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Posted by anonymous on 04/26/2011
le caprice has great food! i mean this is quality! a few negatives they give tiny portions, i mean it wasnt even enought for my young daughter! the atmosphere does not suit the pierre hotel. may i suggest the pasta with wild boar ragu (and ask for a FULL portion) and the scandanavian iced berries with white chocolate sauce.
Posted by 98rsd on 03/30/2011
Followed by one of my all-time favorite desserts: iced Scandinavian berries with hot white chocolate sauce.
Posted by John on 02/20/2011
We enjoyed Caprice when it first opened and compared it to the London Caprice which we knew well, but it has changed so much I don't think we'll go back though we live close by. E.G. Ordered chicken pot pie. Broke the cold crust and inside found only a murky liquid. Sent it back, but was told ordering a replacement would take half an hour. Didn't have time. Left hungry. And what happened to all the charming young waiters Caprice was famous for in London and also in NY? All gone. Ordered a creme caramel for desert which is usually served warm. This one was fresh from the freezer.
Posted by Michelle on 07/16/2010
Just went here with a friend for restaurant week. I'm a rather picky either, she's more adventurous. After looking at the menu online, I figured I would eat something from each course. We got there. Flat water is $7 from the bottle (in case you aren't aware when they start pouring). We both ordered from the prix fixe lunch menu. For an appetizer, I ordered the chilled tomato soup. I'm not really a fan of tomato soup, but it's something I'll eat. Neither of their other appetizers were anything I would eat. It was good, but I ate it slowly and I didn't finish it. The waitresses kept watching me and giving me dirty looks. On the other hand, more than once they came to see if I liked it. I said I did, because it was fine and I'm sure someone who actually likes tomatoes would enjoy it very much. My main course (chicken milanese) and my friend's main course (pea risotto) were great. The servings were large and we had them wrapped. My friend had the Eton mess for dessert (also very good) and I had the honeycomb ice cream. Our actual waitress was very nice, but I got a general, chilly, somewhat "put-off" vibe from the rest of the staff. Sorry, your choice in appetizers just wasn't for me! Don't take it personally!!