Rue 57

/ Restaurant, Sushi, Pub & bar
#1806 of 56022 places to eat in New York City
Open now 09:00 - 00:00
French, American, Asian, Sushi, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: $11-30
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60 W 57th St
New York City, New York, USA
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Walking near Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art, visit this restaurant. French cuisine can be served here. Don't forget to try mouthwatering sea bass, French onion soup and beef ribs at Rue 57. Nothing can be better than ordering good blueberry pancakes, almond croissants and brioche toasts. This place is known for delicious Sauvignon blanc, martinis or draft beer. Order great americano, fresh juices or ice tea, it's a must while visiting this place.

The convenient location of this spot makes it easy to reach by any transport. The accommodating staff welcomes guests all year round. The fine service is a great plus of this restaurant. Tasty dishes at attractive prices are provided here. You will appreciate the terrific decor and spectacular atmosphere of Rue 57. Zomato users rated this place and assigned it 4.4 according to its scale.

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Went here Sunday the 8th. Standard French brasserie menu, with the addition of some sushi rolls which I didn't try. The onion soup was deep and rich in flavor, with the sweetness of the onions balancing the richness and saltines of the broth. A generous amount of broiled and blistered cheese rounded out the soup. Steak tartare was flavorful although a bit to dense, I couldn't make out the egg yolk and honestly am not sure if it was actually incorporated,bif it was it was not noticable,. The toast points were over done, and borderline impossible to eat which was a disappoinment,. A standard salad of mixed greens was well dressed and fresh. Kobe sliders came undercooked,which was quickly remedied. The second time around they were cooked as requested and proved to be very good. Eggs Benedict were enjoyable, although the use of a croissant instead of an English muffin or French bread lent a slightly sweet nuance to the dish. Creme brulee was very good, not overly sweet with a perfectly torched crust. Overall this is a good interpretation of the the classic French brasserie and definitely a bright spot on 57th.
Always good, great menu
Nice placePricey becz of locationFood is 4 stars Service 5Location 5 Staff 4
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Address
60 W 57th St, New York City, New York, USA
Features
Delivery Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Takeaway TV Wheelchair accessible Booking
Opening hours
SundaySun 09:00-00:00
MondayMon 07:30-00:00
TuesdayTue 07:30-00:00
WednesdayWed 07:30-00:00
ThursdayThu 07:30-00:00
FridayFri 07:30-00:00
SaturdaySat 09:00-00:00

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