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Trestle on Tenth
Posted by NYFOODIE on 06/02/2014
We tried beet salad, sweetbreads, and pork crepinette for starters. All were presented well and tasted very good. Had smoked pork, duck, and salmon mains and they were excellent. Pork was smokey with a nice sauce. Duck very moist and flavorful. Portion size is quite good. Service was excellent. Nice room that is quiet enough to have a conversation. We had a great evening.
Posted by Foodie Lawyer on 05/19/2013
I've been here once for dinner and loved it. Nice, fresh fish and yummy brussel sprouts with bacon. Went back for brunch and was much less impressed. At brunch the timing of the service was off (we asked for one item to arrive later but it didn't; one of my items was not as expected and the server didn't stop by to ask if everything was OK until too late; the guys who delivered the food took no notice of my dismay). My friends who got eggs said they were pretty standard. The potatoes rosti were totally bland. The baked goods, including the cinnamon rolls, are fantastic at brunch, though.
Posted by Yorkville tower resident on 02/16/2013
Me and the wife were over on the far West Side to attend a gallery opening and decided to eat at a nearby restaurant afterwards. Trestle was really superb, and far better than anything in our neighborhood in the east 90s. I had pork and my wife had spinach gnocchi. Just terrific. Plus, the price was right. Salad, 2 glasses of wine, dessert and coffee--all for under $100. Highly recommended.
Posted by Stan on 08/11/2012
This is a local spot that we often go for a convenient, laid-back brunch, but probably less so now as their portions have become a little more stingy. While their apps during dinner are on the larger than needed size, the bagel and salmon on the breakfast menu has slowly dwindled in size over the last few occasions we've eaten there and now results in a meagre two thin strips of salmon, enough for one half of your bagel, which, according to the waitress, is correctly portioned. So my suggestion - stick with the omelette.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/18/2012
I had dinner here a few weeks ago with my girlfriend after a show. Overall, it was a good experience. The menu appeared pretty standard, but solid (I prefer more experimental). The service was very good as well. It was a Saturday, but was only about 75% full. A nice experience overall.
Posted by sangermatt on 01/30/2012
wife and i came in for a quick lunch around 3pm and found that we were between the lunch and dinner serving times. thankfully, they were serving from a smaller menu that featured their cheeses, cured meats, and pates. we loaded up a big plate from across the menu and were surprised by how fantastic everything was.
Posted by BrunchGuy on 11/07/2011
As someone who has frequented numerous brunch places south of 34th street on both east and west sides, this place was a nice find and definitely worth the schlep on a Sunday afternoon from Tudor City. The host and wait staff were very pleasant, and the food was phenomenal. The bloody mary was spicy and tasty (only miss was no olive(s) or lemon/lime combo), goat cheese/broc rabemushroom omelette was delish and def something I'll begin making @ home. The pumpkin pie-esque dessert was not a disappointment either. Great vibe, great food, nice crowd, and a pleasant experience = coming back again, prob for dinner next go-around.