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Take a luxury hotel known for its Asian glam (The Setai); a French executive chef (Executive Chef Mathias Gervais, along with Chef de Cuisine Thomas Griese); a lauded Italian-American butcher family... Read More
Take a luxury hotel known for its Asian glam (The Setai); a French executive chef (Executive Chef Mathias Gervais, along with Chef de Cuisine Thomas Griese); a lauded Italian-American butcher family (Pat LaFrieda & Son) and Latino and Russian purveyors (Marky's International Food Emporium, Cinco Jotas, Fernando Pensato), and you have The Setai Grill, open since December 2012. The treats begin when you're seated with a glass of rose Champagne, a loaf of brioche and a plate of prosciutto di San Daniele. They continue when you order items like langoustine encased in papillote to a 30-day prime aged strip sirloin carved table-side by eminently efficient Restaurant Manager Hakan Balkuvvar. The Grill is set off the lobby and resembles a posh, romantic club. Indeed this is prime steak-slicing, date-night dining, with a terrific wine list, a dessert cart and the most perfect cappuccino on the beach to finish things off right.
- French: "Retreat to the Setai on a Sunday morning and indulge all the senses with their popular Jazz Brunch."
- Steakhouses: "With Pat LaFrieda prime meats, Marky's caviar and a host of other delicacies, dining at The Setai Grill is a posh, romantic experience topped only by doing the same across the lobby, in The Restaurant at the Setai."
- Best for French Because: Phenomenal French-influenced cuisine by Chef Gervais combined with the restaurant's opulence (inside and out) will make you fall in love with the Setai.
- Best for Steakhouses Because: Their 30-day dry aged porterhouse, 60-day dry aged bone-in tomahawk steak, and a selection of sauces (truffle ponzu, anyone?) will have you salivating.