Michelin star Gabriel Kreuther turned his Alsace roots into a delicate and elegant contemporary cuisine, with flavors that are authentic and very present. Located right next to Bryant Park, it’s in a refined, sophisticated atmosphere that Chef Gabriel presents his works of art.
The restaurant has a bar and a dining room, also inspired by Alsatian architecture. At the bar, we highlight the "The Black Rose" cocktail – a perfect blend of rum, blackberries, rosemary and lemon, resulting in a strong cocktail, but with a delicate flavor, just like its surroundings.
In the dining room you can enjoy a unique and authentic gastronomic moment. The experience starts brilliantly with a surprising amuse-bouche: puffed rice cracker with nori algae, marinated Cobia, white pepper-peanut dust. From this tasting, we’d also like to refer the fennel-cockle velouté, with blue shrimp, seven-grain tuile and watercress granite; as well as the herb crusted Hawaiian Mero, melted young leeks, bouchot mussels and pimento nage.
This moment at Gabriel Kreuther ends gloriously with vanilla mousse, accompanied by pear sorbet and chocolate sauce.
Cool Tip: If you’re thinking of having dinner at Gabriel Kreuther, there is only a four course menu with dessert available, for $115 per person. The additional option is an exclusive experience consisting of a menu created by the Chef, in real time, for $195 per person.