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Rue 57

Brasserie Parisienne et Sushi Bar
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    $$$$$18.01 - $25
    $$$$12.01 - $18
    $$$7.01 - $12
    $Less than $7
  • French, American (New), Sushi
  • 60 W 57th St, New York NY10019 40.764059 -73.976874
  • (At 6th Ave)
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  • (212) 307-5656
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User Ratings (Based on 64 reviews)

Food 3.8 Value 3.3
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 307-5656
(212) 307-9056
Place Order:
Order From Rue 57 for delivery & takeout
Delivery Take Out Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC
Mon-Fri: 7:30am-12am Sat-Sun: 9am-12am
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Group Dining, Outdoor Dining, People Watching, Pre/Post Theater, Happy Hour, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Private Parties
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User Reviews

  • Rue 57

    Posted by NYC28 on 06/07/2010

    From good to bad

    This place has seriously gone downhill over the past couple of years. I used to think the food was pretty consistent and a good value but the last couple of times I went here I was very disappointed. At this point it is almost equal to le express which is a fair priced french diner. The mussels I had last time were fishy, way overcooked and gritty not to mention cold and the white wine was served warm. When I asked for a chilled glass of white wine they brought back the same wine in a chilled glass. Big turn off on a hot summer day when you just want a glass of crisp cold white wine. I also will say that I feel that the dishes (especially the sushi) are way overpriced and just average. The service was okay but since I went on a Monday it was obvious that the B team was in full effect. Will not be returning back here.

  • Rue 57

    Posted by aje on 04/23/2010

    Not recommended

    We ordered skirt steak and a hamburger. Skirt steak was as tough as rubber with a freaky mixture of some odd veggie and chopped avocado (duh!), hamburger arrived cold and when asked for Wortchester sauce they wouldn't bring a full bottle just gave about 4 tablespoons in a small plate. The place had an unpleasant odor like stinky cheese. The noise level was such that you had to scream to hear each other.

  • Rue 57

    Posted by Indietny on 01/20/2010

    Happy hour!

    This was a great after work stop before the girls and I head out on the town. The wine was great and the pear salad was very nice. Good place for a drink and something lite to eat.

  • Rue 57

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/13/2008

    Cool NYC atmosphere , skip the food

    On "Girls" weekend, we sat down at the sidewalk table for a evening of drinks and appetizers. As the glasses of wine kept flowing ,the food wasn't getting better. We had burned bread which we asked to return for a fresh loaf and the waiter replied, " Uh, that's how they make them". We ordered the yellowfin tuna that was not good. However, we did like the shrimp roll sushi. The prices were high and we did not think it was worth it.

  • Rue 57

    Posted by Yanks07 on 10/10/2008

    Great Place

    I was at Rue 57 for a business dinner last night and I must say it was great overall. The service was very good, food was excellent, and the atmosphere was great. I will be back on my own!

  • Rue 57

    Posted by Ginny on 09/22/2008


    Fabulous! We went 2 nights in a row, it was yummy. Food was great, the servers were attentive and entertaining. Atmosphere was romantic and fun :-)

  • Rue 57

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/08/2008

    so far...

    My best friend is a frequent visitor to Rue 57 living just around the block. Having heard the rave reviews I decided to join her for brunch on a Sunday. Apparently we get earlier where I come from than the New Yorkers because she and her friends were oblivious to the time brunch starts (11:30) and the time you can order alcohol on a Sunday in NYC (12:00). That being said once the time changed the waiter finally let us look at the brunch menu. I had the butter lettuce salad which was very good but could have used a few more slices of pear. My friends had the beet salad which was to die for and I don't even eat beets. The bus boys cleared some plates while people were still eating and tried to leave the dirty silverware although the waiter rectified that situation eventually. The restaurant was nice and breezy and they didn't rush us or make us wait too long though it was very crowded we sat right down at 11:15. I took my cue from my friends and had the eggs benedict which were to die for!. Their variation with bernaise and crossaints was amazing!. The poached egg was perfectly done. Apparently next time I go to NYC I need to have dinner there. I would recommend it for the variety and local and the service was ok. Nice mimosas as well.

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