Situated in Manhattan’s state-of-the-art-skyscraper One Vanderbilt, Le Pavillon offers a unique setting, both relaxed and inviting with a refined elegance.
Daniel Boulud, a native of Lyon, France, is considered one of America's leading culinary authorities and one of the most revered chefs in New York, his home since 1982. Best known for his eponymous, exquisitely refined Daniel on Manhattan’s upper east side, he has continually evolved his cuisine and expanded across the united states, as well as Toronto, Montreal, the Bahamas, Singapore and Dubai.
His culinary endeavors have brought him numerous accolades, yet his inspiration remains grounded in the rhythm of the seasons. From his Michelin-starred flagship, to his restaurants across the globe, chef daniel’s culinary approach remains contemporary while staying true to French tradition and his life as a chef in new york.
Designed by Isay Weinfield, the space boasts a natural landscape composed of lush gardens and tall olive trees living among the tailored dining room and soaring ceilings, evoking a deep sense of natural splendor and genuine serenity. Chef Daniel’s celebrated french cuisine, rooted in tradition with a contemporary New York-spirit, is at the forefront of the seafood and vegetable-focused menu at Le Pavillon.
Business casual attire is strongly recommended. Athletic or leisure wear is not permitted and gentlemen are not permitted to wear shorts or sandals in the dining room. Baby strollers or prams cannot be accommodated in the restaurant.