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344 W. 11th St., New York, NY, 10014
at Washington St.
By emily1 on 3/15/2004
I had dinner not too long ago and was most enchanted by the desserts. If you have a sweet tooth you must go. Granted the food is incredible but the desserts, created by Pierre Reboul, are outstanding.
Perfection in a plate of goulash...
By nightbird on 2/5/2004
The well-portioned treats at this cozy Austrian-Hungarian nook are thoghtfully designed and impeccably presented, as is the wine list. Not to mention the top-of-the-line service: the chef sent out two complimentary desserts and the maitre d' hailed us a cab. Surprisingly, a diverse crowd peppered the dining room and the waiter was more than knowledgable about the dishes and ingredients. It's good to know that fine dining is available in the West Village, even if you don't have a famous last name (yet).
home away from home
By daniele on 9/15/2003
Walking into Wallse is almost as if I was home! The staff makes you feel comfortable as soon as you get in, and if you are lucky, the chef will stop by your table to make sure you are pleased. Julian Schnabel, Lou Reed, Connie Nielson and others seem to have a grand time. It reminds me of Raoul's! Except for the food which is absolutely simple, incredible and delicious!
Wallse is wunderbar!
By KHnyc1 on 4/15/2003
It takes a lot for me to get excited about GREAT meal, because as a New Yorker, we are spoiled with lots of good restaurants. This one truly stands out. Having been to Vienna and had weiner snitzel, this one was nothing like I've tasted before. The desserts are also out fo this world. The chef also doesn't hide in his kitchen and comes out from time to time to check up on his guests which gives this small restaurant a personal touch...the way Wolfgang Puck comes around to his tables when I dined at Spago in LA. Anyway, this restaurant was a great discovery in the sea of great dining that is New York. Check it out!
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