The restaurant that's an ode to French gastronomy and caviar
The restaurant is currently closed for renovation Founded in 1984, the Petrossian New York restaurant is located in the magnificent Alwyn Court building in the west of Manhattan, just a block away from Carnegie Hall and four blocks from the Lincoln Center. The Petrossian New York restaurant serves contemporary cuisine with a strong French influence. The dishes on the menu feature caviar, smoked fish, foie gras, and all the Petrossian specialities that are famous around the world. You can enjoy your meal on the beautiful Art Deco bar featuring a fabulous mirror, or in the dining room. Designed by Ion Oroveanu, the restaurant has walls made of Lalique crystal, bronze carvings from the 1930s, Limoge porcelain, a Lanvin chandelier, and pink granite from Finland. Together, they harmoniously create a visual ambiance that's a treat for the eyes, while your taste buds are being pampered.
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