With a sophisticated setting in the up-and-coming district of Tribeca, Corton restaurant is one of those dining experiences that will stay with you for a long time. With head-turning sophisticated French cuisine by acclaimed chef Paul Liebrandt and dramatic, minimalist interiors by designer Stephanie Goto, Coton is the epitome of understated luxury. Since opening its doors in 2008, this 2 Michelin star restaurant features Liebrandt’s market-driven contemporary French menu that changes daily and is characterised by clean, precise and intense flavours. There are only six appetizers and six entrées on the menu (along with a great value chef's tasting menu), where you might find a smoky velouté of jerusalem artichokes, or a delicious torchon of foie gras encased in a beetroot gelée. Minimalist modern interiors of stark white walls and vaulted ceilings are softened with intricate adornments such as hand-crafted gold leaves. Whether its for a romantic tryst, business power-dining or simply because you want an incredible meal, Corton is one of New York’s most impressive dining experiences.