New York, NY 10014
Village Voice's Description
One of many Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurants in the city, Perry Street may be the best;an austere temple of haute cuisine that dispenses with fussy squiggles of color and useless extra ingredients. The wonderful lunch special includes any two dishes from a menu that doesn't distinguish between apps and entrees, and a bonus dessert from a commendably short list. We loved the braised chicken slicked with lemon-pepper sauce, hulking Gulf shrimp in lemongrass broth with ramen noodles, and (dinner only) black sea bass in truffled potato broth.
Tips from foursquare
Fried chicken at Perry St is the ultimate example of our favorite fried chicken taken across the globe. - Jeffrey Saad, United Tastes of America
Perry St. is definitely a pared-down, less dramatic version of what you’d normally expect from Jean-Georges Vongerichten. And the lunch prix fixe deal is a steal at USD 28.
Enjoy the mix of Amer Picon and Kronenbourg sweetened w/ house-infused lemon simple syrup, many times over.
Check out the prix fixe brunch at this slick and minimal Jean Georges joint. We especially loved the Crispy Fried Chicken and the Butternut Squash Soup.
Order the Crispy Poached Eggs, Caviar, and Vodka Crème Fraîche. Warm, cool, crunchy, creamy — it's a harmonious, special dish!
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