Ruby Foo's Dim Sum and Sushi Palace, the critically acclaimed, enormously popular, pan-Asian restaurant on the Upper West Side, has a sibling starring on Broadway, in the Theatre District.
On the 49th Street corner, a "Retro-Chinatown-style," revolving sign made of neon and fifty-foot-long block letters, beckons passers-by to enter a world of pan-Asian wonder.
Inside this 7,000 square foot, 300-seat, multi-decked "Palace", bold colors, broad decorative strokes, mah-jongg tiled walls and colorful cocktail tables recreate the visual essence of the Ruby Foo's design. The restaurant's focal point is at its center. There, a huge lacquered "red gate" archway displays an impressive array of Asian artifacts. Accenting the venue's dramatic lighting, lanterns replicated from China's "Forbidden City," hang from the ceiling. At the north end, a gold-leafed Buddha keeps a watchful eye over the guests.
You don't need friends in high places for a front row seat at the 20-seat Sushi Bar. Day and night, sushi chefs put on a spellbinding show, producing some of the freshest maki rolls and sushi in the city.
Capture the energy of the street, from a Broadway window table, as you choose from a menu designed for sharing. Feast on addictive dim sum, and on entrees such as Sesame Crusted Tuna and 7-Flavor Beef with Ginger Mashed Potatoes and Chili-Lime Salsa. Catch the latest Broadway buzz with seductive cocktail selections, including Ruby Foo, their version of the "Cosmopolitan," or choose from the awards-winning, yet reasonably-priced, wine list.
Certified Green Restaurant®
This restaurant has been certified according to the GRA's Green Restaurant® 4.0
criteria, which provides a comprehensive and user-friendly method of rewarding
existing restaurants & foodservice operations, new builds, and events with points
in each of the GRA's Seven Environmental Categories.
Telephone: (212) 489-5600
Address: 1626 Broadway
Cross Streets West 49th Street
Hours And Additional Info
Price: Expensive. About $31 to $50 per person.
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