Le Restaurant (CLOSED)

Restaurants, Contemporary American Tribeca
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Ryan Tate (ex-Savoy) expands his duties at Tribeca bazaar All Good Things—where he runs two market stands—with this subterranean New American restaurant. At the minimalist spot, the toque turns out a daily-changing tasting menu—with a strict no-substitutions policy—featuring seasonal ingredients. Pastry chef Amadou Ly (Insieme, Mas Farmhouse) oversees the desserts.


Venue name: Le Restaurant (CLOSED)
Address: 102 Franklin St
Cross street: between Church St and West Broadway
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 6-11pm
Transport: Subway: 1 to Franklin St
Price: Prix fixe: $100. AmEx, MC, V
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Joel Redfield

My wife and I were just blown away by this place. I don't remember as many OMG moments in quite some time. I have a hard time deciding which was my favorite dish, and the best I can do is to narrow down my choice to any of these four: foie gras and rhubarb terrine, grilled testa (pig’s head), poached fluke, or lamb saddle. The monkfish liver mousse, and the asparagus sorbet with asparagus foam and caviar amuse-bouche, were pretty terrific, too. The house-made bread and butter were so addictive we had to ask them to take away the remaining half of our second helping, lest we spoil our appetites for the courses yet to come. The ingredients in each dish were so flavorful, and their combination was so brilliant, that I truly felt that my horizon for what could be accomplished with food was greatly expanded. The wine pairing we had was excellent, and the friendly, knowledgeable, responsive, and thoroughly professional staff was exceptional. The atmosphere was relaxed, and not having to make menu choices added to our sense of being well taken care of. Anyone who loves food would do themselves a favor by coming here.