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The Dutch

Seafood Restaurant

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The Dutch164
brunch • oysters • fried chicken • hanger steak

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  • Photo of Shannon Loy
    5 months ago
    Soho
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  • Photo of Sophie L
    a year ago
    American bistro: seasonal salads, steaks, seafood, hefty sandwiches, chili
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  • Photo of William Walker
    a year ago
    American restaurant
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  • Photo of Jennifer Watts
    a year ago
    Recommended for brunch
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  • Photo of Nic Brown
    3 years ago
    Life-changing cornbread, plus a great wine list.
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  • Photo of Louis Solmonson
    3 years ago
    Ideal soho lunch
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  • Photo of Madeline Lazaris
    3 years ago
    Want to try
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  • Photo of Grub Street
    3 years ago
    The Dutch recently updated its burger offering with a dressed-up Shackburger — two, four-ounce, 20 percent dry-aged LaFrieda patties, housemade habanero pickles, and a bun made by James Belisle at Lafayette.
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  • Photo of Aaron Rudenstine
    4 years ago
    The trout is fantastic
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  • Photo of Miki Pierre
    4 years ago
    Great drinks!
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  • Photo of Rebecca Shottland
    Want to try looks cute
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  • Photo of Alex Miller
    4 years ago
    Great food. A lil overrated.
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  • Photo of Julianna  Miller
    4 years ago
    Fried Chicken
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  • Photo of Lindsay Kaplan
    4 years ago
    Want a Soho sceney hot spot? You got it.
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  • Photo of Gansevoort
    4 years ago
    The new classic, brunch at it's New York best!
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  • Photo of Lindsay Kaplan
    4 years ago
    Sit at the bar.
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  • Photo of Tom O
    4 months ago
    Dinner was great with an interesting menu that offered something for everyone in our family. Deserts were special and service was strong.
  • Photo of Matthias F
    4 months ago
    A typical SoHo in-place which is normally very busy ... so you better get a reservation... good menu, the food is average tough...nice atmosphere,but make sure you get a table at the window, this makes a difference
  • Photo of Chris G
    4 months ago
    Of course there many great places to grab a burger in NY, but the Dutch is certainly among the top. My double burger was cooked to perfection, still a little red but not too much. The sauce has some garlic and is a little hot but again mildly and supertasty. The bread is fresh and a baked. we enjoyed a great view from the large window-seats and we would go again anytime.
  • Photo of Wayne M
    4 months ago
    I’m not sure when I’m trying to think of a place to eat that The Dutch isn’t top of mind, because every time I eat there and give the entire experience a thumbs up. Three of us gathered for lunch, while my dining partner opted for the lobster roll, I picked a special off of two course tasting – steak tartare and a pan seared New York Trout. Service was swift and the food came out just right. Too bad that I didn’t leave room for dessert. Their fried chicken is some of the best in the city.
  • Photo of Nancy L
    4 months ago
    Cute restaurant in SoHo with excellent service. Good variety of choices on the menu and everything we ate was very fresh. Portions are not large so you don't get stuffed. The restaurant is a bit loud so not a good choice if you're looking for a quite restaurant. Recommend the fig ravioli, eggplant dip, and blueberry pie, all were very good!
  • Photo of Holly G
    4 months ago
    The place was very nice and cool but we expected more. Food was expensive and not worth it. Very crowded and some of the staff was very convinced of themselves. Service in general was ok and friendly but nothing special. Wouldn't go again there.
  • Photo of fotograf17
    5 months ago
    I had a late lunch alone. Started by asking for sparkling water and when the waiter came, it turned out to be a big big bottle. When one person is dining- he should have told me that they only have big bottles. He could have offered me soda water in stead. Ordered a burger (without cheese). The burger was very dry- I ate half of it and half of the fries (they were good). Had redwine to accompany the burger. US wine- expensive I think. Will not come back and not recommend this place. How do I get out of the tip thing in America? Just asking. And there were some enjoying fruit flies present during the whole meal.
  • Photo of Dimitrios D
    5 months ago
    I went to the The Dutch for brunch and enjoyed it. My friends and I didn't want to wait at the various no reservation establishments nearby, and so I was able to make a last minute Open Table reservation at The Dutch with ease at around 12:30 on a Sunday. The fact that this restaurant accepts reservations in itself makes it worth it. Service was polite and efficient and the food was also good all around. I had a cheese omelette with a side of bacon. I wish the bacon was "normal" bacon (it's not here), but I still enjoyed it. The surprise star of the show though was their doughnut tree, which has six doughnuts of three different types hanging from small hooks off a little wooden post, with a cup of chocolate sauce at the base.
  • Photo of distinctlydiscerning
    Sunday lunchtime and as I walked past this place, it was buzzing with people. Deciding to get in on the action I was able to get a place at the bar. The choice was easy for me, Oysters and Stout. The service was impeccable from start to finish, the hosts did a great job of finding me a seat, the waiters were very professional and the manager came over for a chat too. Perfect oysters and the perfect accompniment, Stout.
  • Photo of meklof
    5 months ago
    From start to finish, the warm, friendly service was great as was the excellent fish I enjoyed. My only regret was that I had no room for their dessert. If you want something lighter, they offer a smaller menu in the bar in the afternoon.
  • Photo of TcarlGren
    5 months ago
    This place has a few rooms to dine, we enjoyed being seated in back room to the left where it was much quieter. Decent options for brunch, quick service, tasty food. Not the most healthy venue but really good food and friendly atmosphere. No reservation needed when we were there but would be crucial for groups over 4
  • Photo of 4lynn
    6 months ago
    We had a lovely night at The Dutch, service was excellent and food was good. I had the house speciality, fried chicken. It was probably a bit too much food for me and although cooked very well, I was expecting something a little more special. The other signature dish the beef was excellent. Good wine list, we were very happy with the overall experience.
  • Photo of John P
    6 months ago
    Oyster sliders, steak tartare, fish tacos, short rib spring rolls, raviolis, garganelli, fried chicken, creamed corn and French fries- all excellent. Joseph our server was OUTSTANDING!! Incredibly attentive and sincere service! A typical hip downtown crowd- the place was packed- but they didn't really miss a step in the flow- prices are a little high especially the wine list- but we still ordered 3 bottles assorted - also the place is very noisy, but that actually may have enhanced our experience on this particular visit as we were celebrating an occasion and it made it fun!
  • Photo of Leland S
    6 months ago
    Wow, what a great place. Ambiance - chic, clean, cozy. Appetizer - fried fish tacos - tasty, unique, artsy. Dinner entrees: t-bone was sizable and delicious; best trout I've ever eaten; and the sea bass - kind of plain. Dessert - berry pie with lemon vervain/verbena ice cream - amazing mix of flavors and great portion to share amongst four. Now for the BUT which makes for the "almost" perfect: the noise level. This was a very loud environment. Otherwise perfect dinner! (PS make sure to try the cornbread they serve with the table bread... kinda spicy but very tasty.)
  • Photo of CressLondon
    6 months ago
    The service was very rushed and the food was mediocre and they do not substitute side dishes also expensive. We would not visit again.
  • Photo of enjoyyou620
    6 months ago
    This time we stayed in a different area in NY and we loved it! We usually stayed closer to Times Square and this time we went rogue and stayed by Union Square . What a revelation! Walking around we found this gem on a Saturday afternoon. After 2 glasses of champagne, fresh oysters, ceviche with star fruit, dive scallops with watermelon, eggplant dip and sweet peas and peach salad I can say this is a place to come back every time I visit NY. Service is impecable, the food is delicious. It was a great experience! Thank you!!!
  • Photo of Ginger2074
    6 months ago
    We went in not knowing what to expect due to some odd reviews on Yelp and TA. However, we were pleasantly surprised. Traffic was a bit hectic and we were running late, so we called and Mitch gladly moved our reservation. When we arrived, it was packed, but we were seated in a few minutes. The women at the hostess desk were very pleasant. As soon as we were seated we were greeted by the server who happened to be phenomenal. He answered questions, gave suggestions, was attentive but not overbearing. Cocktails were good (a little strong but still good.) The menu is small but what they do, they do well. Our appetizer was delicious (short rib spring rolls with strawberry barbecue), our mains were tasty (pan chicken and fried chicken), and we ordered fries to split. We were too full to entertain the dessert menu. Our server presented us with complimentary blueberry corn muffins to go which was a really nice touch. I would return in a heart beat and definitely recommend others to check it out.
  • Photo of DaisyDot24
    6 months ago
    I think they are pro's at turning a table, but it leaves you feeling rushed. Everything else about our dinner was great. They do want you to order the entire meal at once, so you cannot order your appetizers while you think about dinner. The food came out very quickly and tasted pretty good. The steak tartar was wonderful. I also enjoyed the sides we shared. The only appetizer I was surprised by was the shrimp cocktail, whatever they poach them in gives them a slightly off putting color.
  • Photo of marag0ld
    6 months ago
    Food was delicious and the atmosphere was fun as well. Great neighborhood to hang out in afterward. Would recommend to others but don't forget to make a reservation.
  • Photo of elissa s
    6 months ago
    We went on 4th of July and didnt realize they do a luau each year. It was a fun vibe with fake flower leis and games outside but the menu was not the usual, it was Hawaiian inspired for the day. So, we still found some decent options but was planning to pick other things from their regular menu. The okonomiyaki was pretty good.

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