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Restaurant Mexicain étoilé Oxomoco à New York

Oxomoco est un restaurant mexicain étoilé situé à New York, spécialisé dans les plats cuits au feu de bois. Les tacos sont à ne pas manquer, avec des options comme le chorizo de betterave, le poisson et l'agneau. Les portions sont généreuses et parfaites pour être partagées. Le guacamole est un must ici, tout comme les margaritas et les cocktails glacés. Le restaurant propose également un brunch mexicain le week-end. La décoration est agréable avec des plantes partout et une boule disco dans les toilettes. Oxomoco est une expérience culinaire unique, avec une équipe de chefs talentueux et un service exceptionnel. Réservez à l'avance pour profiter de cette expérience gastronomique inoubliable.

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#Restaurant #Mexican #Mexicain #Dinner #Michelin
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"Delicious Michelin star Mexican food "

@amandamcnay

"Mexicain 50 / 100 dollars "

@maisonlescolocataires

"1 Michelin star 2024 Don't let the easy-breezy vibe here fool you. Oxomoco is a serious dining room, capable of great things in its wood-fired oven. The attractive interior feels like a resort, with a long bar, giant skylight to maximize the sunlight of such a narrow space, and outdoor patio. The room is lively and packed but always conducive to conversation. Tacos are the main draw, especially when piled with the likes of tender flank steak or soft-shell crab. However, this kitchen team doesn't stick to merely one dish or area of Mexico. Instead, they reach widely across a myriad of regions, always balancing abundance with fresh and vibrant flavors. The menu thereby tempts and tantalizes with such large and small items as the tropical hamachi agua chile and tlayuda crafted from smoky corn on a shell. Other standouts include the brined, fried and smoked "giant chicken." Apprised diners know never to pass up on creative and clever delicacies like the hoja santa curd, accompanied by roasted strawberries, raspberry granita, and finished with spicy olive oil. In close pursuit is the deceptively simple-looking carrot cake that is garnished with burnt cinnamon and flaunts a profound complexity of flavors."

@nchavotier

"Restaurant Étoilé mexicain à Brooklyn Délicieux et Margherita au top Cadre sympa A réserver "

@antoinengn

""Don’t let the easy-breezy vibe here fool you. Oxomoco is a serious dining room, capable of great things in its wood-fired oven. The attractive interior feels like a resort, with a long bar, giant skylight to maximize the sunlight of such a narrow space, and outdoor patio. The room is lively and packed but always conducive to conversation. Tacos are the main draw, especially when piled with the likes of tender flank steak or soft-shell crab. However, this kitchen team doesn’t stick to merely one dish or area of Mexico. Instead, they reach widely across a myriad of regions, always balancing abundance with fresh and vibrant flavors. The menu thereby tempts and tantalizes with such large and small items as the tropical hamachi agua chile and tlayuda crafted from smoky corn on a shell. Other standouts include the brined, fried and smoked “giant chicken."" Apprised diners know never to pass up on creative and clever delicacies like the hoja santa curd, accompanied by roasted strawberries, raspberry granita, and finished with spicy olive oil. In close pursuit is the deceptively simple-looking carrot cake that is garnished with burnt cinnamon and flaunts a profound complexity of flavors. ONE STAR.""

@matthewes

""Don’t let the easy-breezy vibe here fool you. Oxomoco is a serious dining room, capable of great things in its wood-fired oven. The attractive interior feels like a resort, with a long bar, giant skylight to maximize the sunlight of such a narrow space, and outdoor patio. The room is lively and packed but always conducive to conversation. Tacos are the main draw, especially when piled with the likes of tender flank steak or soft-shell crab. However, this kitchen team doesn’t stick to merely one dish or area of Mexico. Instead, they reach widely across a myriad of regions, always balancing abundance with fresh and vibrant flavors. The menu thereby tempts and tantalizes with such large and small items as the tropical hamachi agua chile and tlayuda crafted from smoky corn on a shell. Other standouts include the brined, fried and smoked “giant chicken."" Apprised diners know never to pass up on creative and clever delicacies like the hoja santa curd, accompanied by roasted strawberries, raspberry granita, and finished with spicy olive oil. In close pursuit is the deceptively simple-looking carrot cake that is garnished with burnt cinnamon and flaunts a profound complexity of flavors. ONE STAR.""

@matthewes

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@lulucorona

"The bathroom has a disco ball in it/ there are plants everywhere/ great margaritas/ guacamole is a must here"

@hawasyourday

"Went w Sophia for lunch. Great margs, guac, and the sweet potato pizza was unreal"

@emmajblake

"Stick to the tacos and appetizers and skip the mains "

@rachanddave

"1 star Michelin! Delicious Mexican food! The mole pop corn was fantastic. The sweet potato tllayuda was incredible. The house made corn tostadas we're great. Our server/bartender was great and made amazing cocktails. The mezgroni and espresso martini variations were awesome. Great experience! 1 Michelin star. A"

@krovi138

"Fun place. Great taco chorizo, fish, lamb Recommended Mexican place!! TO DO"

@mathouuj

"Michelin-starred Oxomoco (from the team behind Speedy Romeo) focuses on wood-fired dishes. Taco options include beet “chorizo," fish and lamb varieties."

@cleo.rzk

"Vu dans la story de Pauline et Nico (BdE)"

@cmm_leonetti

"Excellent coktails, poulet et mangue !!!"

@julie.durand

"What is it? Michelin-starred Oxomoco (from the team behind Speedy Romeo) focuses on wood-fired dishes. Taco options include beet “chorizo," fish and lamb varieties. Why we love it? The food is serious and the atmosphere is buoyant and the whole place is a lot of fun. Case in point: Oxomoco has frozen drinks on its cocktail list, which many restaurants of this caliber can’t even.  "

@dapro

"Mexican with Michelin star. Need to book. "

@emmaormanwhite

"Great high end Mexican joint, drinks are top notch"

@andypeura

"Mexicaans restaurant met outdoor mogelijkheid"

@goele.janssen

"Everything was delicious - shared dishes style— we got the tuna tostada, the guac, crab “flan”, swordfish tacos, lamb tacos and flourless chocolate cake - margaritas were good too "

@kaylasapodin

"Michelin rated Mexican over wood fired grill"

@gianna.carvalho

"una stella Michelin cucina messicana ambiente Easy "

@bruce4190

"restau mexicain un peu fancy prendre le guaca en entrée puis un tacos "

@thechikenfly

"Wood fired, from Speedy Romeo team"

@jbriel

"Best Mexican in NYC. Best guac best everything. Ordered the whole menu. 10/10 recommend. "

@nourfarouk2000

"Supposed to be incredible mexican"

@aaport34

"On of the best Mexicans in NY"

@alvarogarciamaldonado

"Expensive but amazing food, drinks and atmosphere. NYC food gals called it best Mexican in NY"

@kyramac11

"Michelin star Mexican food"

@marie.bourel

"Got a Michelin star this year!"

@cocospagna

"Alan delgado- Mexican chef from El Paso "

@alexandria.alcala

"Bobby flay Michelin star. Great atmosphere. "

@loftin

"Such a lovely evening! Food was good but overrated. The lamb tacos was my favorite 😋. The company was 3 ⭐️ 😊 on a @_oxomoco_"

@yummymonday

"Loin des clichés, Oxomoco dévoile une cuisine créative largement inspirée des différentes spécialités régionales du Mexique. Surtout, le restaurant fait appel au barbacoa, une technique de cuisson caribéenne qui est à l'origine de notre barbecue moderne et où la viande ou le poisson sont lentement grillés au feu de bois. Ici, tout ou presque passe d'ailleurs par le four à bois de la cuisine, jusqu'aux fruits des cocktails – la Margarita à la pêche fumée est un incontournable."

@mattgallet

"Upscale Mexican fare - go to the left bathroom - outdoor "

@aurelieflejo

"Tuna tartare, lamb barbacoa tacos"

@mereryals

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