Sagaponack is a hidden gem in Flatiron district. Beautiful decor and amazing food. Looks like there was a holiday event going on in mezzanine floor. What a great place to get together with friends and family! We started out with bunch of oysters, fluke tartare and gambas al ajillo. Presentation, texture and taste of fluke tartare was sensational! Oysters were so fresh and loved all different toppings. For main course, surf and turf was the big winner! Dry aged ribeye and lobster were packed with flavor and big enough portion to share for the table. Thai milk tea cake was so good. I don’t like sweets but ended up finishing the entire cake! We had an unforgettable holiday gathering at Sagaponack and can’t wait to come back to try different food.
My friend took me to this restaurant while i was visiting NY for the first time. The moment we stepped foot in the restaurant we were warmly welcomed by the kind staff. The hospitality of the staff played a huge role in making our experience extra special. From the professional hostess, to the attentive server which refilled our water constantly and the bartender, all of them made sure to explain every dish and every drink we ordered in small detail. Even the manager, Kyung engaged with us in a pleasant conversation. The restaurant had a cozy, warm atmosphere. It was my first time having seafood and I loved every second of it. Our bartender was Alex and we started with the Buena Siesta and Harana cocktails, which were really tasty, not too sweet, not too sour, and perfectly strong, but not overpowering. Our server was Ami and she really took her time explaining all the dishes. We started off with the Dressed trio oysters. Besides the beautiful and detailed plating, the taste was phenomenal. My favorite one was the cucumber one. Then we had the roasted oysters and the Gochujang butter one has a special place in my heart. The Salmon crudo was fresh and perfectly sweet. The shrimp was so good and the bread was the best I had in the States. The star of the show was the Mussels plate. The sauce and the way they were cooked were absolute perfection. The salmon was also really good, but the rice was amazingly cooked and the sauces were really tasty and savory. We also had the brussel sprouts which were sweet, but a bit bitter. The desserts we had were some small cookies with bourbon and orange and the Thai milk cake. I'm usually not a fan of desserts, because I don't like sweet things too much, but the cake was absolute perfection. I was already full by dessert, but I ate all of the cake. It was sooo good, I fell in love with it. Overall, It was an amazing experience, the food was awesome and shoutout to the amazing staff members! I will definetly be coming back!
Love this place! I’ve been here for lunch and dinner a few times over the past year. I’m such a fan of their roasted oysters (and the cavatelli, and scallops). Oh, and the earl grey crème brûlée is a delight, as is the lychee cocktail. Staff are super friendly.
One of my favorite spots in NYC. Always going back to a few personal favorites such as the oysters, apricot drink, and their seafoods. I had paella this time and it was cooked with bomba rice and it absorbed all of the seafood flavors. I was told that they use lobster stock to flavor the rice, which was impeccable. I’m a sucker for seafood and it had clams, mussels, squid, shrimp, and more. Literally it’s heaven for me. I was so surprised it had chorizo and saffron!!
Had a great dinner with a large group at Sagaponack and everything was amazing. We came for restaurant week, and the food and service were top-notch. Between us all, we tried everything and it was all delicious. I especially loved the Gambas, miso hake, and matcha panna cotta. The group also liked the various cocktails they ordered! A couple in the group is getting married soon and the manager came over to congratulate them and even gave us champagne to toast to them! It was so thoughtful. I will definitely be back!
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