The cosy corner tables are perfect for a romantic dinner à deux.
A very fashion-forward crowd gathers here, so the more avant garde the better.
The hotel’s edgy Gallic bistro, Dirty French, from the restaurant power-trio Major Food Group (of Torrisi Italian Specialties and Carbone fame) is a dining destination for hotel guests and locals, alike. In a lively room styled with vintage flea market finds and a painting of a French flag by Julian Schnabel, you'll feast on traditonal fare such as black bass en papillote, bouillabaisse noire and, of course, a flavourful steak au poivre.
Sip an expertly mixed Manhattan or a glass of wine out on the enclosed garden or get cosy in front of the roaring fireplace in the lounge. Rub elbows with LES gliterati at Dirty French as you throw back a Belmondo – a blend of tequila, pear, ginger and lemon juice – or one of the other intricate concoctions on the signature list.
The lobby bar is open 6pm to 2am. Dinner is served 5:30 to 11pm.
Feeling peckish? A simple room service menu with breakfast dishes, salads, burgers and sandwiches is available 24 hours