“Over-priced lousy food served with incredible attitude.”
Shame,should be closed and sued for taking your money..
Menu deceiving, food not good, do not visit.
No star deserved. Ridiculous. I could buy better from any low-end diner or from street vendors.
If you hungry and look for food go to mc Donalds over this one because Mc Donalds will taste like 5 star luxury over Le Caprice.
I am wondering they are in business but thinking how many tourists and people who don’t know what is all about and them food is like, just judging from the outside and walking buy, it explainis. You can be fool only one time. Le Caprice food is quality and taste that should be thrown to go straight to garbage as your money when you pay for it. As they just made fool of you telling you trough the food how stupid you are to eat there and pay for it. Manager did not really care knowing them game. You also charged for it, ridiculous. You will ask your self o manager: What is this: Joke? not food. You will not eat your food in Le Caprice after only first taste and you will pay for it. They are shame for the location.
If you looking for quality and good food do not come near to Le Caprice. Void it. Stomack feelt not good after visiting. This is no, no, no.
everything's great EXCEPT FOOD. It's a place for wannabes who don't have real taste for food but want to experience the atomosphere.. would never go back.
What A Joke. Over-priced lousy food served with incredible attitude. You couldn't pay me to go back.
Citysearch Editorial Review. Daddy Warbucks could do worse for his afternoon cocktail than Le Caprice. Midtown’s glittery London import lures the well-to-do with three power plays: location (the Pierre Hotel off of Central Park), decor (sophisticated Breakfast at Tiffany’s-style black and white accents) and clientele (who somehow seem to instinctively match their surroundings). Every man as far as the eye can see wears a black three-piece suit, and the women seriously sparkle. This is where one takes a rich uncle to admire a menu packed with French and new American standbys like the decadent veal chop or rack of Colorado lamb (both over $40), although more humble dishes, like fish and chips and roasted rabbit, are also on offer.
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