Located on the ground floor of a modern high rise facing the West Side Highway, the restaurant's interior is spare and chic. As New York magazine put it, "Even when Nicole Kidman is dining there, Jean-Georges's eighth restaurant feels serene and subdued."
As is typical with most higher-end restaurants that participate in Restaurant Week, the prix fixe menu was pretty limited. However, given the fact most of Perry Street's entrees alone are in the $30s, it was a steal. They started us off with an amuse bouche of potato soup with truffle oil and housemade potato chips.
For the starter, I had the housemade burrata with Meyer lemon and olive oil.
Not bad for a Tuesday night!