Angie Berry

Chef de Cuisine

  • Asiate
  • New York, New York, USA

As chef de cuisine at Mandarin Oriental, New York’s signature restaurant, Asiate, Angie Berry is responsible for the overall management of the restaurant, creating inspiring menus. She joined the property as part of the opening team in 2003, working her way up to tournant and then sous chef. Before transitioning to the culinary world, Berry was an art major at the University of Texas.

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  • On June 13, 2013
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    What are the private dining rooms like at Asiate?

    Restaurant Asiate’s private Wine Room up to 10 guests. The intimate space enjoys a backdrop of a glittering wall of wine and breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. Guests may customize their group’s menu or order from Asiate’s main menu.
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    What is the interior design of Asiate?

    Ranked as one of New York City’s top restaurants for its décor by the 2012 Zagat Survey, the soul of Mandarin Oriental, New York comes to life in the simplicity, elegance, balance and vitality of Asiate. Designed by Tony Chi, one of the world’s design visionaries, the vibrant 90-seat Asiate is located on the 35th floor, with unparalleled views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline from 16-foot, floor-to-ceiling windows.

    Intimate booths, some with floor-to-ceiling windows, accommodate up to four people, and a private dining area for up to 10 guests provides a distinct setting, with breathtaking views as a backdrop to delectable cuisine.

    A large, glittering sculpture with a “tree branch” hangs from the ceiling of the restaurant, emulating the trees of Central Park in winter. Asiate offers seasonal menus that mirror the changing of the seasons viewed in the Park.

    A wall of wine greets diners at the entrance of Asiate with an award-winning wine list featuring an impressive selection of vintages from around the globe displayed in floor-to-ceiling glass cabinets.
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    What is the chef's food philosophy at Asiate?

    Asiate features contemporary cuisine with subtle Asian influences. Fresh, local ingredients bring a new twist to signature dishes each season brought together in a balance and harmony.
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    What are five things I should know about Asiate?

    Here’s our list of the five things you should know about Asiate:

    Asiate’s seasonal menu features dishes made with fresh, local ingredients brought together in balance and harmony inherent in every aspect of Mandarin Oriental.

    Asiate showcases unforgettable views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline.

    Asiate was designed by renowned interior designer Tony Chi, and is ranked as one of New York City’s top restaurants for its décor by 2012 Zagat Survey.

    There is a dramatic wall of wine that houses over 1,300 bottles of the restaurant’s collection.

    The interior is crowned by a glittering tree-branch sculpture hanging from the ceiling that symbolizes the trees of Central Park in winter.
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    Does Asiate have any special views?

    Mandarin Oriental, New York’s signature restaurant Asiate perches above the city on the hotel’s 35th floor showcasing unparalleled views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline from its floor-to-ceiling windows.
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    What is parking like at Asiate?

    Valet parking is available for guests visiting restaurant Asiate at Mandarin Oriental, New York. For guests who wish to park their own vehicle there is a parking garage conveniently located right next to the hotel.
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    What is the price range for a meal at Asiate?

    The lunch menu at Asiate offers guests a seasonal three-course prix fixe menu for $34.Weekend brunch attracts visitors and locals alike with a three-course, $54 prix fixe menu. Asiate offers an elegant dinner featuring a three-course prix fixe menu for $90 per person and a seven course Tasting Menu for $135.
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    Are there places to sit while we wait for a table at Asiate?

    The Lobby Lounge and MObar, which is located on floor 35 adjacent to restaurant Asiate, are two locations you can utilize while waiting for your table. The Lobby Lounge features a dramatic panorama of Central Park, Columbus Circle and bustling Broadway and offers coffee, afternoon tea from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. daily, creative cocktails and an eclectic light menu while you wait for your table. MObar is one of New York City’s best kept secrets, and in addition to Manhattan classical cocktails it also offers a wide selection of fine wines by the glass and signature infusions.
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    Is Asiate a good place for group dining?

    Asiate’s intimate setting provides the perfect backdrop for small group dining. The private Wine Room accommodates up to 10 guests. Parties may dine with up to 10 guests in the main dining room.
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    When is Asiate open?

    Asiate’s operating hours are as follows: Breakfast is served from 7 to 10:30 a.m. Monday to Sunday, lunch is from noon to 2 p.m. Monday to Friday, and brunch runs from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Dinner is available from 6 to 10 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday.
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