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Mont Blanc

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  • Swiss, Austrian, Italian
  • 315 W 48th St, New York NY10036 40.761556 -73.987655
  • (Btwn 8th & 9th Ave)
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  • (212) 582-9648
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User Ratings (Based on 29 reviews)

4.015
Food 4.1 Value 4.0
Service 4.1 Atmosphere 3.9

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 582-9648
Fax:
fax
(212) 957-1248
Website:
www.montblancrestaurant.com
Notes:
Private Parties Business Dining Visa, MC, AmEx, DC
Hours:
Lunch: Mon-Fri: 12pm - 3pm Brunch: Sat-Sun: 12pm - 3pm Dinner: Tue-Sat: 4:30pm - 12am Sun-Mon: 4:30pm -10:30pm Bar: Daily: noon-closing
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Business Dining, Cheap Eats, Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Prix Fixe, Live Entertainment, Online Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Mont Blanc

    Posted by anonymous on 09/02/2010

    Unbelievable business lunch

    Today was my third visit to this restaurant. It has become my favorite theatre district eatery. The business lunch is a tremendous value both for quality and quantity. I had to skip dinner tonight. My wife and I had two different fish dishes, i.e., salmon and talapia with happy results. The service is efficient, friendly and unrushed. It was a delicious and relaxing experience. The owner and the waiter helped to give the restaurant a nice welcome atmosphere.

  • Mont Blanc

    Posted by Mr Happy on 07/26/2010

    Excellent

    we went to this restaurant last week, it was great, the food, the service and the atmosphere. the owner works on site and is very attentive. we arrived at 10:45 after a show.

  • Mont Blanc

    Posted by WallFly on 07/19/2010

    Small bit of Europe in the theater district

    Stopped in on a lark -- in a place like Manhattan, where there's a Japanese or Thai place on every corner, Swiss food becomes something exotic. But I was glad I dropped by. First, the atmosphere. Everything, from the "forced" atrium area holding back the weight of tree branches in the courtyard, to the faded stains washed into the tablecloth, to the slight chip in the base of my water glass, all the way to the stoic, professional waiters, radiates a kind of tarnished elegance, like a remote, B-list ski chalet restaurant that's doing its best to compete with the celebrity hotspots. My dining companions were a group of older New Yorkers, slightly nonplussed by the food selection. They couldn't figure out whether this was a French or Italian restaurant. The menu is actually heavy with German-influenced dishes, so, rather than fighting against the tide I rolled with it. My cold smoked trout appetizer came to the table on a platter overflowing with potato salad, gherkins, pickled beets, cucumbers, lettuce, cold cabbage, cherry tomatoes, and on and on. The veal bratwurst was pasty white and nourishing, the skin brown speckled from the grill. The supporting cast this time included fried onions in a broth reduction, a huge plate of nicely rendered rosti potatoes, and your basic vegetable of the day (broccoli and cauliflower in a light cheese) sauce, topped off by a screw tube of what the waiter proudly described as Swiss mustard. The cherry sundae dessert was nothing remarkable, but didn't skimp on ripe, sweet cherries. The bottle of Swiss wine (Dole des Monts from Valais) was actually the highlight of the meal. A light-bodied red (a rarity), this blend of Gamay (Beaujolais) and Pinot Noir is mild enough to go with salad, but has enough substance to stand up to many meat or fish dishes. The markup from retail is also not excessive. For a quick vacation in Switzerland, minus the skiing, drop by Mont Blanc for an exotically normal meal to liven up an average night.

  • Mont Blanc

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/20/2010

    A Real Treat!

    Two friends and I dined at Mont Blanc last weekend before the theatre and what a treat! We were seated in a small room across from the "patio" entrance, yet the area was cozy and not stuffed with patrons. By "patio," I mean a small area actually outside, but it's so small and sanwiched between buildings, you can only see the sky above you, if you can see past the umbrellas and celing facades. The waitstaff was attentive and jovial, even though they were moving like lightning as per usual in NYC. The food was marvelous and reminded me of the Europe I love so much. It would take too long to describe everthing we had, but suffice it to say, everything was delicious! We would return in a heartbeat and probably will next autumn! We highly recommend Mont Blanc!

  • Mont Blanc

    Posted by Pappajohn on 11/13/2009

    Excellent Choice

    We wanted to find a nice comfortable restaurant to meet our nephew for dinner. We chose Mont Blanc and crossed our fingers. Our choice turned out to be an excellent one. I had a feeling it would be a good choice when I made the reservation. The person was warm, friendly and welcoming. So was the atmosphere in the restaurant. We got there at 6 pm and there was a genuine local crowd at the bar. Some were eating dinner, most were laughing. We had the fixed price menu and it was great. I'm a pea soup lover. Their's was outstanding. I had the veal dumpling. It was just as I expected and the potato pancake (another favorite of mine) was well made. The apple strudel for desert was also very good. No complaints. No trendy frills; just good food, well prepared and presented. I would go back tomorrow.

  • Mont Blanc

    Posted by Laura on 07/04/2009

    Everything was wonderful

    Two years ago we discovered this restaurant when we happened to pick the hotel next door to stay. The food was wonderful, steak was huge and cooked perfectly. The potato dish was fluffy, looked like a potato pancake but much larger and enough for four of us to share. In our recent four day visit the four of us dined here three times. Every dish was as good as the last. Brand the bar tender was interesting and made us feel welcome and Maria the owner made it feel like we were visiting a relative. Can't wait for our return trip next year so we can once again enjoy their superior meals and friendly service.

  • Mont Blanc

    Posted by pete f on 06/25/2009

    Nobody does it better

    Lunch special is one of best bargains in town. Food is amazing, great dumplings, cheese fondue (best in the city) and baked clams.

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