If you’re looking for a fun and unique dining experience or just a fun night on the town, then you should probably check out Jean-Georges’s take on the street foods of Southeast Asia at Spice Market, located in the trendy Meatpacking District. The ambiance and decor at Spice Market are both impressive. and trendy The restaurant is a combination of fun, creative and sexy, which makes it perfect for a date night. Additionally, the bar scene/ lounge area, which serves up a creative cocktail menu is fun and worth a try on its own after work. The service is fast, attentive and accommodating; however, the restaurant gets very busy on the weekends, so you should probably snag yourself a reservation a couple of weeks ahead of time.
The menu includes creative offerings such as, Charred Chili Rubbed Rib Eye Skewer, Steamed Red Snapper and Pork Vindalloo made with Crispy Herbs, Leeks, Lemon Yogurt.
Overall, this is a delicious restaurant in the Meatpacking district, worth giving a try.
Check out some pictures from my visit below:
Where: 403 W 13th Street, New York, New York 10014 (Meatpacking District)
Hours: Noon to midnight Sunday to Wednesday and to 1 a.m. Thursday to Saturday.
Cuisine: Thai, Southeast Asian Fusion
Cost: average $40 per person
Recommendations: Spicy Thai fried chicken wings, striped bass
Try coming from Brunch $35 Prix Fix Menu. Also, don’t forget to check out the semi-private rooms downstairs
Good for: late night, celebrity spotting, romantic date, good atmosphere, trendy bar scene
Reservations recommended (extremely busy during peak hours)