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10 Columbus Cir Ste 4 (at W 60th St)
New York, NY 10019
United States
(map) (212) 823-9335
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Sample the soft, malty pretzel sticks. Then order the foie gras. No one does it better than Keller. A long pink slab is less of a livery terrine, more of an airy mousse.
Ryan Sutton
Bloomberg

* Critic Reviews

  • "
    The food is beautifully conceived, elegantly presented, and as varied as the colors of the rainbow.

    New York Magazine
    74
  • "
    Nerds will relish the happy little reminders throughout that this is a Thomas Keller joint. A melt-in-your-mouth bite of encased rhubarb ice cream mimics the size and shape of a gougère, that elegant cheesy poof that begins the savory tasting menu

    Village Voice
    83
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    Sample the soft, malty pretzel sticks. Then order the foie gras. No one does it better than Keller. A long pink slab is less of a livery terrine, more of an airy mousse.

    Bloomberg
    85
  • "
    But no restaurant in New York City does a better job than Per Se of making personal and revelatory the process of spending hundreds and hundreds of dollars on food and drink.

    New York Times
    93
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    Like scoring standing-room nosebleeds at the Met, when you’re stuck in the lounge at Per Se, it’s hard not to feel like a second-class citizen.

    Time Out
    63