Sadelle's is a restaurant located in SoHo who cares about the perfect confection of New York classics.
The best fish and salads are the stars during lunch and, at dinner, the entire space is transformed into a candlelit restaurant, with a menu that emphasizes fish preparation, giving the customer the opportunity to sample traditional Russian caviar, as well as vodkas from the same country. As a restaurant with a touch of Jewish inspiration, it also serves up some typical, but less classic options, such as tasty matzo ball soup.
And, in addition to being an extremely elegant restaurant, Sadelle's also works as a bakery, emphasizing one of the biggest New York traditions: the bagel. The products are handmade throughout the day in a glass bakery which sits right in the middle of the dining room and New York ends up being very well represented in two different ways, which complement each other: through the restaurant’s elegance and through the traditional menu.
Cool Tip:Since it also functions as bakery, Sadelle's highlights the American bagel. If you’re unable to enjoy a full lunch or a dinner, don’t end your trip without at least tasting one of the many available bagel versions. If you go for the traditional salmon bagel, watch how carefully the employee cuts the fish – the precision is fascinating!