The Michelin-star restaurant in Manhattan, features a serene and intimate environment with tasting menu using classic American and French techniques.
Opened in 2004, Per Se Restaurant is Thomas Keller’s acclaimed New York interpretation of The French Laundry. Time Warner Building which is situated in Columbus Circle in Midtown Manhattan, New York City houses this magnificent Per Se restaurant, with spectacular views of Central Park.
Per Sea restaurant serves a daily nine-course tasting menu and a nine-course vegetable tasting menu using classic American-French technique and the finest quality ingredients available. Its signature dishes includes — pearl tapioca with oysters and caviar and Hawaiian hearts of peach palm salads. Its five-course dessert tasting menu includes, spiced butternut squash ice cream and vanilla crepes. An award-winning wine list complements the menu.
The Per Se dining room is a rare blend of open space and intimate with understated luxury. Offering a 64-seat dining room, a private dining room, a lounge, a bar and wine cellar, all presented in a palette of warm neutrals and natural elements.
Hospitality Type: Restaurants