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Soba Totto

  1. Eat Well
    Eat Well: Tea Tastings and TomatoesPlus: a natto primer, cheap eats at Good, and more.
  2. Closings
    Matsugen to Shutter This SaturdayDid Jean-Georges bet wrong about soba catching on in New York?
  3. Openings
    Totto-lly Awesome: Yakitori Totto Will Open Midtown Ramen JointOne of Thomas Keller’s local haunts gets a sister.
  4. Entreaties
    Okay, It’s Time to Stop Comparing Every New Restaurant to MomofukuIt’s getting Momo-notonous!
  5. New Year’s Eve
    Celebrate New Year’s in the Japanese TraditionSoba Totto is giving away longevity-inducing soba noodles.
  6. The Other Critics
    Le Cirque Back in the Three-Star Club; It’s La Belle Epoque Again at Who says Frank Bruni has no heart? After demoting Le Cirque last year, Bruni restores the third star, courtesy largely to new chef Christophe Bellanca’s masterly handling of ultraluxe ingredients and, of course, the Maccioni family’s trademark feudal service. [NYT] Maybe you don’t consider the salmon at Dovetail “a religious experience,” the way Restaurant Girl does, but everyone seems to agree with Adam Platt that it’s a very fine restaurant and outrageously good for the Upper West Side. [NYDN] Related: This Dove Flies Ryan Sutton has filed the first review of Adour, and he makes it sound, at least to anachronistically minded readers, truly awesome. Did you know Adour is serving lobster thermidor? Lobster thermidor! In this day and age! Sutton is also impressed by the virtual wine list, as most other visitors have been. [Bloomberg]