Visiting New York and looking forward to tasting various cuisines. The city has so much to offer! My parents took me to one of their favorite restaurants, Raoul's on Prince Street. It was great, the food took us back to Paris. The service was impeccable. Stories were exchanged about how aloof some of the waiters have been, but not on this night. We all enjoyed a very relaxing dinner.
The college subjects I liked least were the ones that didn't pertain to my major. Once I got rolling on my path to becoming an elementary school teacher, it was hard to study for a French exam knowing I had projects to work on that were not only essential to complete my major requirements, but were also a lot more appealing to me.
Had breakfast at Balthazar this morning and it was decadent. I had poached eggs with smoked salmon and hollandaise on an English muffin and my guest had the brioche French toast with applewood smoked bacon. We both enjoyed the Mimosas. This place is fantastic! The staff is at times a bit haughty. The food is great. Go! Eat!
My boyfriend works here as a cook and when I was visiting him (I'm from Maryland) he took me their. Never having experiencing a restaurant like that it was an interesting and great experience. Everything was so unique and different (in a good way of course), I would definitely go again... They have some amazing cooks.
Everything I love about New York embodied in one destination. Gorgeous old interiors with hints of the past, beautiful and well-dressed people, a lively and almost theatrical scene and really amazing food. The steak and frites are my favorite. I’ve always had great and memorable experiences eating here with friends.
New York and Daniel Boulud means two things. Quality, but at a price. Great spot for putting together a nice picnic lunch and then heading over to Riverside Park. The salads and sandwiches are great (loved the merguez) and don't miss the oyster bar!
OMG SO DELICIOUS. The buffalo mozzarella in the tomato-mozzarella appetizer is amazing! Overall a wonderfully adorable little restaurant with an authentically (if slightly cheesy) French ambiance. Interesting art. :)
Had lunch at Balthazar this afternoon with some friends from England. I particularly enjoyed the French toast with bananas flambé. Wonderfully decadent. The salmon was equally good. Je le recommande fortement!
You know, this place gets talked up a lot, but it's not really that amazing. Better people watching than food.
Fun place to be on a Thursday night.