About Jean Georges
Jean-Georges opened in 1997 to critical acclaim. The jewel of Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s empire, the restaurant offers the very best in fine dining. Consistently awarded four stars by the New York Times and three Michelin stars, Jean-Georges presents exquisitely crafted dishes blending French, American, and Asian influences. Chef Jean-Georges is a master at maintaining the essence of ingredients while using them inventively to produce the best flavor. Jean-Georges’ chic and intimate dining room was redesigned by Thomas Juul-Hansen, with striking lighting by L’Observatoire. Impeccable service, tableside preparations, and floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning views of Central Park and Columbus Circle all contribute to an unforgettable dining experience. Jean-Georges offers a three-course prix-fixe menu and two six-course tasting menus: a traditional tasting of the chef’s signature dishes, and a seasonal tasting featuring fresh market ingredients.
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday 11:45am - 2:30pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday, 5:30pm - 11pm, Friday, Saturday 5:00pm-11:00pm Sunday 5:30pm - 10:30pm
60th and 61st Streets
$50 and over
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Private Party Facilities: Jean Georges can accommodate parties of up to 30 guests in the Boardroom Suite, located on the third floor of the Trump International hotel. The main dining room is also available for private breakfast events Monday-Friday up until 11am for groups of 20-75 guests.
Private Party Contact: Farah Abad, 212-358-0688 x28 or email@example.com
A C, B, D, or 1 line to 59th Street Columbus Circle.
Full Bar, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Jean–Georges' flagship offers the best in fine dining. Awarded 4 stars by The New York Times and 3 Michelin stars, it features an exquisitely crafted menu blending French, American and Asian influences; the impeccable service, and views of Central Park make for an unforgettable dining experience.
Jean Georges Ratings and Reviews
Two extraordinary dishes. The garlic sou ...
Two extraordinary dishes. The garlic soup with frogs legs, and the turbot. And possibly the most chocolate dessert I've encountered. I'd choose here rather than the Four Seasons to feel like a New York socialite. Girlfriend loves the egg, but then she does love a bit of theatre.
Our dinner at Jean Georges was a gatheri ...
Our dinner at Jean Georges was a gathering of five good friends. We were all pleasantly surprised at the friendliness of the staff and the 'substance' of the food. Several of us had recently been to other 'name' restaurants in New York, and had been consistently disappointed at the quality and quantity of food. At Jean Georges, the food met our expectations, which were high given the reputation and price level of the restaurant. The combinations of flavors and textures were excellent, and the portions were substantial enough to satisfy.
The service was very attentive, and was not at all pretentious.
The price of the meal reflected the venue, service, and food. It was high, but not at the nosebleed level of some other well-known restaurants.
Our only minor disappointment was that the wine list, particularly for reds, had very few options that were less than $100. A few more 'moderately' priced options would have been welcome.
Overall a good dining experience. This s ...
Overall a good dining experience. This should be, however, expected for a Michelin 3 star property. We had a course where the poultry was too tough to cut with a steak knife. Also the food was simply not astounding. This felt more akin to some of the 1 star Michelin venues. The staff was cold rather than warm. They offered fantastic attentive service that just fell short of making you feel welcome. A great experience but I expected a bit more for this level of restaurant.
We had tasting lunch and it is a great v ...
We had tasting lunch and it is a great value. Their service are excellent.
The main course are good but I may expect more considering they are three Michelin stars . The veal cutlet a little bit salty and may be cooked a little too much.
The desert is just amazing. I think patisserie is genius. In the one plate, there are several sweets which make us happy. We really enjoyed eating each one. Furthermore, my daughter got a chocolate cake for her birthday which was a great surprise. It is delicately designed and tasted. We wanted to go back just to taste the dessert.
The lunch is still a good deal (though n ...
The lunch is still a good deal (though not as good as it was). Overall, the food was very good, and the little extras like the amuses and the sweets to finish (especially) were great. The hake was the best fish dish I've had in a good while. I wish the server had told us that most of the dishes we ordered were very mushroom-heavy. I love mushrooms, but having so many in so many dishes made the flavors of the dishes run together too much. The concord grape dessert is fantastic.
Exceptional service and exquisite cuisin ...
Exceptional service and exquisite cuisine. Everything you expect from a top tier restaurant. Our knowledgable server also doubled as a smart choice for helping us select wines. The restaurant design aesthetic was sumptuous yet restrained and elegant. Very happy memories of our visit to Jean Georges.
Great experience. Bread service was sub ...
Great experience. Bread service was sub par (the actual bread and butter! Not the great server assistant who served it, he was perfect!) Our server was great! She had a warm personality and connected with us. We enjoyed our experience. Butter poached turnip course was Amazing!
Fantastic food and ambience. I had the ...
Fantastic food and ambience. I had the seabass and parmesan risotto and they were both delicious. Two issues.........we had an 8:45pm reservation and didn't get seated until 9:30pm as a group of 18 yr old Chinese teenagers couldn't figure out how to split and pay their bill. They would have been better off at McDonalds. And the sommelier's wine choice was marginal. He recommended a red Pommard and it was just average........certainly not worth $220.
Great food (as expected) and excellent s ...
Great food (as expected) and excellent service. I went with the tasting menu and wasn't thrilled with their third course options, though. Had the almond crusted duck and it was so sweet that it was unpalatable. Hardly tasted like duck, but rather like marzipan with jam. I had to swap for the lobster and was still not thrilled with that dish either. Their foie gras brûlée, on the other hand, was fantastic, as was the risotto. Not sure I would return, though. I've had better at 1 star Michelin restaurants.
For being a 3 Star Michelin rated restau ...
For being a 3 Star Michelin rated restaurant I expected so much more from the food. Of our 4 courses only 1 had a real "WOW" moment where we thought, 'this is really amazing!' For how much the "Prix Fix" meal cost every single serving, spoonful, and morsel should be out of this world, in my opinion. It's a good 'one-time event' place but we would not go back. There are so many other good restaurants in NYC, for more than half the price, that are really mind blowing as far as the taste and flavor palates go.
Impeccable service. Really, the best. Pl ...
Impeccable service. Really, the best. Plating of and taste of food was complete perfection. Too many favorites. Dessert blew us away. There were little details that reminded us of some of his other restaurants (ABC kitchen) which we truly appreciated.
Truly an AMAZING dining experience! Th f ...
Truly an AMAZING dining experience! Th food was spectacular and the service was bar none the BEST service I've ever had. Very pricey but worth every penny. I would definitely recommend experiencing Jean George's. I tip my hat to Jean George and staff.
This restaurant is rated with three Mich ...
This restaurant is rated with three Michelin stars but is heavily over rated. We (reviewer and spouse) do visit Michelin star restaurants in every city we visit simply because we are foodies.
We selected the "Late harvest menu" deliberately, to stay away from classic dishes.
The starter "Turnip with caviar" was a slap in the face. A ridiculously simple creation of ingredients that did NOT work together. Could be easily improved in a "Home-kitchen".
We discussed with the waiter and it was the intention of the chef "to concentrate on the ingredients". A three star chef would have made a combination of: "three delicacies of puree - poached - chips etc." and not one white snooker ball with caviar on top.
The sashimi tasted good but again it was a simple combination of (good quality) ingredients that does not require the skill set of a three star chef.
In a three star restaurant you expect every course to be a delicacy, a surprise, but the wow-factor was completely missing.
The ambiance and service where excellent. The accompanying wines were very good. The sommelier was knowledgeable and entertaining.
We had a good meal but the restaurant is heavily over rated with three stars.
This is definetely the best french food ...
This is definetely the best french food you get outside from Paris.
The atmosphere is lively - the staff extraordinary welcoming.
And even it was a grey and rainy day you feel like sitting in the middle
of an airy garden terrace.
This place is amazing and flawless, from ...
This place is amazing and flawless, from the time you enter and speak to the hostess at the door, then sit down and interact with the supremely knowledgeable waiter there is nothing you could want for they will take care of everything. The food is innovative and extremely tasty, the little add ons formt he kitchen like the amuse bouche to start was so delicious and they even ended the meal with a little sweet treat of chocolates. I love this place and dream of returning.
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