Only a handful of Haitian restaurants in New York rise above the level of hash houses. Foremost is Chez Macoule, a Flatbushian foray into Afro-French fusion that sides goat stews and pork confits with a raft of dishes including salad, woody fried plantains, and rice and peas, making a fulsome meal.
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