Saturday, December 22, 2012

Le Bernardin

It was my birthday yesterday, and I am now one year closer to my mid-twenties. In celebration, here is a visual post of when I dined at one of the greatest, Le Bernardin. I was there exactly a year ago, and it was a beautifully elegant birthday dinner with impeccable food and unforgettable company. If you enjoy seafood, Le Bernardin will not disappoint. Chef Eric Ripert flawlessly presents dish after dish of intricate combinations, using a global influence for his French cuisine. The service is a seamlessly choreographed dance and the dining room a spacious modern affair. Did I mention it holds 3 Michelin Stars and is consistently New York's best? I can't wait to come back! 



Amuse bouche
Nebraska Wagyu Beef; Langoustine and Osetra Caviar Tartare 
Black Pepper-Vodka Crème Fraîche, Pomme Gaufrette
Ultra Rare Yellowfin Tuna;
Spiced Dashi Gelée, 
Green Peppercorn – Iberico Chutney
Butter Poached Lobster Tail; Spiced Celeriac,
Earl Grey-Citrus Sauce
Baked Cod;
Artichoke “Barigoule” Perigord Truffle Butter
Lacquered Hiramasa;
Chayote Squash, Sofrito Broth
Crispy Black Bass;
Pickled Cucumbers, Black Garlic-Persian Lime Sauce
Greek Yogurt, Candied Buddha's Hand, Basil Seeds
Salted Peanut Caramel, Maralumi Milk Chocolate, Malted Milk Crunch




Petite Four


Le Bernardin
155 West 51st Street
New York, NY 10019

1 comment:

  1. That looks incredible, I can't believe that's not even your first time there. I. Must. Go. Now!

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