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Feb 24, 2014 05:16 AM

Le Bernardin China

Had a great weekday lunch at Le Bernardin last week. I really like their plates and was thinking of getting some for when I entertain. Does anyone know how I might be able to get them? I looked for a contact email on the website but came up empty. A google search also revealed little. Please help!

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  1. Dinnerware by Bernardaud, I believe. Bloomingdale's carries several styles. Don't know if they have the exact same series.

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      1. re: thegforceny

        Here's the Bernardaud web site. Maybe you can find it here.
        and if you're in New York, Michael C. Fina carries an extensive selection of their china.

        1. re: ChefJune

          They have their own store on the corner of 59th st and park ave.....i leave nose smudges and handprints every time i go there window shopping.....;)

    1. I came here expecting a very different thread...

      But going with the theme of this thread, does anyone know where Jungsik gets their bowls? The ones that sort of curve up on the back?

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      1. re: ah6tyfour

        Nope, but either call or next time you're there try and sneak a peek at the underside for a logo or engraving

        1. re: Ttrockwood

          Why sneak? I outright turn over the china and look at the maker if I like it. I've even asked about it at a couple of restaurants. Nothing wrong with that.

          1. re: ttoommyy

            Don't wanna spill soup on the table....

          2. re: Ttrockwood

            I did ask. The waitress said the dinnerware is imported from Portugal or Singapore, can't remember which. She said that's why it's a big deal whenever they accidentally break something.

            Ippudo has the same bowl up on their wall.

            1. re: ah6tyfour

              Email them. I always ask questions and make suggestions by email and they always got back to me with answers.

        2. Bernardaud has a flagship store on Park Avenue that is gorgeous. You can order every pattern they make there and they are very knowledgeable about the product line. They make/have made porcelain for many of the top restaurants in NYC.