In a city renowned for cuisine, Asiate excels

Asiate’s contemporary American cuisine is creatively accented with modern, artistic touches, presenting one of the most unique dining experiences in Manhattan. A combination of gracious service, inventive cuisine, stylish décor and stunning views ensure that the restaurant is a hit with both guests and locals alike.

Using Central Park views for inspiration, the focal point of the restaurant is an incredible tree-branch sculpture symbolizing trees in winter. Hanging from the ceiling, it is breathtaking in both scope and style. Add to this a huge wall of wine housing over 1,300 bottles and a seasonal menu featuring fresh, local produce, and you have the perfect environment in which to enjoy delectable cuisine.

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An artistic blend of seasonal flavors

Creatively accented with artistic touches, Asiate offers contemporary and modern cuisine. Using only the freshest, most flavourful ingredients, menu highlights include Lobster with spring peas, baby carrots and orange blossom as well as Wagyu Beef with smoked potato purée and red wine reduction.

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, we offer guests the choice of an a la carte menu, three-course prix fixe menu and for dinner, a seven-course Tasting menu. On the weekend, our three-course, prix fixe brunch menu attracts visitors and locals alike and includes such comfort food favourites as Brioche French Toast with sugar peach compote, pecan toffee syrup and whipped lemon mascarpone cream.


Angie Berry

A former art student and graduate of The School of Culinary Arts in Houston, Texas, Chef de Cuisine Angie Berry draws upon her background in the arts as well as the unique cultural happenings in New York City when creating her artistic and innovative menus.

Chef Berry joined Mandarin Oriental, New York as part of Asiate’s opening team in 2003 and quickly worked her way up from Tournant to Sous Chef. Following a short sabbatical to pursue opportunities with other fine dining establishments in Manhattan, including Del Posto, she returned to Asiate in 2009 and was subsequently promoted to Chef de Cuisine in 2012.


A room with an outstanding view

Decorated in a similar style to the main restaurant, our beautiful private room enjoys stupendous views over north Manhattan and Central Park. 

With seating for up to 12 guests, the room’s simple, yet sophisticated, design includes pale wooden floors, floor-to-ceiling windows and a wall of wine featuring an impressive selection of vintages.


Reserve a table

Reservations can be made by calling the restaurant directly or via

For inquiries or information about large parties, please contact us by phone.

+1 (212) 805 8881 


Asiate is closed for restyling and will reopen on Monday, August 11.