About Remi

Located in the heart of Midtown, Remi restaurant was created and designed by Adam D. Tihany and chef Francesco Antonucci. Remi combines the cuisine, architecture, and atmosphere of Venice.

Food

Decor

Service

User Reviews for Remi

All Reviews for Remi

food
  • But the food was a shock. An Italian restaurant whose polenta has a texture somewhere between glue and molasses? Their speciality veal ravioli in a sa...
  • The dcor of the place was fantastic! Service was a bit sketchy at times, but food was always hot and well presented. We weren't overly impressed with ...
  • So I DJ'd for the 3rd time yesterday here....
  • Service continues to be excellent, without exception. food is superb, though not imaginative...
  • Service was poor, the meal was well prepared but very slow and not the warm. The Restruant was not overbooked so I was expecting something more...
ambiance
  • I was very surprised, and not in a nice way, by Remi. The setting is very pretty, the music just right in tone and mood, the service was good if not ex...
  • service took a nosedive when my party asked for the restaurant week menu. We were rushed through the meal with the check deposited on the table as the ...
  • Very attractive midtown Italian that's been open for 20 years. The curving space has high ceilings, a mural, comfortable seating, and outdoor dining...
service
  • I was very surprised, and not in a nice way, by . The setting is very pretty, the music just right in tone and mood, the service was good if not expert...
  • I went here once on teen night and I had a great time. It wasn't that crowded and there was actually room to dance...
  • Done this for years. service continues to be excellent, without exception...
value
  • The food was excellent and very nicely presented. Excellent value for the $$$$...
return
  • I dine thoughout the city on a regular basis and have never incountered this rude attitude at any restaurant . I would have to say I will never return...
  • I choose Remi for restaurant week because I was impressed with the menu. I don't think that the food lived up to my expectations...
  • The service was the best part of the meal. Though the decor is nice, the restaurant was filled will tourists for dinner as it is attached to a hotel...
  • The bartender even tasted his wine(I guess in case it was poisoned)Busboy brought check-said waiter "went downstairs to do something" - will never return...
pasta
  • All three were really unusually good. I had a lovely salad and my friends split a pasta (of which I had a bite -- also lovely)...
  • The vegetable plate, which was made . But the homemade pasta with lobster and mushrooms (sadly, a special and not on the regular menu) was scrumptious...
  • Worst: Caesar salad - somewhat tasteless. pasta very good...
city
  • Our dinner arrived,luke warm and lacking the flavor you would expect from an Italian restaurant, there are better restaurants in the city, we won't be back...
  • .I spin but this spot draws a lot of the big DJs in Queens and stars from the city and Jersey...
  • Nothing was exceptional and I will not be returning for such a high-priced, but ultimately disappointing, dinner when there are so many fantastic Italian places in the city...