Kings’ Carriage House, at 251 East 82nd Street, New York City, has until recently been know only by word of mouth. Since it opened in 1994, the restaurant has been receiving increasing acclaim. The Zagat Survey ranks it among New York City’s top 50 restaurants for décor and notes that “the cooking is royally good.”
Proprietors Elizabeth King and Paul Farrell have sought to recreate the elegant hospitality of a European manor house in this intimate two-story establishment. Gilded paintings, crystal chandeliers and antique furnishings are all part of the aristocratic atmosphere. Expert staff flawlessly provide an exceptional dining experience indulging each guest with romance, charm and warm hospitality.
The three-course table d’hote dinner menu features lamb, salmon, prime beef, poultry and game. Seasonal specialties include pheasant pot pie, wild mushroom bisque en croute & rack of venison. An offering of luxurious desserts and stilton cheese with fruits, biscuits & a nightcap of port make a memorable finish.