Went on a family trip to NY. Tried the restaurant and was terribly disappointed. Couldn't find a single dish that was tasty and struggled to find many vegetarian options. Would not go again.
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But a most uninteresting space. No art. Uninviting modern. At least quiet...quite unlike the other Aquavit nearby.
It is the first time I have been so disappointed by a Michelin starred restaurant, two stars on top of this. I went there with friends for dinner and were at first well pleased with the decor and the professionlism we were greeted with, both...More
Overall, quite a positive experience. Impeccable service, on all levels, one of the best we have ever had. Very good ambiance, and interesting interior decor. Also, 2 Michelin stars are not accorded for nothing. Also, a 9-course Chef Tasting Menu in reality turns into more...More
We've had Aquavit on our list of NYC restaurants to visit for years and finally dined here this summer. The experience exceeded our expectations. We enjoyed the seasonal tasting menu with wine pairing. Every course and wine selection was beautifully aligned and absolutely delicious. The...More
I just came back from a week in Sweden, so this may explain my high standards and state of mind in reviewing Aquavit. The food here is downright awful. My guest and I ordered the Swedish meatballs. I swear these tasted worse than the ones...More
This place is amazing -- the tasting menu had so many perks and extras between the courses we lost track of what was a course and what was an extra. There is creativity in all the dishes with a scandinavian influence -- lots of care...More
If there is one restaurant guide I'd follow with my eyes shut that would be the Michelin Guide... And it happens so that the 2017 edition of this mythical Guide has awarded 2 stars to Aquavit - the Scandinavian place in midtown Manhattan. And to...More