Manhattan Restaurant

Cyrano

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Oct 23, 2004
This table service restaurant is located in the Hotel New York. This is a nice restaurant for those requiring a finer dining experience of the Parkside Diner.
The restaurant features an outside entrance and is located in a beautiful circular room on the ground floor of the hotel.


Link to other restaurant reviews :)

Okay as previously announced we are hoping the boards can help :goodvibes If you have photographs of the restaurant and the food. If you have eaten here and can write a review. Even a couple of lines of what you liked, things to watch out for.. would be appreciated if you posted below :)
 

SandraVB79

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Oct 7, 2005
I hope this is teh right thread to post this in.

OK, on December 10, 2006, ex-BF and I had dinner here. It was our first day at DLP and we were staying at the HNY. I LOVE the Manhattan Restaurant, so that's how we decided to eat here.
The menu had changed quite a bit since the previous time I ate here. It was now 44 EUR for a 3-course meal, and the offerings differed quite a bit from before.
It's more expensive now, but still very worth it, they will see me again in the future!

Menu:


My appetizer: "Nage de Saint-jacques au Saffran, mouseux de chorizo". It were very good scallops :)



J. Had the foie gras appetizer:



My main course was: "Noisettes de veau aux girolles, gnocchi d'epeautre". It was veal with spelt gnocchi and veggies. Very very VERY good!



J. Had the curried lamb, and he asked for mashed potatoes with that . Our server was quite confused by that request. :confused3



I then had the flambeed crepes for dessert. Not only were they very yummy, the server also provided a little show around the flambee-ing! Just to see that again, I would order it again!



J. didn't want dessert :confused3 but had a coffee

 


SandraVB79

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Since we stayed at the HNY, we also had breakfast at the Manhattan restaurant:



BTW, I only took a that on my plate to show you what was available... You didn't think I ate that much for breakfast, did you?? ;) :rolleyes1 :thumbsup2 :rotfl2:
 
  • Willem

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    Dec 4, 2007
    The menu of Manhattan has changed, now it's an Italian restaurant. The price is about the same as before. Haven't tried the new menu yet, but it looks very good. However I liked the old menu so much I doubt it will be better.
     

    tigger300686

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    Jul 27, 2007
    I knew i'd read that the menu had changed, anyone know what the new menu is like or where i could find it?i'd love to eat here but hadn't faniced anything on the old menu.
     

    A Small World

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    We are considering trying this restaurant on our next visit next month. If we do I'll do a report and get loads of photos
     

    tigger300686

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    :thumbsup2 That would be wonderful- any chance of a pic of the menu too:goodvibes
     
  • Bolanette87

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    I'd be really interested in the seeing the new menu too... My partner loves Italian food so it could potentially be a really nice place to go for a meal! :goodvibes

    Bob xoxox
     

    tigger300686

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    i'm really looking forward to eating here- i love italian food it could could knock cafe mickey off my number one spot of favourate restaurant
     

    Bolanette87

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    When are you going? If it's before April 7th, let me know if it's good!

    Bob xoxoxo
     
  • tigger300686

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    Urmmmmm Sept 2009:rolleyes1 maybe you'll be telling me how good it is
     

    SandraVB79

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    Too bad they changed it, I really liked the restaurant and the food as it was. Ate some really good things there!

    Does anyone have an idea about the prices? Last time I went, they had upped the price considerable (44 eur instead of 32, or something like that for a 3-course menu) and I didn't go back because of the price.
    I could forget about the change of food if the food is good and the price is decent again :)
     

    A Small World

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    We are still considering eating here on our next trip later this month so will let you all know. If we dont eat here I'll have a good look at the menu posted outside - glanced at it at Christmas but didnt really take it in
     

    A Small World

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    Too bad they changed it, I really liked the restaurant and the food as it was. Ate some really good things there!

    Does anyone have an idea about the prices? Last time I went, they had upped the price considerable (44 eur instead of 32, or something like that for a 3-course menu) and I didn't go back because of the price.
    I could forget about the change of food if the food is good and the price is decent again :)

    A recent review on DLP Food forum seems to suggest there are 2 set menus: 38 and 44 Euros so it looks as though the price hasnt changed just the type of food
     

    A Small World

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    Sorry but the photo of the new menu isnt as clear as we'd hoped.

    Not sure if you can read it but at least it gives an idea of the prices of the set meals. It looked very nice and we booked to go there on our last evening however we then changed our mind for several reasons and went elsewhere instead.

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    Bolanette87

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    Thank you! Can't read a lot of it, but it answered my main questions (Which were price, and how much choice....).... ! :goodvibes

    Bob xoxoxox
     

    A Small World

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    The €44 menu I thinks says any starter, any pasta, rissotto or main course and any dessert.


    The €38 menu I think is - antipasti (mixed starter), any pasta or risotto and tiramisu.

    I seem to remember there is no pizza on the adult menu
     



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