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Posted by Andy on 02/10/2010
Such a dramatic change for the Guggenheim - and a great one at that. Parsnip Soup - unsexy as it sounds, is sheer vegetable velvet. The oysters were pristine and the Halibut with Paprika Sauce was superb. our waiter was calm, friendly and knew all of the ingredients. Will be back this weekend!
Posted by nyadopt on 01/18/2010
A winner for the carnegie hill area. Only problem is noise. Good (not great) food and wine choices. Noise level only problem, Excellent staff.
Posted by eattolive on 01/11/2010
Just had a wonderful lunch at The Wright. Girlfriend and I started with a couple nice, inventive cocktails. GF, who is vegetarian, had a very nice soup to start, only downside was portion, I think she would have liked more, I tried it and I would agree. I had the pork belly to start and it was really nice, great restraint on the ingredients really let the pork shine. GF had a risotto which was perfectly cooked, very nice flavors. I had the halibut which was the stand out dish for me. Had a couple reasonably priced quartinos of wine which yielded about two glasses per. Dessert was very good. The olive loafs from the bread selection were great. Service/management was very attentive/ehthusiastic, exceptional for such a new restaurant.
Posted by Miss Moore on 12/28/2009
Miss Moore enjoyed her meal though she wished they had heated the plate before puring in the thimblefuls of parsnip soup which coldened to porcelain touch. Her beef short rib was gloriously tender; its positioning on a bed of glazed carrots led the couple at the next table to eye it hungrily and whisper an order. But they were gravely disappointed for it was not the chocolate and pumpkin pudding they had hoped for. Miss Moore enjoyed, but was not persuaded by, the extensive note on the venetian blind decor. She was also miffed by the manager who kepty cosying up to the couple on the other side of her. offering and accepting business cards, chatting with envied bonhomie. Miss Moore does not like to be ignored, especially at seventy plus a head for lunch, and was hurt.