- 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, and dinner 5:30-10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 5-10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday
- Local ingredients, Evening, Business Dining
- Lunch, Dinner
- Full bar
- Street Parking, Valet Parking
- Reservations Recommended
Top pick: Many of the best meals are rotating daily specials. Watch out for quenelles Lyonnaise on Mondays, extraordinary rabbit on Thursdays and an outrageous bison pot-au-feu in winter months.
The downside: Escargot seems to be absent from the escargot ravioli. Dining inside a gold bar on the side of a skyscraper feels peak Trump-era. More distressing, numerous industry contacts who have dined at Bullion report lapses in service quality. They don’t occur when this author visits — because Bullion staff are trained to watch out for critics. This is one of the few restaurants on the list to attempt to curry the author’s favor with freebies, a plate of madeleines for which we added extra cash to the tip.
Fun fact: The entrance, at the corner of Young and Record streets, is a grand spiral staircase direct from the sidewalk; ask the valet if you need an elevator.
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