What is the menu like at Asiate?

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You don't want to miss the creative Asian-influenced American menu at Asiate, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant in Mandarin Oriental, New York. Chef de cuisine Angie Berry is skilled at combining Asian and American cuisines, exemplified in the restaurant’s signature dishes like buckwheat and eggs, prepared with soba noodles, osetra caviar and uni cream. She also mixes it up a little with the Wagyu beef with smoked potato purée and yuzu koshu, a peppery paste made from the rind of an aromatic Japanese citrus fruit and chilies. You can sample her cross-cultural cuisine on the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant’s $90 three-course prix fixe as opposed to an à la carte option. If you’re interested in exploring the full range of Berry's skills, indulge in the seven-course tasting menu for $135 — the selection of dishes is fantastically inventive and always delicious, including all the Asiate signatures.

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