This week in the Voice, Robert Sietsema uncovers Brazilian-Nepalese fusion at Katmandu Spice. Sarah DiGregorio takes a break from eating to read Twain’s Feast: Searching for America’s Lost Foods in the Footsteps of Samuel Clemens.
Sam Sifton awards Kenmare no stars, proclaiming that “the food is inconsequential.” Still, he says, Joey Campanaro’s meatball sliders are “probably the best available option on any part of the menu.”
Gael Greene likes Plein Sud well enough despite some misses, finding the room “shockingly smiley-faced, welcoming, wanting to be a hangout for the neighborhood, affordable, accessible, all that current bistro jazz.”
Tables for Two asks of the Crosby Bar: “Why should a place as funky, posh, and oddly friendly as the Crosby Street Hotel (the latest outpost of London’s high-end Firmdale chain) have such middling food?”
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