Top 5 Restaurants to Order Veal Chop in New York City

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Although the New York Strip Steak may be the city’s most famous cut, New York is full of restaurants with delicious plates of plump meats bursting with flavor, just waiting to be discovered. Here we take a look at the city’s best veal chops. Whether you like to keep your chop simple with sage and garlic, or you’re an enthusiast with an appetite for something new, these five locations are sure to provide delicious food and excellent service.

1 Cipriani Downtown

This beautifully designed SoHo restaurant offers a slightly more casual dining experience than its uptown relative. The menu, however, offers a delightful selection of dishes including its specialty veal chop; and the hospitality is nothing short of the familiarity and comfort that has made Cipriani establishments a success. With sidewalk seating and open air dining available in fitting weather, and lively decorations, it is the perfect place to kick back and have some fun while enjoying a world-class meal.

376 West Broadway

New York, NY 10012

(212) 343-0999

Cipriani Downtown

2 L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

One of the world's top chefs in one of New York's top hotels—what more could one ask for in a fine dining experience? How about an open kitchen in the center so that diners can see the live performance of their meal's creation? Chef Joël Robuchon created a menu specially for New York City that includes Roast Veal Loin with Lemon Potato Gnocchi, Artichokes and Veal Jus. With only 46 seats total, this restaurant provides a unique dining experience that will not soon be forgotten.

57 East 57th Street

New York, NY 10022

(212) 829-3844 ‎

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

3 Trattoria Toscana

This piccolo trattoria in the west village provides an intimate setting for one of the most authentic Tuscan meals this side of the Atlantic. The Florentine chef imports his ingredients straight from Italy and creates dishes of homemade pasta and flavorful meat courses, including his veal chop, which he tops with sage and mushrooms. The only thing possibly more authentic than the food is the Italian hospitality of the staff, who take great pride in providing a comfortable fine dining experience while serving delicious food and bottles of the restaurant's extensive Italian wine collection.

64 Carmine Street

New York, NY 10014-4308

(212) 675-8736

Trattoria Toscana

4 Il Mulino

Il Mulino has delighted guests and gourmands from around the world with vibrant flavors of Italian cuisine and devotion to impeccable service for the last 25 years. Veal lovers, look no further. With a whole section of the menu dedicated to veal in addition to two veal pasta dishes, Il Mulino provides a variety unmatched by others. The menu includes their specialty double cut Veal Chop and an assortment ranging from a classic rendition of Veal Parmesan to the much less traditional such as the spicy Vitello alla Zingara. With so many choices,  Il Mulino's diverse menu provides a delicious fix to any veal craving.

86 West 3rd Street

New York, NY 10012

(212) 673-3783 ‎

Il Mulino

5 Acappella Restaurant

Tony Soprano dined at this Tribeca establishment in the pilot episode of the hit HBO series. Like many diners before and after him, he enjoyed dark yet elegant atmosphere while Ludovico Montefeltro's painted profile looked on from the background. Acappella's Northern Italian focused menu provides two veal chops as opposite in shape as they are in flavor. The Veal Chop Mt. Etna is thick and broiled and served with a variety of peppers and a drizzling of balsamic, while the thinly pounded Veal Chop Cappricciosa is topped with olive oil and fresh arugula, tomatoes, and bermuda onions. When the meal is over, enjoy a complimentary glass of Grappa as the perfect digestivo.

1 Hudson Street

New York, NY 10023

(212) 240-0163

Acappella Restaurant

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