Café Henrie’s Light, Bright Dinner Menu Launches Tonight

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A Dragon Bowl with a side of meat.
A Dragon Bowl with a side of meat. Photo: Miachel Breton

Since Camille Becerra (formerly of Navy) took the reins at André Saraiva’s Café Henrie, the Lower East Side restaurant has become a lunchtime mecca for fans of healthful places like Dimes and El Rey. Owing to its success, Henrie is now extending its service to include dinner, and Becerra’s making a few new dishes — all simple yet boldly flavorful and, of course, Instagrammable. Take a look:

Seaweed pesto-avocado toast, with black bread and walnut-charcoal butter.
Seaweed pesto-avocado toast, with black bread and walnut-charcoal butter. Photo: Miachel Breton
Onigiris: salmon-tumeric, red-chiso pickled plum, and matcha wasabi.
Onigiris: salmon-tumeric, red-chiso pickled plum, and matcha wasabi. Photo: Miachel Breton
Gypsy salad with market vegetables, chickpeas, and beet tahini.
Gypsy salad with market vegetables, chickpeas, and beet tahini. Photo: Miachel Breton
Summer salad with market greens, coconut, and almonds.
Summer salad with market greens, coconut, and almonds. Photo: Miachel Breton
Dragon bowl with coconut grains, vegetables, garbanzo, and beet tahini.
Dragon bowl with coconut grains, vegetables, garbanzo, and beet tahini. Photo: Miachel Breton
Tiger bowl with tuna, leche de tigre, avocado, and sesame.
Tiger bowl with tuna, leche de tigre, avocado, and sesame. Photo: Miachel Breton
The vibes inside.
The vibes inside. Photo: Miachel Breton

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Cafe Henrie Launches Dinner Service