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Estela - Restaurant branché à New York

Estela est un restaurant branché situé à New York. Depuis son ouverture en 2013, il est devenu l'un des restaurants les plus célèbres des États-Unis. La cuisine contemporaine est servie dans un cadre intime et informel. Vous pouvez y déguster des plats pour le brunch, le dîner ou simplement prendre un verre au bar. Les plats les plus recommandés sont le poulet rôti, les raviolis ricotta champignons, les huîtres et le dessert au chocolat. Le restaurant a reçu une étoile Michelin et a été classé parmi les 100 meilleurs restaurants du monde en 2022. Réservez dès maintenant pour découvrir cette adresse incontournable de New York !

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#Restaurant #Ristorante #Dinner #American #Resto
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"Cena carina media 30€ a piatto Consigliano 5 piatti in 2 Le bottiglie partono da 115$"

@beatricepinna

"Went w Gianna on Houston walked up a flight of stairs for dinner. Esquire mag and beautiful "

@dustincherry

"Stesso gruppo di Ignacio Mattos con Lodi e Altro Paradiso"

@naturadellecose

"Brocc rec, endive salad, wavy steak & fennel"

@kelly.swatek

"1 Michelin star 2024 Chef Ignacio Mattos This boisterous SoHo alcove is an ideal place to convene with friends over exquisite nibbles and quenching cocktails. The talented chef behind this operation, Ignacio Mattos, is unfaltering and impressively consistent in his creative renditions of such bold and iconic dishes as ricotta dumplings with mushrooms and Pecorino Sardo. The menu also offers an array of shareable plates that changes regularly, but if you spot that delightful risotto special, jump on it. Dinner might kick off with perfect, sashimi-grade tuna accompanied by woodsy black trumpet mushrooms or dramatically plated fried arroz negro scattered with tender squid and hazelnut-studded romesco. A soft and custard-y panna cotta decked out with vinegar, honey and smoked sea salt is an exalted ending."

@nchavotier

""Housed on the second floor of a nondescript low-rise, this long, deep and boisterous little SoHo alcove is as downtown New York as ever. It's also an ideal place to convene with friends over exquisite nibbles and quenching cocktails; and regardless of how loud it gets, there is an infectious, omniscient spirit that encourages diners to linger. Maybe that’s because the talented chef behind this operation, Ignacio Mattos, is unfaltering and impressively consistent in his creative renditions of such bold and iconic dishes as ricotta dumplings with mushrooms and Pecorino Sardo. The menu goes on to offer an array of shareable plates that changes regularly, but if you spot that delightful risotto special, jump on it and worry about the calories later. Dinner might kick off with perfect, sashimi-grade tuna accompanied by woodsy black trumpet mushrooms and elevated by a smooth and tart mirin-soy sauce. Your meal may then hit a crescendo, thanks to dramatically plated fried arroz negro scattered with tender squid and hazelnut-studded romesco. A soft and custard-y panna cotta decked out with vinegar, honey and smoked sea salt brings this enticing series of events to an exalted end. ONE STAR.""

@matthewes

""Housed on the second floor of a nondescript low-rise, this long, deep and boisterous little SoHo alcove is as downtown New York as ever. It's also an ideal place to convene with friends over exquisite nibbles and quenching cocktails; and regardless of how loud it gets, there is an infectious, omniscient spirit that encourages diners to linger. Maybe that’s because the talented chef behind this operation, Ignacio Mattos, is unfaltering and impressively consistent in his creative renditions of such bold and iconic dishes as ricotta dumplings with mushrooms and Pecorino Sardo. The menu goes on to offer an array of shareable plates that changes regularly, but if you spot that delightful risotto special, jump on it and worry about the calories later. Dinner might kick off with perfect, sashimi-grade tuna accompanied by woodsy black trumpet mushrooms and elevated by a smooth and tart mirin-soy sauce. Your meal may then hit a crescendo, thanks to dramatically plated fried arroz negro scattered with tender squid and hazelnut-studded romesco. A soft and custard-y panna cotta decked out with vinegar, honey and smoked sea salt brings this enticing series of events to an exalted end. ONE STAR.""

@matthewes

"One of the best meals i ever had. Michelin star, went w ben for a good date night. Had crispy rice, duck, mushroom dumplings, bread, thin meat, and chocolate cake. My martini had tomato in it?? It was beyond"

@rzanfardino25

"Fried black rice and cheese ravioli "

@luizros2023

"#11 on NYTimes best of 2024 list"

@ibaker11

"#79 Top 100 Best Restaurants in the World"

@katiek1000

"Dinner w Lauren Alex Julia 3/2/23"

@alexapetrick

"Tapas: beef tartare was good; tiny place; good for drinks"

@alexandraca13

"Michelin Star https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2023/dining/best-nyc-restaurants.html #21"

@michaelwsherman

"À essayer ++ prof Pilates "

@ambroisinedemiramon

"One of the most celebrated restaurants in the United States, Estela is an intimate downtown bistro from chef Ignacio Mattos that can be experienced in many ways, whether it’s a thrilling dinner in the dining room, a leisurely weekend brunch with friends, or a late-night drink at the bustling bar. Since opening in 2013, the restaurant has served several signature dishes that are now considered New York City classics, while always offering guests something new to try. H å op ad den listige trappe til denne summende og skinnende hipster-bar. Også super køkken - alt godt fra markedet (moderne amerikansk Middelhavs-inspireret mad). Medium prisniveau."

@carsten_breum

"Dinner - endive salad, black squid dish and chocolate cake"

@mayasoulpaustian

"Ottimo ristorante, cucina creativa."

@amaagenzia

"Super adresse pour un date "

@caroline.petrilli

"Recommandé livre 300 raisons d'aimer NY p.72. Burrata avec salsa verde"

@laura.pregent

"Small plates made with market ingredients & Mediterranean twists served in an unfussy cafe space. 89/100 NYMag"

@margaretannritter

"Thomas K. -> resto delicieux si pas le meilleur, prendre ricotta dumplings, salade d’endives absolument"

@rarclem

"Top. Italo méditerranéen. A faire. Refait en octobre 23 : toujours aussi bon"

@antoine.tezenas

"4⭐️. Small plates made with market ingredients & Mediterranean twists served in an unfussy cafe space."

@liz.howell9

"Restau préf d’Alexia Duchesne "

@mgayot36

"Recommended by Frederik Billebrahe on Instagram (try the black rice)"

@talitaheshiimu

"Instagram Saved- (Breakfast Sandwich)"

@sammistrahl

"Tartare with sunchoke chips, and burrata"

@mchartouni77

"Arroz Negro, Lamb ribs, Endive, Ricotta Dumplings"

@mereryals

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