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311 W. 43rd St. New York, NY 10036 | West 40s | 212-776-1818
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  • Fork in the Road: Sweet Beat
    Consisting of just two ingredients, ganache has long been a sidecar component for desserts -- but at Hakkasan (311 West 43rd Street, 212-776-1818), pastry chef Rory Macdonald is giving it...
  • Fork in the Road: Listed
    Ring in the Lunar New Year (and the year of the horse) with a feast for kings without getting caught in the thick of activities in Chinatown or Flushing. Here's a round-up of five great...
  • Fork in the Road: Events
    Unless you're just waking up from a long coma, you likely already know that Super Bowl madness hits NYC this week. There are, however, a number of non-athletic food-related activities in...
  • Fork in the Road: Extra Helpings
    L'Apicio will greet the warm weather with its 26-seat outdoor patio. Guests can now dine outside and order new spring-inspired dishes like gnocchi with morel mushrooms, polenta with rabbit...
  • Fork in the Road: Under Review
    Tejal Rao visited pizza legend Patsy Grimaldi's new outpost, Juliana's, where the pies are made with an old-fashioned touch -- cheese first, sauce last. The method allows the "tomato sauce...
  • Fork in the Road: Under Review
    Tejal Rao fights the crowds and manages to snatch a seat at Pok Pok Ny: "Ricker gives traditional dishes attention and respect but doesn't fetishize them or price them unreasonably. That's...
  • Fork in the Road: Under Review
    Robert Sietsema pays a visit to Boukiés: "The most exciting part of the menu is Pitarakia, those savory phyllo pastries of which spanakopita is the most well-known. You can get pies filled...
  • Fork in the Road: Under Review
    See what NYC's restaurant critics have been up to this week: Robert Sietsema thinks Sao Mai might be New York's best Vietnamese restaurant: "Situated on First Avenue in the East Village,...
  • Fork in the Road: Chatting With
    We caught up with Chef Ho Chee Boon, the executive chef of Hakkasan New York, who talked about his 24 years of experience at several of the world's most renowned Asian restaurants. Chef Ho...
  • Fork in the Road: Open! Open! Open!
    Arabesque, a Morrocan restaurant and lounge, has just opened in Midtown. [Diner's Journal] A new branch of Hakkasan, a trendy restaurant chain with outposts in Dubai, Mumbai, and Miami, has...
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