Chefs Club

275 Mulberry St, New York City


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Open Hours:

  • Sun

    11:00 - 16:00, 17:30 - 22:30

  • Mon

    17:30 - 22:30

  • Tue

    17:30 - 22:30

  • Wed

    17:30 - 22:30

  • Thu

    17:30 - 22:30

  • Fri

    17:30 - 23:30

  • Sat

    17:30 - 23:30

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  • patrickthunnus

    - 29 August 2018 -

    Excellent food, wonderful setting. The executive chef rotates out every few months, must check in advance.

  • EJ Sepp

    - 22 August 2018 -

    If you want a great meal in a great atmosphere with very good service, try this place. It's not cheap, but at least you'll get your money's worth.

  • Roz Mays

    - 15 August 2018 -

    My friend and I went for the Fat Rice pop-up and it was phenomenal. I had the rice noodle dish, and we split the pork shoulder, coconut rice and eggplant. Highly reccomend!

  • Santos-Silva Susana

    - 09 August 2018 -

    Great food! How ever, noticed and didn’t like seeing how bad employees are treated (specially bussers). 👎

  • Tarakorn Angpubate

    - 11 July 2018 -

    Good concept restaurant. Overall dishes taste good but not wow. Friendly ambience.

  • Anthony Rahayel

    - 24 March 2018 -

    Chef’s club: a complete immersion into a chef’s kitchen! I’ve been to chef’s club once and I remembered it to be a magical experience! A large bar at the entrance sets the tone, nice vibes, large open kitchen oozing with positive vibes and with sizzling sounds! The smell, the passion, the love, waw! We had the best seats in the house! On a bar facing the open kitchen and next to the pass area with the main chef explaining every dish! Tonight’s theme was featuring the dabney, a DC based restaurant So the idea is that for 3 months, a restaurant or a chef takes over the chef’s club. Let’s eat! The pig ears were an amazing discovery. Not something I would usually order, but waw! Crispy, fatty, sweet and everything in between! The toasted bread with butter: I never thought I would even mention toast & butter! But it is worth it. Whipped butter with Virginia salt & spices on a perfectly toasted bread! Waw! I was enjoying the moment! Watching the chefs in action! The techniques, the details, the plating... Real artists! Back to the food; The Ricotta toast; also the simplest of things tuned into a waw moment! Whipped ricotta on a grilled ciabatta, peas, lemon & mint. The textures, the flavors, the freshness of the ingredients. The chef told me it was his favorite dish & I understand why! And the dishes kept on coming... Real high end experience in a rather casual setting where jacquet is not a must! The scallop with its creamy sauce, the cauliflower topped with a lemony dressing, even the corn bread baked in a cast iron pan, everything was exceptional! Waw! I don’t have enough words to describe the experience: pure magic! Can’t wait for next chef taking over the Chef’s club and for trying the Dabney in DC! If you are around, don’t miss it!

  • Dora Kerekes

    - 12 March 2018 -

    Fabulous experience. We loved everything: the venue, the food, the concept, the service, sitting at the counter watching the chefs working. Can't wait to be back to try the next chef's creations!

  • Matthew Martinez

    - 13 February 2018 -

    Obviously, the specifics of the food and cocktails depend on who is the chef in residence at the time, but I love this concept so much I would definitely come back for whoever is the chef in residence. The service was very good, the atmosphere is cool and comfortable. My only minor complaint is the wine list skews toward baller bottles—I would like to see more esoteric (aka delicious without breaking the bank) choices. Overall though I will be back.

  • Olivier Manhattan

    - 29 January 2018 -

    We went there with friends when they were hosting Chef Jeremiah Langhorne, chef and co-owner of The Dabney in Washington, D.C. The drinks were a bit disappointing but the food was fantastic - fantastic. However, this obviously depends on the chef operating when you dine there. It was surprisingly not expensive for the quantity and quality. The restaurant is spacious and nice, with a big open kitchen. Unfortunately and this is sad when you're having great food, the service was terrible... We waited for half and hour before somebody took our order. They forgot 3 dishes and we had to reorder them. The dishes arrived in the most random order and the cornbread along with the side of potatoes were served last, after we were done with the entrees...

  • X Li

    - 12 December 2017 -

    Latest update: they had their residential chef, JJJ(?), which, unfortunately, are not really to my taste. It's worth trying though. I do hope they'll keep rotating chef in future. Update: the fish is overcooked the third time I visit. First impression: All aspects considered, this is the best restaurant I've ever been to so far , and I don't use the word "best" lightly. The food (arctic char) is divine of course. Although there are better food in town, considering the price, this place is a godsend. Also, I enjoy the relaxed even laid-back atmosphere here, compare with those cramped Michelin restaurants. Nothing to complain about the service. Will visit again.

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