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    Ladurée Soho, New York Review

    398 W Broadway, New York, NY 10012, USA
    Ladurée Soho Review
    5 Star Rating
    Tags: New York, USA, French reviewsThe Bill: £57 per head

    On a recent trip to New York, we decided to pay a visit to Laduree in Soho. This iconic restaurant is famous for more than just its delicious macarons, and we were intrigued to experience a dinner service. The restaurant’s decor is nothing short of magnificent, with grand chandeliers, draped curtains and large gold-framed mirrors hung strategically.

    When we arrived, we were greeted warmly by a member of the team and shown to our table. Despite the decadent interiors, on this occasion, we actually decided to dine in Laduree’s leafy outside seating area, which was just as wonderfully presented. It truly is a beautiful space that brings a touch of Parisian glamour to the heart of New York.

    I began the evening with a cocktail from the Les Classiques list in the form of a well made Bloody Mary. My partner went for the Murs Sour which saw a mix of Bourbon, blackberries, mint, St. Germain and fresh lemon. Both cocktails were expertly made and beautifully presented. We were suitably impressed, and enjoyed each sip as we browsed the menu.

    To start our dining experience, we decided to share their Lobster Caesar Salad which saw lobster served on a wonderful salad, consisting of parmesan, croutons, butter lettuce and free-range eggs. This was a stunning dish full of both fresh flavours and luxurious rich ingredients. The textures were extremely well balanced, and it was simply delicious.

    “It truly is a beautiful space that brings a touch of Parisian glamour to the heart of New York.”

    Four our main courses, after much thought and debate, I decided on the Albacore tuna steak which came served rare, along with ginger and lemon and garnish with watercress. The tuna was cooked perfectly to my liking and was wonderfully fresh and pink in colour. My partner went for the Chicken Paillard, which saw organic chicken served with pesto, arugula, parmesan and fresh tomatoes. We also added a side of French fries. Alongside our main courses, we enjoyed a fine glass of Sauvignon Blanc, Beau Mayne Bordeaux.

    To finish our dining experience we shared a selection of 8 macarons by the name of: Rose, Blackcurrant Violet, Pistachio, Orange Blossom, Vanilla, Lemon, Passionfruit, and Marie Antoinette. As expected from Laduree, the macarons were just perfect, with the Orange Blossom being a personal favourite and a real highlight.

    As you may be able to tell from our experience, Laduree offer an eclectic mix of cuisines, from classic french flavours to Italian dishes and even Asian influences. It’s a great place to go with a group, as there really is something for everyone.

    Overall we had a wonderful evening at Laduree and we would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a special experience in Soho, New York. The service was friendly and efficient, and we were left wanting for nothing. The food and drink were equally as impressive as the service, and we certainly look forward to returning.

    Photos courtesy of Ladurée Soho

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