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ClosedOpens at 5:30PM
$$$$ Price range per person $100 - $400
60 E 65th St, West New York
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Lexington Avenue–63rd Street
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West New York, New Jersey, USA

After seeing Roosevlet House, it may be a nice idea to visit this restaurant. French cuisine is served at Daniel. Being at this place, try nicely cooked veal, foie gras and sea scallops. You will be offered such food as good madeleines, petit fours and cherry pie, come here and try them. Get your meal started with delicious port wine, champagne or Cosmopolitan. It's a must to order great ice tea, espresso or lemonade when visiting this spot.

Food delivery is a big plus of this restaurant. The pleasant staff welcomes visitors all year round. Fine service is a strong point that plays a great role for the success of Daniel. You will like attractive prices. The spectacular decor and calm ambiance let guests feel relaxed here. This two-star Michelin restaurant is to serve you showpiece meals created by a well-known chef.

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Alan K.
Completely uneventful. Not a single dish stood out. The wine was good. Service was mediocre. Pass.
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General Manager
5 days ago
Dear Alan, I have received your comments regarding your recent visit at Restaurant Daniel, and I am disappointed to learn that you weren't fully impressed. I would very much like to speak with you about your experience, and if you will provide me with a suitable time and phone number in an email to kguedouar@danielboulud.c…, I will be in touch. If you would prefer, you may also contact me at your convenience at 212-933-5337. Thank you. Sincerely, Karim Guedouar, Daniel
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Wesley Wei (WesWayToGo)
Our meal at Daniel was one of a kind featuring tastes from South France. What composed of a three course prix fixe was filled with flavorful anticipation and delight with each bite around the table.Our three course prix fixe was comprised of an appetizer, entree, and dessert.Pre-appetizer we were served bread (baguettes, three grain sourdough, and focaccia) where focaccia was my favorite. The bread paired with olive oil imported from Provence was a perfect starter to our French meal. The olive oil was very fragrant alone and had a nutty spicy taste much different to common store bought olive oil.Prior to our appetizer we were also served a complimentary amuse-bouche which resembled a savory, flaky puff pastry topped with crème fraîche. The taste was similar to a less oily version of a scallion pancake and more flaky. This was a new taste and joy to eat for me.For my appetizer, I ordered the Maine Peekytoe Crab which composed of wild Monterey seaweed, half boiled quail eggs, bok choy shoot, and tapioca kelp chips. The crab was tender, fresh, and creamy. Bites of creamy crab and the acidic dressing packed a tasty juxtaposing yummy mouthful. Tender crab and runny yolk from the quail egg paired along side crunchiness from the briny seaweed and tapioca chip was a fantastic mixture of diverse textures. Overall, this was a colorful, flavorful, and textured appetizer.For my entree, I ordered Scharbauer Ranch Beef which is roasted tenderloin, zucchini, chanterelles, "Pomme Savonette", bone marrow, and bordelaise sauce. The roasted tenderloin was a tender medium rare. Although the meat was tender, I preferred the taste of either the meal or Colorado lamb. The zucchini was a unique aspect of this dish which was diced zucchini wrapped in zucchini flower and was a delight to eat paired with the the tenderloin and slightly acidic bordelaise sauce.For my dessert, I ordered the Frog Hollow Farms Apricot which comprised of lemon verbena chantilly, "Galil" meringue white coffee ice cream, and apricot configure sorbet. This dish was a winner. The acidic apricot sorbet and coffee ice cream were sandwiched between each other made for a wonderful pairing or creamy sweetness and acidity to balance out any heaviness. The little treats on the side of the decor shaped like white honeycomb and the crust on the bottom of the ice cream sorbet whole were great texture contrasts.Finally, we were done with our prix fixe meal. Wait...but, not yet! We were served complimentary petit four and a small bucket full of mini madeleines. Oh my goodness, the madeleines were simple and topped off with confectioners sugar, but they were super cute and fresh out of the oven tasted so good.Now finally, we were done with out meal. Overall, we were treated with fantastic service and delicious food. Daniel is a Michelin restaurant worth checking out here in Manhattan, NY. Although, it may be pricey the food and experience is worth the price. The only downside was the venue of the restaurant which was supposedly to be on a terrace. The terrace is in fact small covered tents/booths along the sidewalk. Because of Covid and renovations, eating outdoor in the tents is reasonable, but I think it would've been more worth it for the atmosphere if we waited after indoor renovations. The temperature outside was also humid and hot which, but thankfully the food and the mini fan inside each tent made it more bearable. I enjoyed my experience and hope anyone else that comes here does as well. I definitely recommend the restaurant. Thank you Daniel!
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2 months ago
Dear Wesley, we love to give our guests an unforgettable experience, and it's delightful to learn that we have earned your recommendation. Thank you for taking a moment to share your detailed feedback, and please know it would be our pleasure to welcome you in the near future. Best regards, Karim Guedouar, Daniel
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Lexington Avenue–63rd Street
60 E 65th St, West New York, New Jersey, USA
Takeaway Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Delivery Booking Wheelchair accessible
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SundaySun 5:30PM-11PM
MondayMon 5:30PM-11PM
TuesdayTue 5:30PM-11PM
WednesdayWed 5:30PM-11PM
ThursdayThu 5:30PM-11PM
FridayFri 5PM-11PM
SaturdaySat 5PM-11PM
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