New York, NY 10023
Village Voice's Description
Located on the 35th floor of the Mandarin Oriental hotel the Upper West Side, Asiate is the Asian fusion/fine dining child of Executive Chef Toni Robertson, and serves expected dinner dishes such as butter poached lobster and beef tartare and bison, all only available as part of a prix fixe or tasting menu. The tastiness trickles down, though, into more affordable, equally exquisite a la carte (with the option of prix fixe) breakfast, brunch, and lunch menus, which are always changing. The experience goes beyond the food and extends into the absurd, wall-size views of Central Park. That, paired with a wall rack of more than 1,300 wines and some flashy ceiling art, and Asiate is an enjoyable fine dining experience. --Shane Barnes
Tips from foursquare
Lunch favorites here include the sashimi with avocado mousse appetizer and the salmon with Mandarin orange and ginger entree.
Winner of Best Romantic Dinner in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue! The incredible Central Park view makes this a prime proposal spot.
You may have seen New York, but seldom like this. With views this spectacular, a sunset reservation seals the deal for possibly the most romantic evening you may ever encounter.
The Japanese Breakfast is an exotic treat. Try it instead of the usual American choices.
Get there at 7am sharp to get the corner table for breakfast with an amazing sweeping view of Central Park, Upper West Side and Midtown West.
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