6:30 am to 10:30 am
12:00 noon to 2:30 pm
11:30 am to 2:30 pm
3:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Dinner (Tuesday to Saturday)
5:30 pm to 10:00 pm
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Meet The Chef Brandon Kida
Fearless, creative and a master of flavours, Chef de Cuisine Brandon Kida knows, and loves food. Born in the cultural melting pot of Los Angeles to Japanese parents, Chef Kida developed a passion for cooking at an early age, be it from tasting his mother's experiments with Italian and Mexican cuisine to enjoying his Irish neighbour's shepherd's pie or helping his more traditional father prepare nostalgic Japanese comfort food.
Exquisite Private DiningRead More
The Private Dining Room at Clement adds a luxurious intimate dining experience for guests. The elegant space is enveloped by a series of staggered, wood wing walls and a bespoke table of wood and metals that can seat up to 12 guests.
A Home in ManhattanRead More
Clement seamlessly blends its tony midtown surroundings with the liveliness and eclectic feel of the downtown art world. The restaurant feels like a quintessential New York home - with different rooms that cater to a range of moods, desires and occasions. The carefully planned spaces scale gracefully from an intimate lounge to larger dining areas providing a setting for both power lunches and lively suppers.
Inspired by the SeasonsRead More
Chef Kida has developed a thoughtful menu that caters to the seasonality of regionally sourced ingredients from the Northeast. Working with responsible farmers and companies who raise animals and grow produce with respect to the environment and local economy, the menu focuses on unique, locally- and seasonally-sourced ingredients presented in a simplistic approachable manner.
A Perfect CombinationRead More
Designed by leading international firm Yabu Pushelberg, Clement’s overall design scheme is glossed in an array of warm, soft finishes juxtaposed with moments of deep color, bespoke art and texture, all intentionally orchestrated to create a visual cohesiveness and meaningful design. Wood paneling with brushed metals and mirrors craft a strong glamorous statement, while linen fabrics and rich leathers soften the space and evoke a relaxed, residential atmosphere.
Wild New YorkRead More
The splendour of nature and city is unleashed upon the walls of the “Color Room” of Clement. Guests dine surrounded by a sixty-foot-long, hand-etched jungle growing over the buildings of New York, entitled “Wild New York.” The etching is washed in layers of okra-colored paint to create a sense of depth and dimension.
Ceramic AnthologyRead More
Two ceramic installations, Anthology 1 and Anthology 2, greet guests upon arrival and act as an artistic partition between the reception and communal dining table. Anthology, an ode to pottery, designed by Pascale Girardin, utilizes more than 900 hand-thrown bowls and vases stacked to create an artistic installation of columns. The gray tonality of the finished installation ranges from blue to brown-gray.