Yes, it's very good. It's certainly Jean-Georges's strongest NYC restaurant outside of his flagship. The lunch deal (3 courses for $26) and the dinner deal (3 courses for $38) are both great values. I've found that the skate preparation is reliably excellent.
The restaurant is located on the ground floor of one of the Richard Meier towers, directly facing the Hudson river. On a sunny day, it feels a bit like coastal California.
Went to perry street last weekend. It was excellent. We had the glazed short ribs and butter poached lobster for entrees and the tuna (highly recommended) and black pepper crab dumplings. The chocolate pudding was phenomenal!
I went to Perry Street last week and was really impressed with the food. The calamari and short ribs were really good. The calamari came with an awesome bowl of sauce that had incredible texture. Also, I really enjoyed the ambiance of the restaurant and hudson river location. Definitely check it out!
Has anyone been to Perry Street recently? What are your favourite dishes on the current menu?
I'm thinking about trying the sweet chili crab dumplings for the starter. Trying to decide what to order for my main- the braised rabbit, fried chicken & butter poached lobster all sound interesting ;-)
176 Perry Street, New York, NY 10014