The French culture has pass on its origins to modern restaurants. And since French cooking has turned into an art form, New York is the first on the line to try on its cuisine with the best French restaurants in the city.
The three-year old Adour is located in St. Regis Hotel, 2 East 55th Street. It went a few kitchen changes including a new chef who is the best French chef in New York, Didier Elena. Elena showcases a new menu with both imagination and finesse to his beautiful dishes. Among his dishes are sea scallops patted with an aromatic black truffle and glazed with artichoke; lobster and sweetbread in a puffpastry paired with a poached egg, roasted lamb and mushroom duxelle. That doesn’t end there,they also serve it with a light vegetable navarin, fricassee, and creamy quinoa. This luxury food you order on the highest end of the 3-course a la carte menu will only cost you $92. With this, you will already enjoy wonderful French breads, petit-fours thrown in, and amuse bouches. In other French restaurants, a three-course dinner will cost you more at $112 in Le Bernardin, $105 at RestaurantDaniel, and $95 at La Grenouille.
Another master chef has also returned to New York, Millesime is proud to welcome chef Laurent Manrique to its Parisian place in the city. The place really looks a true Parisian with the Beaux Arts glory on the upstairs room complemented with red banquettes, shellfish counter, and a stained glass dome.The Seafood brasserie almost look like Balzar and La Coupole especially with the sexy waitress’ outfits.The place is known for its cherished classics like mussels marinières, pike quenelles, and tuna Niçoise,Manrique. But now, they have created new marvels like a lobster and crab fondue and sea urchins on a parmesan-and-black pepper soufflé.