the ingredients and flavors are Mexican, but combined in an intriguing manner with beautiful presentation. Our appetizers were filet-mingon rolls stuffed with an avacado mixture, and venison small tacos ..both were great, filet rolls were fabulous. Entrees were tuna rubbed in a hot spice, served with yucca cake (both wonderful) and tiger shrimp served with slices of fried plantain and a surprisingly great julienne of vegetables (mixture of crispy and sauteed), which was really delicious. Desserts were coconut flan (yum) and a banana in pastry (also yum). We left wanting to 'try this at home'. It's a tiny restaurant, very good energy, pleasant warm atmosphere.

  • Hell's Kitchen

    Posted by Upper West Sider on 08/08/2007

    NY now offering Mexican Food with a kick

    I went on a Tue. night, and it was packed. I guess because the food, and drink selection leaves nothing else to be desired!The waiters are informed, but slow for a place with so much energy.

  • Hell's Kitchen

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/29/2007

    Entrees not worth the price.

    The drinks here are truely 5 star, the appetizers are 5 star, the entrees are not (4 star). The bar is way to small and there is no where else to wait. They don't let you leave the restaurant and come back after you are on the list. Our waitress wasn't anything special. We were one of the last couples at the restaurant and they turned the A/C on full blast to run us out!!! It was crazy. I wouldn't go back and I live 1/4 of block away.

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