Chef Jean-Georges brings relaxed elegance to the West Village with Perry St, which opened in 2005 and has been awarded three stars by the New York Times. Located in the spectacular Richard Meier Towers, the restaurant offers beautiful waterfront views of the Hudson River. The stunning dining room, decorated in soft shades of brown and white, was designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, whose Danish background lends a mid- century modern design sensibility. With only 60 seats, the restaurant feels intimate yet casual and fun. Chef Jean-Georges’ son, Cedric Vongerichten, helms the kitchen, creating dishes that reflect his own keen instinct for balancing flavor and texture with an exquisite blend of French, American, and Asian influences and ingredients. The menu is inspired by the season, centering on the local market at Union Square. Perry St offers a prix-fixe lunch/brunch menu seven days a week.
Chef Cedric Vongerichten loves the picturesque streets of Nolita, which is why he chose this vibrant Manhattan neighborhood as the location for his new restaurant. Wayan offers Indonesian cuisine with a modern French flair, in a sleek space warmed by teak paneling, lush plants, and whitewashed brick. The unique and varied menu combines seasonal products and savory Southeast Asian flavors. Wayan’s showpiece bar turns out innovative cocktails highlighting ingredients inspired by the region. The cozy dining room, with its soothing tones, recessed lighting, and authentic carvings, promotes the sharing of food and conversation.
Meaning “second born” in Balinese, Ma•dé is a new restaurant by Chef Cédric Vongerichten, his wife Ochi Latjuba Vongerichten & their friend and business partner Ezra J. William.
Drawing inspiration from the sandy beaches of Bali for both its menu and décor, Ma•dé is located in the heart of SoHo at 22 Spring Street just next door from their beloved Indonesian restaurant Wayan (which translates to “first born” in Balinese). At Ma•dé, Cédric serves a menu of fresh seafood & vegetable-centric dishes that emphasize global flavors and ingredients from diverse corners of the world, while the cocktail-driven beverage program boasts everything from vegetal and floral notes, to twists of savory umami that add a distinctive touch to each tipple.
Le Burger is a concept by Cedric Vongerichten located in Sudirman Central Business District or SCBD. It is a business district with an integrated mixed-use development concept, located in South Jakarta, Indonesia, consisting of condominiums, office buildings, hotels, shopping, and entertainment centers.
The restaurant attracts mixed of foodie crowds. Le Burger is located adjacent to Cedric's VONG Kitchen; the restaurant will serve signature burgers with delicious sides and desserts, as well as quick breakfast and Grab & Go lunch style. Designed by Rockwell Group, the dining area has an industrial feeling, open kitchen, and a pool table that can convert into a dining table. Also, the restaurant has direct access to the famous nightclub Omnia. The restaurant also offers a Biergarten with unique selections of beers on tap and bottles. Le Burger has received positive reviews from Forbes Indonesia, Harper's Bazaar, The Jakarta Post, and Cosmopolitan Indonesia, among others.
Curated by celebrated chefs Jean-Georges & Cedric Vongerichten, Vong Kitchen brings a new dining experience to Jakarta's Alila SCBD hotel. The open-kitchen restaurant seats up to 162 diners and features an iconic New-York style bar, overlooking the bustle and buzz of the city's most dynamic and sophisticated district. Vong Kitchen complements the Vongerichten's theatrical and colorful food with a refined reinterpretation of New York grill-style dining.