Bronx-born Zachary Feldman is the Village Voice’s restaurant critic. He enjoys wearing a bib even when it’s not required. And no, that’s not some Freudian thing. Follow him on Instagram, too. He's at @zachats.
2 days ago | 100 Favorite Dishes
At Fabian von Hauske and Jeremiah Stone’s leisurely, wine-focused Wildair (142 Orchard Street, 646-964-5624), the Lower East Side’s dynamic duo get up to all kinds of fun, like frying squid and lemons to dip into stormy squid ink aioli a...
4 days ago | 100 Favorite Dishes
Daniel Eddy, chef of sleek French newcomer Rebelle (218 Bowery, 917-639-3880), cooks elevated neo-bistro fare like espelette pepper-spiked lamb tartare bolstered by green chickpeas and yogurt. But while most of the food he serves in the crisp, hig...
6 days ago | 100 Favorite Dishes
At Gabriel Kreuther (41 West 42nd Street, 212-257-5826) the restaurant, Gabriel Kreuther the man finally oversees his very own, shiny Midtown kingdom after a decades-long career spent serving European-influenced New American cuisine to the discern...
9 days ago | Chefs
New York native and Japanophile chef Ivan Orkin oversees a buzzy and burgeoning international noodle empire, with outlets of his Ivan Ramen (multiple locations) shops in Japan and New York. Although he’s known for incorporating elements of Ea...
11 days ago | 100 Favorite Dishes
Marina Maisuradze-Olivo worked as a seismologist before opening We Are Georgians (230 Kings Highway, Brooklyn; 718-759-6250), her BYOB Georgian restaurant, where groups call ahead to request servings of hearty meat and vegetable stews. Everything'...
12 days ago | Restaurant Review
Barley and blood. Mix the two and you've got the beginnings of a black pudding. Substitute rice for the barley and you're on your way to another blood sausage, the northern Thai dish kao kan jin. Unlike its European cousin, this ruddy parcel is wr...