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49 W. 44th St. (Fifth & Sixth Aves.) Send to Phone
Triomphe presents French cuisine amid an elegant ambience at The Iroquois New York.

Breakfast daily, Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner Mon.-Sat.

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Triomphe Restaurant Review

: Quel Triomphe! This diminutive establishment triumphs as one of the lovelier hotel restaurants in town. For starters, the dining room, separated from the attractive bar area by a curtain, has only 12 or so tables. The décor is quite appealing, featuring a glowing recessed ceiling with crown moldings galore and safe artwork. But there's more to it, from the lovely bud vases on each table to the contemporary French menu; Triomphe manages to be a civilized retreat for diners in need of good food and proper service without the pretension and trendiness found elsewhere. To begin, consider the umami oysters or perhaps bison carpaccio with Dijon mustard and Tête de Moine cheese. Main courses may include wild boar strip loin; pumpkin-encrusted Montauk yellowfin tuna with forbidden rice cake and roasted kabocha squash; or beef Wellington with foie gras and mushroom duxelle. After a sliver of cheese and sip of sweet wine, end the meal with crème brûlée and flambé baked Alaska.
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