China Grill

Restaurants , Chinese Midtown West
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Crispy XXL wasabi shrimp at China Grill

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Chilean seabass at China Grill

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Bourbon bacon bloody mary at China Grill

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Barbecued wild salmon at China Grill

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Lobster ginger mashed with salt and pepper chips

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Wokked shaking filet of beef at China Grill

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Shimeji mushroom at China Grill

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Venue says: "Enjoy the onset of fall in our outdoor garden – open for Lunch, Dinner and Happy Hour (Mon–Fri 4pm–7pm)!"

This noisy, high-ceilinged, all-marble, banker-heavy place would be a lot more offensive if the food weren’t so good. A plate of pepper-crusted rare tuna slices isn’t the most inventive dish, but the fish is just-off-the-boat fresh and skillfully prepared. The same is true of tender tamarind-glazed pork loin and spicy beef dumplings. Everything is sized for sharing, and no one will go hungry. But at these prices, the tab can add up quickly. Unless you’re on company plastic, as most diners here seem to be, you’ll leave with a lot less green.

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China Grill says
Asian-Inspired World Cuisine in a soaring black granite setting in the landmark CBS Black Rock building. Now an NYC Midtown institution, serving dramatically presented family-style cuisine steps from MoMA, Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall. Open for Lunch & Dinner daily and Brunch on Saturday & Sunday. New menu highlights include Topped Crispy Rice Sushi with King Crab Dynamite, Shimeji Mushroom or Spicy Salmon Tartare, Skewers with Heritage Pork Belly & Watermelon, Miso Chilean Seabass or Crispy XXL Wasabit Shrimp, plus all the signature classics like Spicy Beef Dumplings, Lobster Pancakes and Crispy Spinach.
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Venue name: China Grill
Contact:
Address: 60 W 53rd St
New York
10019
Cross street: between Fifth and Sixth Aves
Opening hours: Mon 11:45am-10pm Tues-Thurs 11:45am–10:30pm; Fri–Sat 11:45am–11:30pm; Sun 11:45am–10pm
Transport: Subway: E, V to Fifth Ave–53rd St B,D,F,M to 47-50 Rockefeller Center
Price: Average main course: $33. AmEx,MC, V
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