• The original specialty Raclette
    restaurant in the US

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Serving casual, handcrafted fare in the heart of the East Village.

Raclette, (a word derived from the French verb racler, meaning, "to scrape") has been a tradition in Europe for hundreds of years. A traditional meal comprising Alpine cheeses melted on the wheel and then scraped onto accompaniments such as potatoes, other vegetables bread and meats, it has been a favorite particularly among inhabitants of the regions where it originated, namely the Valais and Haute Savois regions of Switzerland and France.

Raclette, the restaurant, brings this tradition to life in the East Village of Manhattan with authentic Raclette de Valais and Raclette de Savoie cheeses melted on half wheels and scraped tableside directly onto customers' plates.

Customer can choose among a traditional or more contemporary preparations of potatoes, and cured and cooked meats.

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Location
511 East 12th Street
New York, NY
10009
Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri
5:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Sun, Sat
3:00 PM - 10:30 PM