Manhattan Fusion Cuisine
Situated within the Theater District, this restaurant is all about location situated within The London hotel. It is also all about good food being a Gordon Ramsay restaurant. An informal dining experience is offered within the elegant surroundings of this prestigious hotel. The menu is comprised of French and Asian influenced small-plates; Roast breast of duck, tortellini of beef short rib, and roasted Maine lobster are a few examples. Reservations are recommended.
Barmarché is downtown chic. It is knowledgeable, passionate service, fused with an menu of strong global influences. Chris Eddy has created a casual neighborhood spot that proves everyday dining can be exceptional.
Chinese and Asian fusion cuisine are the order of the day at this restaurant. An elegant and sumptuous decor set the scene for a menu that includes lobster egg rolls, wok fried oyster and foie gras, tea smoked sesame beef, Peking duck and more.
This Mediterranean restaurant has an impressive decor and equally diligent service. The daily happy hour offers drink specials like Magic Hat beer and Phoenician lemonade. Lunch is available a la carte and prixe fixe during the week and dinner nightly. Some items off the elaborate menu include confit of veal, tuna kebabs and several mezza platters for sharing.
Chinese Mirch serves Chinese food with a spicy twist. They use Indian sauces, herbs and spices blended with Cantonese, Hakka and Szechuan style cooking. Dine in their restaurant or order from their mobile food truck.
Located on the second level of the posh The Setai condominium complex, Sho Shaun Hergatt offers Asian-influenced French cuisine. The menu features such dishes as red chili and coconut milk glazed quail, slow poached Maine lobster, milk-fed veal tenderloin and caramelized Scottish salmon.