French, Casual/Family, Fine Dining, Banquet/Party Room, Bar, Romantic, Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
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Restaurant DescriptionAmbiance...service...cuisine. Hailed as one of, if not the best restaurant in Midtown Manhattan's Theater District, Triomphe is a hidden gem featuring the culinary art of acclaimed Chef, Steven Zobel. Unpretentious and intimate, Triomphe debuted in the fall of 2000 earning a two star rating by The New York Times and New York Magazine's "Best Theater District Restaurant." Those positive critiques continue, with Triomphe a top rated restaurant featured in the Zagat's Guide, earning an esteemed "24" rating. Chef Zobel is inspired by the seasons, designing each menu to complement the flavors of the freshest of ingredients. Each plate reflects what he believes French cuisine truly stands for...the ability to evoke the senses through the subtle techniques of the masters.
Triomphe itself is a tribute to simplicity of design, creating a "jewel box" atmosphere filled with quiet conversations and delicious aromas.
A perfect respite from the bustling streets of the city, Triomphe offers a bar with mixologists serving their own creations and recommending selections from the extensive wine list chosen by our expert sommelier. We invite you to peruse the pages of our website and to sign our guest book for the latest newsletters and updates from Triomphe featuring menu changes, private dining service availabilities and special evenings with the Chef.
American, French, Casual/Family, Bar
American Traditional, French, Cafe
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