Eleven Madison Park

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#4 of 56096 places to eat in New York City
ClosedOpens at 17:30
$$$$ Average price: $75-150
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11 Madison Ave
New York City, New York, USA
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If you are hungry after gazing at Metropolitan Life Insurance Tower, visit this restaurant to dine at. Eleven Madison Park guarantees you mouthwatering poached lobster, beef tartare and caviar. Taste good Brezeln, poached pears and parfait. You will appreciate delicious port wine, bourbon or brandy at this place. A selection of great ponche, espresso or white tea is recommended to visitors.

This spot is great to сelebrate your wedding. The gracious crew welcomes people all year round. Fabulous service is something clients like here. You will like attractive prices. There is a charming atmosphere and divine decor at this restaurant. It's a three-star Michelin restaurant that is worth a special trip.

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This must be a pretty thorough review!!! First...Reservations, do this in the beginning of the month prior to your planned dinner at EMP, ideally booked it early so you can pick your time slots depending on the number of people in your group. It is a PREPAID reservation , and prices ranges from a 5 course Bar Tasting menu at $175/pax and an 8 course Dining Room tasting menu  for $315/pax plus taxes. They don't expect and actually don't accept gratuities, as they said .. it's all included! LOCATION: it is in front of Madison Square Park, corner of 24th street, at the base of the historic Art Deco Building. This is a 3 star Michelin restaurant Now, for the AMBIANCE.. expect a high ceiling restaurant, which is a plus . It is well lit, natural light of course. Decor is to a minimal, no fuss. STAFFING: there's a lot of waitstaff of course. They will greet you and assist you to your table, explain the menu and what to expect- FOOD- Plates, napkins, cutlery, table setting- simple, minimalistic. Food presentation is simple , delicately designed . Tastes is absolutely interesting, delicious, unique to your tastebuds as you experience the combination of flavors and ingredients you've never imagined would work. It is an experience for one's palate! PERKS: expect some surprises at the end of the meal. We got the chocolate coated pretzels with the apple bourbon ( i hope im right) and as a finale for the dinner , each one will get a jar of house made granola along with the list of the menu you've got for that dinner! Now the question, should i go back again? Definitely yes, just to experience how it is to enjoy a well planned, intricately prepared meal!
The service here is absolutely unparalleled. From when I first walked in to when we left, they were always attentive to how we were acting, the pace at which we ate, it was all perfect. I've never felt so at ease yet cared for at such a fancy meal. The meal started with selecting the various entrees for the night. Everything sounded delicious and I wish I could have it all. Clam leek souffle with caviar - Tastes like a clam chowder but with clam and leek flavor really at the forefront. One of the more unique dishes I've had in recent times and certainly raised the bar. Roasted oyster consume - slightly salty. oyster butter paired well with the flaky bread. Dinner roll with a croissant like consistency. Oyster plate - one hot, one cold option . The cold one was very limey. very contrasting experience temperature wise cause I didn't expect it. Foie gras, apple crisp - pan seared foie gras is usually super rich, but in this case the Apple balanced out the foie gras very nicely. Not too heavy. Good flavor Lobster, wrapped in pumpkin and hummus sauce - fresh Maine lobster.  loved how the pumpkin is wrapped around the lobster to make it look like a tail. Incredibly creative! Cheddar truffle crepe with truffle shavings. - this was unique and absolutely fantastic. Duck breast - 2 week dry aged. Schezuan Peppercorns, lavender honey, Pickled beets. Duck breast was more flavorful with the cab wine. interesting play on duck cause of the peppercorns, which is usually found in Chinese cuisine. Brussel sprouts and fish - side with the duck Egg with kale - side with the duck Both sides were delicious but overshadowed by the duck. Honey nut squash - cheesy and sweet squash. Cheese smelled a little intense but the taste was fairly subdued. Chocolate barley malt - a pleasant dessert. apple brandy - specially distilled from St. Georges in Alameda. drink as much as you want. In total, the entire ordeal was 3.5 hours, but it felt like it passed by so quickly. As a parting gift, they gave us homemade granola and a clever custom menu. The granola I ate for breakfast and it was delicious even days later. Tip: My friend and I split a glass of wine, which was fantastic bang for the buck cause we just wanted a taste and not the entire pairing.
A restaurant of this caliber doesn't need Yelp to reenforce its greatness. Attention to detail, attentiveness, exquisite food and wine is all that needs to be said. For those who appreciate the finer things in life, EMP is a must.
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11 Madison Ave, New York City, New York, USA
Delivery Takeaway Сredit cards accepted Booking No Wi-Fi Parking No TV Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 12:00-13:00, 17:30-22:30
MondayMon 17:30-22:30
TuesdayTue 17:30-22:30
WednesdayWed 17:30-22:30
ThursdayThu 17:30-22:30
FridayFri 12:00-13:00, 17:30-22:30
SaturdaySat 12:00-13:00, 17:30-22:30

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