Dining Le Méridien New York, Central Park

Enjoy Food and Drinks Offered at Le Méridien New York, Central Park

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Kumi Japanese Restaurant & Bar

Asian-Fusion

Kumi Restaurant + Lounge combines East-Asian ingredients with Korean flavors, creating a modern approach to Japanese Cuisine. Utilizing sustainably sourced ingredients, guests are welcome to indulge in a variety of shared plates, seasonal fish selections

Mon&Sun
Closed
Tue-Sat
5:00 PM-12:00 AM

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Quality Meats

.2 Miles

Steakhouse favorites, including premium poultry seafood and chops, are complemented by creative new American dishes, like their fabulous corn creme brulee! Quality Meats is a favorite for those looking for a cooler than average steakhouse experience.
Benoit New York

.2 Miles

Alain Ducasse's upscale French bistro is modeled after the Paris original. Polished staff deliver traditional French dishes, among them a perfect onion soup! A renovation in 2016 blends classic French flair with a contemporary New York touch.

Loi Estiatorio

.3 Miles

Creative and delicious Greek cuisine served in a warm and welcoming atmosphere, where you’ll often be greeted personally by award-winning chef Maria Loi herself. Try chef Loi’s housemade Seafood Orzo or enjoy a $44 pre-theater prix-fixe before a show!

Trattoria Dell'Arte

.4 Miles

A midtown favorite for two decades, known for their unmatched antipasto bar and iconic giant white plaster nose that looms above the entrance. Trattoria is open all day, with no break in service between lunch and dinner!
Sarabeth’s

.4 Miles

Sarabeth Levine built a group of uber-popular restaurants from scratch with nothing but a recipe for her orange apricot marmalade, now sold worldwide! Now Sarabeth’s is one of New York’s most famous destinations for breakfast and brunch.
Marea

.4 Miles

Executive chef Michael White presents creative, seafood-focused Italian at his two Michelin star stunner steps from Le Meridien. The wines and crudo are top notch, but White’s signature dish-the Fusilli with Octopus and Bone Marrow-is not to be missed!
Danji

.6 Miles

Danji is a modern 36-seat Korean tapas joint, where Chef Hooni Kim fuses French techniques and Korean cuisine. Most of the seating is communal, making for one of the most social and hip dining experiences in midtown.
Benjamin Prime Steakhouse

1.2 Miles

An instant classic when it opened in 2016, Chef Benjamin’s second Manhattan restaurant is gorgeous; the meat is perfect, and the surf & turf is a work of art. Start with an order of the Sizzling Canadian Bacon, or the Tartare Duo for something lighter.