Queensyard is from the people behind Bluebird London, another English-influenced restaurant in a fancy mall (the Time Warner Center). This multi-room spot on the fourth floor of 20 Hudson Yards looks like a huge first-class airport lounge, and serves decent food, like a pork chop with blood sausage and fish and chips with mushy peas. The views of the Vessel’s funny-looking staircases and the Hudson River are nice, but if you want a spot for corporate card outings, you can get better food at TAK Room or Estiatorio Milos.
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