2 Harrison St., New York, NY, 10013
nr. Hudson St.
By Abbey on 7/7/2009
A wonderful way to celebrate our anniversary. Service was amazing and the room stunning. The food was superb - from the frois gras and frog leg appetizers to the sumptious fish and meat main courses. Everything was thoughtfully presented, the food fresh and delicious. Not amazingly inventive, but wonderful nonetheless. I highly recommend
By battousai on 2/15/2005
Came in with high expectations but it certainly lived up to its vaunted billing! Sumptuous cuisine and preternatural service makes it a dining experience non pareil. The regulars may be old and stuffy, but Mix in the generous table spacing, glorious flower arrangements, and classic French interior, this is one of NYC's top romantic destinations.
By adsong on 6/23/2003
I remember the early days of Chanterelle,when it first opened in 1979 in a small strorefront on Grand street.The food was exquisite.We were greted by Karen(Waltuck). Little did we know that her husband David was working his magic in the kitchen.Ten years later,the restaurant moved to larger,more spacious quarters in The Mercantile Exchange Building in Tribeca.To this day,it is one of our favorite restaurants.Elegant,unpretentious,and delicious!Their wine cellar boasts over 5000 bottles of the best wines this side of France.Here's an example of their menu!Appetizers include their famous Grilled Seafood Sausage(A Must Try) Sautéed Foie Gras with Figs & Balsamic Vinegar,Jellied Beef Shin & Vegetables with Goat Cheese Cream And More... Their entree's include: Grilled White Tuna with Chanterelles, Poached Halibut with Dill and Cumin, Softshell Crabs Young Ginger & Chinese Chives,Black Sea Bass Saute with Red Wine,Shallot Compote, Lemon Thyme Jus,Sweetbreads with Caramelized Leeks & Orange.. And more! Save room for Desserts: Apricot and Almond Tart with Cream, Nectarine Consomme with Cardamon-Pistachio Nougat Glace, Bittersweet Chocolate Hazelnut Bombe with Gianduja Spring Roll, Warm Black Pepper Vanilla Cherry Timbale with Chocolate Sorbet Approximate cost without Drinks.,Gratuity:$84.00
By shellyf on 7/30/2005
This is a handsome room with flowers and plenty of space between tables. The seafood sausage was exquisite as was the goat cheese soufle. 2 of the 4 in our party had the rack of lamb, which was excellent and the other 2 had the duck, which was less so; good but not great. Desserts were outstanding as was the service. Should have a fruit choice. Wine list had a good selection but most were above $100. We'll be back.
By bambola on 3/7/2003
Chanterelle is one of those restaurants where each morsel of food is imagined, prepared and presented with so much thought and tenderness that you can't help to go ''hmmm'' at every bite. From the stunning flower arrangements, the decor centerpeices that welcome you when you walk in, to the dreamy chocolate deserts that bid you sweet farewell, Chanterelle is a timeless classic that never ceases to enchant me.
By perry on 2/20/2003
I had the price fix lunch, which is a three course meal. We were given a duck terrine cracker to start-excellent. The app was great a mushroom casserole, entree was a sea bass-like fish which was too oily (not my favorite thing) and dessert was incredible. Dessert was banana bread pudding w/ 2 carmelized banana slices, sugared pecans and a scoop of very rich chocolate ice cream. This is a place you go to on the Corp. card or for a very special occassion. Con - The decor is very contemporary even plain, a bit stuffy.
By CMatth on 1/30/2003
Although the food was awesome a few things could have been done better....My foie gras terrine was covered with a pepper trim WHY? Chicken Pot Pie not worth the $10 in fact skip the dish and go for the tasty Stripe Bass Dish
By huntleysf on 9/22/2003
After being enchanted with this restaurant for years, my most recent visit found the food a little tired and the prices very high. Still has the best cheese cart in the city, wonderful service, friendly knowledgable staff, peaceful decor with wonderful flower arrangements, but.... If only the main courses could keep up with the astonishigly original appetizers. Any Japanese-influenced dish is close to the che'fs heart. The assorted sush--yes, sushi--with sake tasting was a wonderful surprise on two visits. Meat and fish entrees, however, have lost their sparkle. Please improve, I used to lve you!
By kabasan on 3/20/2003
First time I went was for valentine's day diner & the service was quite impressive but the food was not. It was very disappointing considering the hype. Recently I went there again during the $19.99 lunch specials & again I was not impressed with what we ate. Space is grand with high ceilings & magnificient flower arrangements. Seating is spread very far apart so you can actually hear your group's conversation but if you go when it is half empty, you feel like whispering.
By eatdat on 4/2/2005
We heard and read what others had raved about this place. Honestly, we were disappointed. The food was above average but not excellent. nevertheless, we would want to go back for another try.