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Rue 57

Brasserie Parisienne et Sushi Bar
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    $$$$$18.01 - $25
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    $$$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 65 reviews)

3.545
Food 3.8 Value 3.3
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 307-5656
Fax:
fax
(212) 307-9056
Website:
www.rue57.com
Place Order:
Order From Rue 57 for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Delivery Take Out Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 7:30am-12am Sat-Sun: 9am-12am
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
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
Min Delivery:
20.00

User Reviews

  • Rue 57

    Posted by koz on 09/25/2006

    Open late and variety of foods

    I brought my son, daughter, and their friends after a yankee night game so it was after 10:30 pm. We enjoyed a combination of sushi and other foods. I find the prices to be resonable considering it is one of the only non-nightclub type of restaurants opened late into the evening. We will be going back after another night game later in sept. Oh by the way my daughter ran into a cast member from mad tv in the ladies room!

  • Rue 57

    Posted by Ed on 08/17/2006

    Rue 57 Tuna Salad not recommended

    We got a gift certificate to eat here and decided to go for lunch. As another reviewer noted, the bread was a bit burned. I ended up having the salmon club sandwich, which was decent, though somewhat bland. It came with a salad with too many potatoes and too few greens. Dressing wasn't so memorable. My wife had the Rue 57 Tuna Salad. Sounds like a signature salad, doesn't it? But she was very disappointed with it. It came in a big heap, with lots of tuna. The minute she sampled the tuna, she gave me an odd look and then said, "I could swear that this tastes like canned tuna." So, I sampled it too, and alas, it really DID have that distinctive taste of canned tuna: oily smell, hard texture, grayish color. There was no shortage of the tuna throughout the salad and this really ruined it. Throughout the meal, we were both trying to imagine how a good, fresh piece of tuna could be prepared to look and taste like this, but we were hard pressed. So, when the table was cleared and the waitress came and asked us about our entrees, I had to address the issue of the tuna in her salad. I explained that it was too hard, too overcooked. She listened and then explained that it was "chopped tuna." When the expression on my face didn't change, she continued, "it's from a can." There it was, in her own words. She also mentioned that it was a very popular dish and that lots of people ordered it. Well, that's hard to believe. In any case, need I say more?

  • Rue 57

    Posted by Katie & Phil, Birmingham UK on 04/08/2006

    Excellent

    Just try the open faced tuna club, and you'll see what we mean!

  • Rue 57

    Posted by Chris on 03/21/2006

    Breakfast Behold!

    Went there the morning of our flight out of JFK.. Ordered the banana pancakes, extremely delicious! Ordered side of fresh fruit, and it was the freshest fruit I tasted during my weekend trip in the city. Service was excellent, would dine with them again during my next stay. too bad I only discovered it my last day!

  • Rue 57

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/29/2005

    Fun brasserie and good food

    Mussels dijonnaise are great! The service is always pleasant and efficient. Considering the tough job the waiters have at this restaurant (the kitchen is downstairs) I think they all do remarkably well and all with a smile. I have always had a good meal here, from the steak frites, to the miso-glazed sea bass, to the wonderful thick, juicy burger. For mid-town dining, you can't go wrong with this fun, popular brasserie.

  • Rue 57

    Posted by Cindy on 10/18/2005

    What's with the Waiters?

    I dined for the 2nd time tonight at Rue 57. The food was excellent, for me. The Filet Mignon was perfect, my friend's meatloaf was ok...a little spicy...but still very good. My problem here is not the food. The mussels are wonderful and the atmosphere, beautiful It's the waiters. The first time there was Valentine's Day. It was late, about 10:30pm, and although it was a little late...it was Valentine's Day! Come on! I guess the waiter had made such a killing that night, my 25% didn't really matter to him one way or the other to him. But please, don't bring my entree while I'm still eating my appetizer. This restaurant should be better than that. I might expect that at my neighborbood Italian at $10- $15 an entree, but not at Rue 57 , the co owner of Tao!! Tonight was almost no different. We were sat promptly, and at first, the waiter was very polite. However, as the entree arrived, it was time to order more drinks. I opted for an iced tea. Now, at almost every restaurant I've ever been to, including DINERS, they tell you if it is sweetened or not. From my waiter, nothing. My iced tea arrives, it looks fresh brewed... I can't wait. I add some sugar, take a sip, and it tastes like cough medicine. Low and behold it's flavored. I'm not a baby about this, I just send it back. This is where it hit the fan. The waiter took it back without so much as a "sorry" or a "would you like something else." Instead, I got an exhale and abandonment. I did not see him until about 20 minutes later. No concern for my thirst, nor for my friend who barely ate half of her entree...she did take it home for lack of an appetite, but he basically ignored us, and did not walk by once this whole time. I ended up not tipping him, which I never do..but I was just fed up. No, my dinner wasn't ruined by him, and yes he did still serve us. But for all the waiters who take for granted those high checks (I have waited on tables for years), c'mon guys...it was just an iced tea.

  • Rue 57

    Posted by todd larmer on 10/08/2005

    Excellent service; good value all around

    Went there with a business group of 35 in the private room downstairs. Appetizers great especially the miniature hamburgers. Service particularly exceptional with a few theater-goers handled on short notice. Had the glazed chilean sea bass which was as good as i have ever had it before; oregon pinot noir served truly fantastic. With delicious creme-broulet dessert, as good and fairly priced as any business dinner in new york city.

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