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#1 of 58303 places to eat in New York City
ClosedOpens at 17:00
French, American, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: $75-150
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60 E 65th St
New York City, New York, USA
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If you happen to be around Roosevlet House, visit this restaurant. French cuisine is served at Daniel. People can order mouthwatering venison, amuse bouches and scallop ceviche at this place. It's time to try good parfait, tarte tatin and petit fours. This spot offers delicious port wine, champagne or martinis among its drinks. You will hardly forget great espresso, juice or red tea that you can enjoy.

The great location of this restaurant makes it easy to reach by any transport. The terrific staff works hard, stays positive and makes this place wonderful. Fabulous service is something visitors appreciate here. According to the guests' opinions, prices are democratic. You will certainly like the enjoyable atmosphere and divine decor. This two-star Michelin restaurant is to serve you excellent dishes cooked by a senior chef.

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I recently came to Daniel with my fiancé to celebrate his birthday after not having been since it had 3 Michelin stars and in my opinion, nothing has changed. It was wonderful then and it is wonderful now. We opted for the 4 course pre-fix with the enhanced wine pairing.  The wine pairings were all excellent, and at times when we finished them early they were refilled.  The service was spectacular and attentive.  The staff was all personable and wonderful to interact with during the meal.  They did a very nice job adapting everything to be gluten free for my fiance, as we wanted to share all of our dishes. We ordered the following: Amuse bouche - bite size cured salmon.  Very nice, earthy and not overly strong salmon flavor.  Another bite size cracker with a blue cheese filling.  I really don't like blue cheese, but this wasn't that strong of a flavor. Cured sea bas and sea scallop rosette. Both were very good, with the scallop my personal favorite - the caviar on top was nice.  I didn't taste a lot of fennel in the scallop, which is good because i hate licorice flavor Foie Gras - this was prepared table side, flambeed and delicious with a wonderful strawberry side.  If you enjoy foie gras order this, and enjoy the show. Doversole - very light and delicate.  the potatoes were well cooked and the butter sauce was excellent. Trio of Veal - the leg was very moist and my favorite bite. There was interesting truffle flavor as well. Unfortunately one piece of the veal was a slight overcooking for my taste to a medium rather than medium rare but it was still nice.  The potatoes on this dish were also tasty. Bison - very strong black pepper flavor, but cooked to a nice medium rare.  The sauce and the veggies were very good. We opted to add an extra cheese course in the middle.  Our server picked excellent cheeses for us from the cart of cheeses, and the sommelier added an extra very tasty wine for us. For dessert, we shared the pampelmouse, which I didn't care for and the chocolate dessert, which was much better.  They also brought a fruit plate out with a candle for my fiance's birthday. You also get petite fours at the end along with a custom tailored menu with the wine pairings that you received. Overall, a very nice dining experience and I look forward to returning in the future.
We definitely had a memorable meal with several stand out dishes, but our experience was mixed. First, we were the only ones seated on the outer tier of the room while table after table was seated on the main floor. We're wondered why we were not seated there. It felt intentional and elitist. Our main server looked at me while responding to my mom's questions about wines and we were not offered coffee out after dinner drinks until after dessert. Still amazing food overall!
Overpriced. Great service but food was really mediocre.
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60 E 65th St, New York City, New York, USA
Booking Сredit cards accepted No outdoor seating Wheelchair accessible No Wi-Fi No takeaway TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 17:00-22:30
TuesdayTue 17:00-22:30
WednesdayWed 17:00-22:30
ThursdayThu 17:00-22:30
FridayFri 17:00-22:30
SaturdaySat 17:00-22:30

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