Under Review: Sietsema at Best Fuzhou Restaurant; DiGregorio at Bunny Chow


This week in the Voice, Our Man Sietsema inadvertently visits Best Fuzhou Restaurant, where “fortunately… the food was spectacular,” while Sarah DiGregorio fills up on the eponymous dish at Bunny Chow.

Sam Sifton awards two stars to Casa Lever, noting that “the service is appealing, comic-opera stuff. And the food, while basic, is often quite good.”
[NY Times]

Alan Richman can’t get a decent steak at Sparks, which is supposed to specialize in prime boneless shell steak, and “now has no idea how to cook them.”

Gael Greene barely survives her visit to The Breslin, where “it’s probably not possible to get a seriously healthy meal… who knows how much fat might be lurking around that fish.”
[Insatiable Critic]

Yvette Fernandez rounds up the city’s best vegetarian restaurants for those looking to reduce their carbon footprint, including HanGawi, Counter, and Gobo.

Tables for Two approves of Joseph Leonard, where “the dependability of the menu seems to have drawn a number of regulars, even while the restaurant has maintained its opening buzz.”
[New Yorker]


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