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72 West 69th Street
New York, NY 10023
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- Sunday: 11:00 am - 2:30 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:30 pm
- Monday: 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
- Tuesday: 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
- Wednesday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
- Thursday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
- Friday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 5:00 pm - Midnight
- Saturday: 11:00 am - 2:30 pm, 5:00 pm - Midnight
5 of 5.0 from 48 reviews
price range:more than $50
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Great sausages trio
by Michael F.
Great food all around, trout is delicious
by Michael F.
Brunch is awesome! Try the biscuits and gravy!
by Cathy C.
One Michelin star
by La Dolce Vita
Pick the trout, a seasonal entrée, and don’t skip a house cocktail and a wine pairing. Lunch is a steal. – Green Guide Editor
by Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
Food was excellent!
by Sam G.
The freshest real food I have ever tasted. Yummy!
by Angela S.
Bar diners can get individual pizzas if they ask. The crispy dough is made w. a 15 year old sourdough starter, and the toppings change regularly.
by jessica m. h.
Try their brunch! They got one of the best bread baskets!
by Hr R.
Try HOUSE SMOKED BROOK TROUT and BISCUITS AND GRAVY!
by Noriko Kate S.
Hit or miss with the appetizers & pasta. Inconsistent service. The sausage appetizer & pea pancakes (pasta course) were good. Sticking to just an entree is the best bet. The trout and pork were wins.
by Julian A.
Chef Telepan transforms his local, sustainable ingredients into some of the best and most elegantly plated food in town. We love the creamy homemade burrata and the piping hot lobster Bolognese! Mmm.
Had the beet salad and the lobster bolognese. Both were outstanding!
by Andrea B.
Chef Bill Telepan has a gift for cooking greenmarket vegetables, but his menu also includes a few great splurge dishes like the lobster bolognese and the grass-fed ribeye for two. [Eater 38 Member]
Come in and sample cuisine created by Chef Bill Telepan. He's a CIA alumnus. Check out what other CIA alumni are up to here:
by The Culinary Institute of America
Enjoy the ambiance of Thanksgiving in the country w/out having to leave Manhattan, farm-to-table 3 course menu items include heritage pork w lentils & fingerling potatoes & all the traditional fixings
by Halstead Property
Keeps the balance between ambitious and plain yummy. Highly recommendable even though service could be better.
by Thomas K.
Grub Street off-menu dish: Personal Pizzas. "Bar diners can get individual pizzas if they ask. Toppings change but expect things like veal Parmesan w ricotta; or a cheddar, spinach, & bacon option."
Happy to award the Snail of Approval to Telepan
by Slow Food NYC
Try the Smoked Trout Tarte (via @Foodspotting)
by Fábio M.
Very inventive cuisine if you are in the mood for something a little fancier and more nuanced than you typical upper west side restaurant. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu)
The tasting menu with wine pairings have never disappointed
by Sean O.
To convey a sense of bucolic earthiness, his restaurant's menu is patterned with oak leaves, and the walls of the rooms are colored in a soothing, mossy green.
by Louis B.
Telepan's market-driven menu is creative without trying too hard, and the atmosphere is sufficiently refined for a proper dinner with the family or a date.
Try the Wild Striped Bass (via @Foodspotting)
Opt for the Four-course tasting menu with wine pairing ($125/person) for something special or try their made to order Harvest Sunset Sangria
Help support Chef Bill Telepan’s charity Wellness in the Schools through FOOD & WINE’s “Chefs Make Change” program! Click to donate www.foodandwine.com/donate
by Food & Wine
by Seth G.
Loved this restaurant - highly recommend.
by Tracy W.
The most value is in the $32 three course lunch menu here, don't miss out on it! We recommend the pan-roasted trout or the burger for the main course and gianduja for dessert.
by New York Habitat
Look for Amanda the hostess. Extremely cute and polite
by Caroline G.
For a fancy burger, with excellent fries and onion rings. Brunch is delicious with the menu including a dressed-up patty melt. Great for a special occasion, but doesn't have to cost a fortune.
by Serious Eats
The pumpkin cheesecake ice cream sundae is to die for!!!
by Noel D.
Feels Intimate although space is large. Food portions small though, esp. For the price
Vegetarians should eat here every night, though housemade sausage is fab! photos: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150151368969190&set=a.10150151367089190.297499.765634189&type=1&theater
We loved the quiet and mature ambiance that gives off a feel of a country-side establishment as if you were upstate. The lobster Bolognese was perfect, and the tomato sauce it was in was wonderful
by Halstead Property
The Brook Trout appetizer is really not to be missed. Sunday burger night taken at the bar is a treat.
by Ric C.
Get the Brook Trout without Hesitation. The best dish on the menu. I've been going to Telepan for over 4 years and it never gets old.
by Navin C.
Named after the owner and executive chef, Telepan is a culinary adventure. Order the Fois Gras, Poached Egg Open Ravioli, and the Ribeye. Finish everything off with the Strawberry Parfait.
by Dmitriy S.
Great place to mellow out and enjoy earthly delights
by Carole G.
Heading there tonight for $35 Restaurant WEek deal
by Carole G.
Everything is delish but you will be blown away by their roast chicken. So juicy!
by Sarah K.
Try the Apple Sausage Poached Egg and spot it on Foodspotting!
I think the menu is reminiscent of a great neighborhood restaurant with a fine dining touch. Bill has simplified many great dishes and puts his own twist in them. -Thierry Rautureau, Top Chef
Try the Egg in the Hole appetizer!
by Mark K.
Order the tasting menu with wine pairings! Try the Heirloom Tomato Sandwich, The Lobster Bolognese, The Roasted Trout and Straweerry Granita Parfait.
by The Corcoran Group
Try for dessert the Telepan Smore, grafam cracker ice cream, marahmallow & dark chocolate brownie.
by Sandra P.
The house smoked brook trout served over a warm blini is the chef's signature dish. You cannot go here without trying it.
by Ana H.
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