New York City, NY

Our family dining experience at Perrine New York

Hungry Hong Kong

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seabassDaniel Haddad

Perrine is an ideal spot for a mouthwatering and innovative dining experience at the heart of the Upper East Side. Located in the iconic The Pierre we were treated to friendly and professional service in a beautiful setting while we dined at this elegant establishment. We were instantly drawn to the intimate and elegant dining room, beautiful outdoor seating area, and welcoming bar.

The menu features elevated classics created by talented Executive Chef Ashfer Biju. His menu is inspired seasonally and only uses sustainable ingredients for a symphony of incredible flavours and impressive quality. Favourite dishes during our meal included the flavourful Crab Imperial Toast with rye bread, jalapeño, fresh herbs and Gruyere, the delicate and fresh Poached Shrimp Cocktail with horseradish remoulade, the vibrant salad of beets with kale & Granny Smith, candied pecan, radishes and caramelised orange dressing, the fragrant Black Sea Bass with seafood broth, fennel & tomato, and fine herbs, and the melt in your mouth Filet Mignon with roasted fingerling potatoes, spinach, and caberbet jus. Our kids loved the the rich and hearty Hand Cut Cavaletti with Bolognese and fresh oregano which is sure to be a hit when dining with your little ones. Make sure to save room and to not miss out on their irresistible New York Cheesecake.

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steakDaniel Haddad

The service was impeccable at Perrine and they’re always eager to help suggest signature and seasonal specialities as well as the best wine to pair with your delicious meal. An excellent choice for refined NY dining just steps from Central Park.

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