Address: 131 Sullivan St, New York, NY 10012
Restaurant Type: American restaurant
What Time Does The Dutch Open?
Tuesday,: 12 to 3PM, 5 to 10PM
Wednesday,: 12 to 3PM, 5 to 10PM
Thursday,: 12 to 3PM, 5 to 10PM
Friday,: 12 to 3PM, 5 to 11PM
Saturday,: 10AM to 3PM, 5 to 11PM
Sunday,: 10AM to 3PM, 5 to 10PM
Monday,: 12 to 3PM, 5 to 10PM
The Dutch Reviews
Great place excellent staff warm and friendly. The food is good so tasty and fresh. The fried chicken is worth it . The oyster are good to with a variety of condiments to put on like fresh shaved horseradish or shallots in vinegar or typical oyster sauce. The Biscuits are good . The beef tartare was nice not gummy. The fries are so nice and fluffy and crispy.
Had a reservation for my bf and I today at The Dutch. We started off with drinks which were a classic Margarita and a draft IPA. Both were delicious and margaritas was well made and flavorful. Next we had the little Oyster sandwiches and an Asian Calamari salad/appetizer. Both were also delicious and flavorful. My bf had the grass fed burger which was stacked high and he really enjoyed it. Fries were nice and crispy and well seasoned. I ordered the fried chicken which the Dutch is famous for. The chicken was beautifully presented with wonderful flavorful and crispy skin, the coleslaw and the honey butter biscuits were absolutely amazing! Now the problem started when I took a bite. My chicken was VERY undercooked and rubbery tasting. It didn’t fall of the bone and was somewhat pink next to the bone which means it was undercooked. This is very dangerous as raw chicken can cause many intestinal issues and problems. We were deciding on what to do and I promptly called our waitress and informed her of the issue. She was very apologetic and sweet, brought the whole dish back and said they will remake it for me again. During our wait, a man who I think was one of the managers came over and also apologized for the outcome of the dish. Everyone was very understanding and wonderful. The second batch of the dish was perfect. Chicken was falling off the bone and cooked to perfection. They also comped one item off the menu as a courtesy for us. Now why did I take off a star? It seems like many other reviewers mention the chicken being undercooked. For a restaurant that is branding itself as one where this particular dish is highlighted and marketed heavily, I’d expect the chef to know how to prepare it flawlessly everytime. Perhaps better training and understanding of how to prepare a signature item should be implemented so guests don’t have to send back undercooked poultry. Just a thought. Otherwise everything else was great!
Came to the dutch during a Sunday afternoon to celebrate a friend’s birthday. We got a really cute booth perfect for 4-5 to sit. Waiters were attentive and the food was great, we got the fried chicken, burger, omelet. Unfortunately, there was a strand of curly human hair that came in the coleslaw of the chicken dish, so I have to knock off a point.
Came here on Valentine’s Day with my wife, and surprisingly got a good table in the corner that wasn’t packed tight against other tables. I had an old fashioned (no Bulleit bourbon which is my usual go to) and my wife got a vodka gimlet and both were excellent. My wife loved the burger, and I thought the fried chicken was good, not amazing. The real star of the show was the whipped butter that came with the cornbread appetizer! Good vibe overall
Food was Excellent, the ribs were a bit heavy on the salt but the rest was great.
Quality is there but not quite up to the price point.
Scrambled eggs were surprisingly good
Beverages were on the pricey side. $9 for a small iced coffee is steep.
A very great spot for brunch, a date, or even just dinner. Cornmeal Blueberry flapjacks were my favorite!!! Then the breakfast sanwhich (that biscuit was delicious) and of course oysters. Cant go anywhere without ordering these. Service was excellent!
Eh did not ~hit~ like I wish it did. Known for/ hype up their fried chicken and it was burnt tasting. Meat was definitely moist but the coating was bitter. Good drinks though. Would not go again
My family and I had a birthday dinner. Had a few appetizers and a variety of entrees. Loved the Chicken dish and Asian flavored calamari. Highly recommend!
I’ve eaten at the Dutch both for dinner and brunch and I’m so impressed with both menus, I’m not sure if I can choose a preference. I highly recommend their Hanger Steak with the Kimchi fried rice, medium rare.
The staff were very friendly and surprised us with a birthday sparkle candle!
Professional service and pleasant atmosphere. Had the $26 burger, it was good but I didn’t think $26 good and too salty. Nice fries. The wines are way overpriced. I know it’s a tough time in the restaurant business but get some decent wine in the $50 range on your list.