Robert Sietsema, Sarah DeGregorio, and Rebecca Marx recap their respective years in food
Slurp, crunch, slurpWelcome to 100 Dishes to Eat Now, Fork in the Road's handy list of some of our favorite dishes -- old standbys and new finds alike -- compiled daily. Today's pick: Banh Uot Thit Nuong ($14) at Co Ba.
Steven Duong offers a new restaurant
Phoenix, Arizona! The fifth most populated city in the country. It's the capital of Arizona, the Grand Canyon State! It's also -- as the center of the United States' immigration crisis with two sides viciously battling over the future of millions of people -- the place where the most people i ... More >>
This week in The Voice, Robert Sietsema shares his appreciation for I Sodi: "one largely overlooked restaurant in town that has succeeded in reproducing an actual Tuscan bill of fare, such as you might find in roadside osterias near Cortona or Gaiole-in-Chianti." Sarah DiGregorio files on Co Ba in C ... More >>
Bottom: banh duc man (steamed coconut cakes); Top: goi du du (green papaya with pork belly and shrimp)New York is not known for its Vietnamese food, but Steven Duong has been quietly trying to change that for years, offering vibrant, precise dishes in ever-so-slightly upscale places. The Vie ... More >>
For this week's column, I'm at Tet, Steven Duong's new Vietnamese in the East Village. From the look of the restaurant, you'd never guess it was anything special. But it turns out to be a really interesting place, with homemade headcheese elevating the papaya salad, and a jellyfish salad that's a ri ... More >>
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