Excellent food, tables too close together, overpriced. Serve time was long because the place was crowded.
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This is a gracious and pretty restaurant with a charming mid-twentieth century aesthetic.. The greenhouse-like setting is ideal for intimate lunches, with light, tasty dishes and leisurely service.
I have eaten here quite a few times with my husband in the past. I have always enjoyed it very much. The museum is a jewel with wonderful exhibits. However, two weeks ago, and I was with two friends, the cafe was about half full...More
We ate here late last year during a visit to the Asia Society. There is a wonderful exhibit on offer now showing many objects from the Tang Dynasty found from a wrecked ship from the ninth century. The room is a bit cold and forebidding...More
Offered fresh cherry lemonade drink and it was very pleasing. The menu offers small plates, plus lunch entrees, with specials each day. The Ahi Tuna was excellent, as was the Massor Dall
This is a very attractive and appealing restaurant with some very good Asian food. We particularly liked the dumplings and the tuna sushi. The tempura vegetables were less impressive. Still, on the whole this was a fine meal. Recommended.
The cafes at the New York City museums seem to have agreed to improve their cafes -- the Jewish Museum has just added a great eating option with Russ and Daughters, for example. It's great that the Asia Society is doing so -- there aren't...More
Around the corner from the Frick Collection, this is a wonderful and different place to have lunch... yes.. the food is asian... 2 of us had tempura which was excellent and one had a curry chicken salad... also very good.. it was not expensive, atmosphere...More
The Asia Society Museum always has something interesting, beautiful and educational to see: traditional and contemporary exhibitions, film screenings, literature, performing, and visual arts. The headquarters’ holdings include works from more than thirty Asian-Pacific countries including Hindu and Buddhist statuary, temple carvings, Chinese ceramics, paintings,...More
You have to try the chicken curry salad. Delicious. And those trees in the Garden Court? Real. Even though it is all indoors. The kitchen is two stories down - to accommodate the roots.