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Le Cirque

One Beacon Court
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  • French
  • 151 E 58th St, New York NY10022 40.761436 -73.968249
  • (Btwn Lexington & 3rd Ave)
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  • (212) 644-0202
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User Ratings (Based on 56 reviews)

Food 3.8 Value 3.2
Service 3.8 Atmosphere 4.1

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 644-0202
Jackets Required For Gentlemen In The Dining Room And Suggested In The Café Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:45am-2:30pm Dinner Mon-Sat: 5:30pm-11pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Business Dining, Good for Groups, Lunch Special, Online Reservations, People Watching, Pre/Post Theater, Private Parties, Prix Fix Menus, Tasting Menu, Wheelchair Accessible
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User Reviews

  • Le Cirque

    Posted by Pablo on 11/02/2010

    Birthday Dinner

    The food was a mixed of tasty and bland food, or well executed and badly executed. I wish that they have QUALITY CONTROL before serving the food because it is very disappointing to eat a bland and boring food. And at the same time, I can get a good Chinese food with great taste and flavor for less money. If you love wine and some high ambience and pampered with excellent service, maybe this is your place, but not for the food that you expect for that high price.

  • Le Cirque

    Posted by GS on 08/22/2010

    Mixed Reivews, but overall great

    My husband and I went to Le Crique for our anniversary. We decided to spurlge and go for the tasting menu ($110pp). The amuse bouche was delicisous so we thought we were in for a superb meal. However we were quite disappointed by the first two courses, the scallops and the foie gras, both way too salty. The scallops were so salty that they were almost inedible, we were both so surprised. The courses did get better as we continued the night. The corn soup was absolutely delicious ( we ordered it instead of the prawns), probably the highlight of our meal. The cod was and rack of lamb were great however we were so full by this point. The cheese platter was a nice touch and the chocolate souffle was the best souffle I had ever had, and the portion was much larger than I expected. So overall it was a great night. Too bad the better courses came out last when we were already so full.

  • Le Cirque

    Posted by Adriana on 08/22/2010


    One word describes our experience at Le Cirque last Thursday.........Flawless!

  • Le Cirque

    Posted by D on 08/05/2010

    great meal, restaurant week

    I just enjoyed a fantastic meal at le cirque for restaurant week with my BF and parents. I had not been to the new location of le cirque so figured it would be great to try it again for restaurant week. There were several options on the menu which was nice. Sometimes restaurants only have two choices. I ordered the heirloom tart, trout and rice pudding. The heirloom tart was beyond, the trout was delicious and a large portion. The rice pudding was just OK, but my BF had the creme brulee and it was amazing. They were known for the creme brulee back in the old location and even in the new location it was still great. The restaurant did a great job to intrique us and want to come back and order from the regular menu. I also tried a taste of the salmon, chicken cordon blue and those were excellent as well. I would highly recemmend. Go experience Le Cirque!

  • Le Cirque

    Posted by A New Yorker on 07/18/2010


    We booked on a Friday night for a Restaurant Week dinner for four. The food was very good, if sparse. However, there is something else amiss. As a customer who has gone to Le Cirque outside Restaurant Week, I can vouch that the service is not anywhere near their usual. You almost feel that they are looking down at the hoi-polloi. No leisurely pause after dinner, when you order your entree, you have to tell them your dessert. 'Please just eat and get out' is the mood. Dinner for four with tax (w/o tip) was $261.30. This included six glasses of wine. The cheapest glass of wine is $14.00. The worst part of all was the heat. Owner’s son kept fanning himself with a menu. Nobody forces Le Cirque to participate in Restaurant Week. The point of it is to get people to experience and return to your restaurant. Not me.

  • Le Cirque

    Posted by Anon on 07/15/2010

    A little disappointing

    I just went here for restaurant week and overall, the food tasted really good. But there were 3 unforgiveable sins committed in the name of high end french food: 1) My companion received only 1 tiny lamb filet. I wouldn't have thought anything of this until he told me that the person sitting behind me, who ordered the same menu, received 2 on his plate. 2) No one scraped our table for crumbs at any point during the meal; this is not ok at a fine dining establishment. 3) Both of our meats were very overcooked. My beef (ordered medium rare) was grey inside...though shockingly tender... and my companion's lamb was grey as well, a total crime on 2 good pieces of meat.

  • Le Cirque

    Posted by soniellum on 03/13/2010

    High Expectations, Incredible pay off

    A classic restaurant that lives up to its reputation. Great food, excellent presentation and incredible taste. Gnocchi with Escargot and Arugula was a total surprise flavor combination, the pork belly was an amazing balance of crispy and moist textures playing off each other. Absolutely a delight. Overall its an experience that is worth it!

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