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Modern Scandinavian dishes & bar snacks
Gastropub · East Village · $$$
Contemporary Scandinavian food is showcased with simple plates built around seasonal, sometimes unusual ingredients and techniques (such as fermenting, curing and rehydrating) at this East Village spot. The rustic/elegant room holds two-tops, communal tables and a corner counter for wine and bar snacks.
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6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
6:00 PM - 10:30 PM
6:00 PM - 10:30 PM
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
location 58 2nd Avenue, New York, NY 10003, USA phone +1 917-892-6350 website www.neat-nyc.com directions Get Directions
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Every dish is mind blowing. I recommend trying everything on the menu. Great service, great food, great wine. Everyone I've brought thinks it's the best food experience in NYC - all in casual Nordic style.
Peter Griffin · April 14, 2017
We went to N'eat last Saturday night for my birthday with a 10pm reservation. I was excited to experience New Nordic cuisine here in NYC after having recently visited Copenhagen. The food is delicious, creative and exciting however the check adds up quickly. I am happy to pay for the quality but it felt like the menu was priced as if the tax and tip were included. The 3 star review is because of the value and service. In NYC restaurants poor 5-6oz of wine not 4oz like we had. Our server was lovely and brand new and I believe the girl training her was the manager. The style of training is very Scandinavian which would be okay in Copenhagen but it doesn't fly here. The manager was making obvious corrections for every little move our server made including a correction about repeating the order, then entering it in the system and finally, putting the menu back in its place. None of this should be seen/heard from a guest dining. Then a gentleman came in asking for work and instead of pulling him aside out of an earshot of our table, she told him very firmly that he had already been there earlier and she doesn't have work for him. Again, not something a guest in NYC wants to hear when visiting a fine dining establishment, we made eye contact after that interaction and it was a very awkward moment. I was quite shocked at how she spoke to him. The worst part was after we settled the check and were told we could hang out and finish our wine, there were very obvious actions like turning the lights off in the back which is a clear: "GET OUT!" Every reservation whether at 6pm or 10pm should be treated exactly the same. This review is constructive criticism for N'eat to adjust their policies because the people who can afford to eat at your establishment expect a certain level of service. I don't plan on returning after our experience.
Dan Daley · May 2, 2017
Extremely innovative menu from a Michelin stared Danish chef. Classy, distinguished and one of the few restaurants quiet enough to have a conversation. Love it.
Oakshade nj · May 11, 2017