My wife and I had the pleasure of dining in many of Gordon Ramsay's restaurants around the world and this place parallels without a sweat!
A new restaurant, part of a triage of restaurants at The William. The decor is very impressive, almost feels as eating in a 18th century hall.
We ordered both the steak and the salmon tartar which were delicious. The Salmon was served on a Mini Yorkshire pudding, with toasted walnuts, lemon, crumbled Stilton and celery. The steak tartar was served on toasted truffle baguette - very tasty!
For main course we had the Trout (with Organic baby kale, carrots, baby leeks, fresh
truffle) and Roasted Sullivan County Chicken (Poached local leeks, wilted kale, asparagus,
broad beans, lemon & thyme) and we accompanied it with Crozes Equinoxe red wine.
The service was very professional and we had a great time. The food was very tasty, with the right amount of seasoning in all the dishes we ordered.
For dessert, we had the Sticky Toffee Pudding (we ordered 2, since it's a dessert dish that we don't share! lol) - it was amazing!
It was a great surprise to find such a great restaurant in Midtown New York and we will certainly come back again.
We did return on a Sunday for that delicious sticky toffee pudding, but they are closed on Sundays. Nonetheless, the downstairs bar (The Shakespeare) serves some of the dishes (same chef) and we had great time there as well.
Kudos to the chef - Jason Hicks! Highly recommended.
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