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  • British (Modern)
  • 24 E 39th St, New York NY10016 40.7506062 -73.9801755
  • (Btwn Madison & Park Ave)
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  • (646) 837-6776
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User Ratings (Based on 2 reviews)

4.755
Food 4.5 Value 5.0
Service 5.0 Atmosphere 4.5

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(646) 837-6776
Website:
www.thepeacocknyc.com
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:30am-3pm Dinner Mon-Sat: 5:30pm-11pm Sun: 5:30pm-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Open Late, Fireplace, Online Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • The Peacock

    Posted by E. Browne Harvey on 06/26/2014

    An Evening in Downton New York

    On the eve of summer for a friend's birthday, three of us decided to make a party of it, and have dinner at The Peacock, nestled in a charming brownstone hotel in mid-town New York. An eclectic English restaurant, we were seated in a side room with an Edwardian flavor by the fireplace, where stands a sumptuous peacock on its perch. We began with a refreshing Pimm's cooler and mint leaves, followed by a menu of traditional yet contemporary and updated English recipes: a wonderful Scotch egg encrusted in roast sausage, delicious cod with horseradish cream, a Stilton burger with Churchill's sauce and a side of flavorful chips, and for our dessert, the sharing of toffee pudding with ice cream, and chocolate ginger sponge cake. All of the above was cooked and prepared to perfection. It would be difficult to top the courteous service. The attentive staff surprised us towards the end of this memorable meal, with a small dessert and lit candle for the celebrant of this festive occasion (Harry Potter's favorite dessert also features here in'The Treacle Tart' with cream on the side, nearly impossible to find in America these days). The menu, with the specials of the evening, is extensive and just right, starting with a listing of fine appetizers and soup, salads with relishes and chutney, main courses from shellfish, pasta, roast meats and pot pies, to fish fillets from rainbow trout to salmon either braised or fried, and not least, delightful desserts fit for a Queen. The cocktail and wine list is rich and varied; questions from the patrons are answered carefully when it comes to a one's culinary choice, and having had dinner out and about New York for a few decades, the price for this evening on the town is fair and well worth it. If one is early before meeting with a companion or others, there is 'The Shakespeare' to visit first downstairs and raise a pint of prawns. A classic English pub, it places one just in the right frame of mind for a star-filled evening. The Peacock in its own right is an added gem in the crown for New Yorkers and guests from everywhere, and now plan to visit many times again.

  • The Peacock

    Posted by Harvey B on 06/26/2014

    An Evening in Downton New York

    On the eve of summer for a friend's birthday, three of us decided to make a party of it, and have dinner at The Peacock, nestled in a charming brownstone hotel in mid-town New York. An eclectic English restaurant, we were seated in a side room with an Edwardian flavor by the fireplace, where stands a sumptuous peacock. We began with a refreshing Pimm's cooler and mint leaves, followed by a menu of traditional yet contemporary and updated English recipes: a wonderful Scotch egg encrusted in roast sausage, delicious cod with horseradish cream, a Stilton burger with Churchill's sauce and a side of cooked flavored chips, and for our dessert, the sharing of toffee pudding with ice cream, and chocolate ginger sponge cake. All of the above was cooked and prepared to perfection. It would be difficult to top the courteous service. The attentive staff surprised us towards the end of this memorable meal, with a small dessert and lit candle for the celebrant of this festive occasion (Harry Potter's favorite dessert also features here in 'the Treacle Tart' with cream on the side, nearly impossible to find in America these days). The menu, with the specials of the evening, is extensive and just right, starting with a listing of fine appetizers and soup, salads with relishes and chutney, main courses from shellfish, pasta, roast meat and pot pies, to fish fillets from rainbow trout to salmon either braised or fried, and delightful desserts fit for a Queen. The cocktail and wine list is rich and varied, questions from the patrons are answered carefully when it comes to a one's culinary choice, and having had dinner out and about New York for a few decades, the price for this evening on the town is fair and well worth it. If one is early before meeting with a companion or others, there is 'The Shakespeare' to visit first downstairs. A classic English pub, it places one just in the right frame of mind for a star-filled evening, and the Peacock in its own right is an added gem in the crown for New Yorkers, guests and visitors from everywhere

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