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#Restaurant #American #Michelin #Dinner #Fancy
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"seasonal / produce driven cuisine"

@laurenbrodauf

"Carte blanche - 150 Wine pairing - 75"

@julescazeaux

"Settled merely steps away from the Brooklyn Museum, this sleek and sparse location is a jewel in the city's dining crown. Enter to find yourself immediately peering into a long galley kitchen; the bar is set back, within a pretty enclosed atrium. Stark walls with cream wainscoting, brass-and-white globe lighting, and a distressed wood-paneled ceiling all set the stage for creative cooking, punctuated by seasonality and complexity. Well-priced, product-driven tasting menus make this dining experience utterly enjoyable. Snag a table by the chef’s station to witness the action—like luscious uni being dolloped over miso-cured scallops in a delicious apple- and Thai chili-broth. Snappy rutabaga noodles then arrive covered in fontina cream with notes of deep and rich chicory. Your meal may reach its peak thanks to koji-rubbed smoked beef, or bright Steelhead trout with a bergamot-infused cream sauce. Desserts too attest to the kitchen's creative vision and deep culinary wisdom. Highlights may include caramelized white chocolate cream with Meyer lemon curd and meringue triangles, or a "chocolate bar" layering a dark shortbread cookie with decadent chocolate-sesame ganache. ONE STAR."

@matthewes

"Settled merely steps away from the Brooklyn Museum, this sleek and sparse location is a jewel in the city's dining crown. Enter to find yourself immediately peering into a long galley kitchen; the bar is set back, within a pretty enclosed atrium. Stark walls with cream wainscoting, brass-and-white globe lighting, and a distressed wood-paneled ceiling all set the stage for creative cooking, punctuated by seasonality and complexity. Well-priced, product-driven tasting menus make this dining experience utterly enjoyable. Snag a table by the chef’s station to witness the action—like luscious uni being dolloped over miso-cured scallops in a delicious apple- and Thai chili-broth. Snappy rutabaga noodles then arrive covered in fontina cream with notes of deep and rich chicory. Your meal may reach its peak thanks to koji-rubbed smoked beef, or bright Steelhead trout with a bergamot-infused cream sauce. Desserts too attest to the kitchen's creative vision and deep culinary wisdom. Highlights may include caramelized white chocolate cream with Meyer lemon curd and meringue triangles, or a "chocolate bar" layering a dark shortbread cookie with decadent chocolate-sesame ganache. ONE STAR."

@matthewes

"Very reasonably priced for a Michelin starred tasting menu"

@michaelwsherman

"Originally Jack's recommendation, fully endorsed by Esther. A michelin starred restaurant with a 65$ prix fixe menu, SO worth it"

@visastrategy

"French, nice, outdoor, a bit pricey"

@fredo66

"1 stella Michelin prezzi bassi. recensioni ottime"

@bruce4190

"Recommend by Marie Louise and Theo"

@mehdiberrada

"Tasting menu + wine pairing $160 p.p."

@marliesvandewoestijne

"5⭐️. Casual $60 tasting menu in dining room, al-la-carte menu in bar room. Chef Nico Russell (Daniel)"

@liz.howell9

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