I am in NYC for an event. Today I went to two museums, & at around 6pm I was very hungry from all the walking. I had already planned to try V Note, as it is close to my apartment rental.
Overall, V Note is great. It is a small restaurant with good taste. To drink, I had an Earl Grey tea. You really can't go wrong with that. I ate the Cape Cod cakes for an appetizer. They were absolutely delicious, & really do taste like crab cakes (minus the fishiness & cruelty). It was actually very filling. As an entree I had the Mushroom Ravioli, which come in a creamy sauce & are also stuffed with lentils. The pasta looked freshly made, & it was very flavorful. The only complaint I had about all the food, was that it was really salty. I suggest you ask for less salt. Other than that, it exceeded my expectations. For dessert, I took a tiramisu to go. I'm eating it right now, & it's good compared to other vegan tiramisus I've eaten. It's a little rich in texture, but a good way to satisfy a sweet tooth.
The prices are moderately expensive in my opinion, not too shocking, and are well worth it.
The decor was fashionable, with dimmed lighting and abstract paintings; and they played oldies music which I personally enjoy. The waiter was very kind, with a good personality as well.
For any of you who live/drive in the city, there is no parking space in front.
Overall, I enjoyed V Note very much. I will most probably return if I visit NYC again.
Have a great day everyone!
Cons: Salty food (not the same as flavorful)