Under Review–Harlem’s Fried Fish Church Returns; Authenticity Is the Name of Keste’s Pizza Game


This week in the Voice, Our Man Sietsema gets to fulfill his hankering for A Taste of Seafood once again, while Sarah DiGregorio channels her inner Napolitana at Keste.

Fatty Crab UWS earns a deuce from Bruni, who finds a sense of fun in such specialties as the fatty dog, “a pork shoulder sausage that’s seasoned with XO sauce and tucked into not just a bun but a party: pickled chili, pickled radish, pickled garlic and mayonnaise.”
[NY Times]

TONY heads to Williamsburg to check out Vutera, deeming the “Mediterranean-leaning menu from chef Molly Del Monte (Little Giant) … charmingly simple.”

The New Yorker soaks up the scene at Delicatessen, where “the food isn’t really the point… If Topshop were a restaurant, it would be this restaurant.”
[New Yorker]

Alan Richman reports on five proper prix-fixe menus, highlighting Le Cirque (“where I would lunch every day if I lived in one of the Beacon Court condos above the restaurant”) and Cafe Boulud (“superb value plus ridiculously good service”).
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