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We’re in the midst of the Golden Age of tasting menus.
The classic comfort food is having a moment.
Where to find the most exceptional version of this Mandarin delicacy.
At Antoine Westermann’s civilized new Flatiron District bistro, the topic is chickens.
Mario Batali’s La Sirena, on the other hand, not so much.
From breakfast sandwiches that look like they’ve been assembled by trained forager cooks to the high-minded barnyard fare on the dinner menu.
The chef describes Nishi as a mash-up involving Asian and Italian cuisines, but some experiments make you wonder why anyone would dare tinker with these classics.
“These days, you can’t walk five blocks in Manhattan without stumbling onto a rabble of poor deluded souls, desperate to try some new foodstuff they read about … “
Chef Kong Khai Meng’s kind of elaborately sourced, “Pan Chinese” hotel cooking is a fairly recent development in the long history of Chinese cuisine
With its nostalgic menu, its posh location, and its built-in clientele, it feels like a more permanent addition to the Altamarea Group portfolio.
Our restaurant critic reviews the latest internet sensation.
The feeling you get here, especially at dinnertime, is that Major Food Group is running out of good ideas.
Smoke, hipster food halls, matcha powder, and more.
Adam Platt on the most promising chefs of 2015, including Superiority Burger’s Brooks Headley, Mission Chinese Food’s Angela Dimayuga, and more.
Adam Platt on the most promising restaurants to open in 2015, including Santina, Untitled, Wildair, and more.
Your game plan for dining (and drinking) exceptionally well, starting tonight.
Laurent Tourondel brings casual Italian cooking to the Eventi Hotel and Jonathan Waxman revives his famous ’80s-era uptown restaurant in the 1 Hotel.
The lounge is one of the best new restaurants in the neighborhood, while the main room offers its own set of slightly more mannered pleasures.
“I’m on the record as being anti-tip. The whole custom is absurd, and there’s really nothing that’s voluntary about it.”
Along with some very tasty food.
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