Wallsé, the flagship restaurant of Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner, serves fine Austrian cuisine that reflects Kurt\'s passion for aesthetics, taste, quality, seasonality, as well as his knowledge of contemporary and classic culinary techniques. Modern and minimalistic, Wallsé delivers a new image of refined Austrian cuisine.
Dinner is served from 5:30pm - 11:00pm daily
Brunch 11:00am - 2:30pm on Sunday
For reservations please call (212) 352-2300 or visit www.OpenTable.com
For reservations please call 212-352-2300 or reserve online with www.OpenTable.com.
344 West 11th Street, New York, NY 10014
Located in the Landmark building on the corner of West 11th and Washington, one block from the Hudson Promenade.
Modern interpretation of classical Viennese cuisine. In developing the concept behind his first restaurant, Chef Kurt wanted the tone of his cuisine to be reflected in the ambiance and the result is an overwhelming harmony of elegance, simplicity and lightness that won the restaurant two stars only two months after opening.
July 14th, 2000
2 rooms, 70 seats
Constantin Wickensburg Architects, Philip von Hohenlohe Consulting and Tirschwell Lighting Designs. Original chairs from Thonet Viennea, designed by Adolph Loos. Handmade light fixtures also originating from Vienna, inspired by Josef Hoffman.
Private collection of artist/filmmaker Julian Schnabel. Includes three of his own paintings, as well as pieces by Albert Oehlen, Martin Kippenberger, Alejandro Garmendia, and Dennis Hopper. Photographs by Daniella Stallinger.
Awards & Recognition
Awarded Two Stars from The New York Times, 2006 Michelin Guide Winner
Austrian 15th Century village along the Danube about 80 miles from Vienna, where Chef and Owner Kurt Gutenbrunner was born. The Wallsé logo refers to the signature of painter Egon Schiele, who inspired Chef Kurt with the idea of balance struck between innovation and respect for tradition.