Robert Sietsema at Bab al Yemen; Sarah DiGregorio at Hawkers and Bai Cha

This week in the Voice, Robert Sietsema enjoys simple roasted meats, Yemeni-style, at Bab al Yemen. Sarah DiGregorio deems Hawkers and Bai Cha "a late-night kill-a-craving joint" and an "adequate lunch spot," respectively.

Sam Sifton approves of Nuela: "There is good eating at Nuela, if only you can allow yourself to revel in, or ignore, the scene." [NY Times]

Adam Platt files on Terroir Tribeca, where the "food isn't designed to be transcendent, but if you choose wisely, it's possible to put together a decent meal," and Il Matto, where some of the eccentric dishes work, but "the real problem lies in the execution." [NY Magazine]

Steve Cuozzo raves about Nougatine, which has "the lowest profile of any [Jean-Georges] Vongerichten restaurant. ... Yet day and night, we were reduced to stammering awe by treasures from the Union Square Greenmarket." [NY Post]

Ryan Sutton has high praise for Eataly, which he says is "full of wonders. Is there greater culinary transparency anywhere?" [Bloomberg]

Jay Cheshes previews the food at Bouley Studio: "Thursdays and Fridays, the second-floor dining room becomes much more exciting, offering a taste of some of the most accomplished Japanese food in New York." [TONY]

Gael Greene revisits Jean Georges and raves: "I'm addicted to this place and do all my lunch meetings here." [Insatiable Critic]

Have a restaurant tip or other food-related news? Send it to fork@villagevoice.com.


Sponsor Content

Newsletters

All-access pass to the top stories, events and offers around town.

  • Top Stories
    Send:

Newsletters

All-access pass to top stories, events and offers around town.

Sign Up >

No Thanks!

Remind Me Later >