Under Review: Sietsema at Cowgirl Sea Horse; DiGregorio at Bhatti Indian Grill


This week in the Voice, Our Man Sietsema slums it at Cowgirl Sea Horse, which “offers the type of cooking we used to call ‘white trash,'” while Sarah DiGregorio gnaws on lamb bone at Bhatti Indian Grill, where the lamb kebab “dazzles.”

Restaurant Girl discovers a cozy nook in The Mott, where Chef Brian Bieler is so happy to be able to cook what he wants that “you can ­really taste it on the plate.”
[NY Daily News]

Jay Cheshes approves of the food at The Standard Grill, where Chef Dan Silverman’s “cooking is as comforting as the setting it’s served in.”

Ryan Sutton waits an hour for a pulled-pork sandwich at Picnick Smoked, and comes to the conclusion that “Barbecue is bad for you. [Will] Goldfarb’s meats taste blissfully bad.”

Pete Wells fills in between critics with a review of SHO Shaun Hergatt, “a good but frustrating restaurant” where “seasonal produce was hard to spot.”
[NY Times]

Alan Richman discovers the existence of Fort Greene for a visit to Umi Nom, where the menu “seems slightly less exotic… somewhat westernized” compared to sister restaurant Kuma Inn.
[GQ @]

This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on August 26, 2009


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