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The look at Per Se is clean and minimal, with tables dressed in all white and topped with simple floral arrangements. Dishes are served on a variety of beautiful china, including chef Thomas Keller's signature Hommage Point collection made by Raynaud in white Limoges porcelain. For glassware, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant uses a mix of Riedel, Spiegelau and Rosenthal glassware. But the best part: With only 16 tables in the main dining room, it practically feels as though there's a sea between you and the next table — a rarity in New York — and you're guaranteed a good view of New York's Columbus Circle and Central Park through the large windows.