New York is undoubtedly a considerable culinary hub that celebrates world cuisine using the abundance of great restaurants and talented chefs. At least once shortly, we have the craving to test something new, unusual and maybe even weird for our tastebuds. Have you heard about Basque country, an autonomous community in northern Spain possessing well-preserved cultural traditions and, ought to be fact, astonishing cuisine? Affected by the abundant Mediterranean's abundant resources on one side and a fertile valley alternatively, Basque cuisine is a beautiful mix of seafood, meat and vegetables. The renowned vineyards in Ebro Valley add a charming accent to the meal. If you are having problems finding the right spot for a fantastic Basque place, we're happy to help.
Hidden in LUMA Hotel Times Square, Ortzi is really a spacious, sleek restaurant with amazing Basque country-inspired dishes led by Chef Jose Garces and Chef de Cuisine Michael Han, who create both original and spectacular plates. Opened for three meals daily, and excellent for tapas and some drinks, the restaurant is undoubtedly one of the most creative and exciting new Spanish openings in NYC. For any full dining experience, get one of the forty-five seats in the latest, contemporary, bright dining space built around a wide open kitchen. If you're craving for something more casual, land within the lobby of LUMA hotel using its first-come/first-serve bar and lounge with an upscale wood-paneled bar, offering the same menu because the dining area.
Patrons are thanks for visiting indulge in the chic dining experience with Ortzi's four-course traditional Basque tapas experience with exclusive wine pairings, or just order by the menu. In either case, you won't be disappointed. Using only fresh ingredients for their dishes, the restaurant offers a wide variety of must-sample seafood plates such as the ever-favorite roasted branzino complemented with bean stew, spiced cauliflower, hazelnut sofrito and piquillo. Start your culinary journey to Basque with Queso Mixto or Jamon Iberico and proceed with Pan con Pantacas or roasted foie gras. Don't leave the restaurant without trying out a conventional Spanish dessert, Copa Caramel, created using milk chocolate cream, caramel foam, wine, orange zest and sea salt. Besides fantastic food, the restaurant offers an extensive beverage menu, centering round the wines and spirits of Northern Spain and Atlantic France.
See, taste, smell and hear the essence of flavorful traditions inside an imaginative setting with Ortzi, the Basque gem inside the urban culinary treasure of recent York City.
120 W 41st St.
New York, NY 10036