A sense of romance steps from Central Park
Contemporary American cuisine reaches new levels of perfection at Asiate, the restaurant located inside Mandarin Oriental, New York

The sophisticated space is an ideal setting for the well-executed fare, which infuses an elegant touch of Asian flair. Though dishes typically change with the calendar, you can always expect your plate to burst with flavor, color and artful presentation. 

Take in the views of Central Park through the 16-foot windows; the glittering tree-branch sculpture hanging from the ceiling; the beautiful china on your table; and the wine collection, which fills up an entire wall of the space. Asiate is just right for a celebration dinner or a power lunch.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Executive chef Cyril Renaud oversees a kitchen that delivers edible works of art that consist of the freshest ingredients, seasonal flavors and unique textures.
  • Asiate makes for a terrific backdrop to your romantic dinner with someone special. Located high above Central Park on the 35th floor within Mandarin Oriental, New York, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant offers unparalleled views of Midtown New York’s skyline, Central Park and Columbus Circle.
  • Chef de cuisine Mazen Mustafa, who has worked in kitchens from France to Philadelphia, offers a global approach that somehow complements Asiate's modern take on American cuisine. 
  • The Wine Team has developed an impressive collection of nearly 10,000 vino selection.

Things to Know
  • The restaurant serves as the main dining room for the towering Mandarin Oriental, New York, so the dining room can fill up quickly. Make reservations for the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant through the hotel concierge, by calling the restaurant directly or by booking on OpenTable.
  • If you want a light bite, Asiate may not be the best place for dinner because the restaurant only serves two menus: a three-course prix fixe and a six-course chef's tasting menu.
  • Lunch at this New York restaurant is a steal; dinner is a splurge. Dinner costs either $90 for a three-course prix fixe menu or $150 for a six-course tasting menu, with an additional wine pairing for $125.
  • Breakfast is one of the more unheralded aspects here. You can feast on the morning sun through the dining room's floor-to-ceiling windows before tucking into a selection of healthy yet hearty options such as scrambled egg whites with spinach, fresh fruit salad and even a Japanese Breakfast with tamagoyaki, miso soup, steamed rice, tofu and salmon. 
  • Asiate is a great spot for cocktails. With an extensive list that’s divided into seasonal, signature, modern classics.
Business casual
Private dining
Reservations recommended
Getting There
80 Columbus Circle, New York, New York 10023
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