Robert Sietsema at Lievito; Lauren Shockey at Junoon


This week in the Voice, Robert Sietsema discovers a new and delicious breed of pizza bones at Lievito; Lauren Shockey likes the food, but not the boring beige room, at Junoon.

Sam Sifton finds hits and misses at Lyon: “Some of the food is excellent. … Best of all are the restaurant’s offerings of charcuterie. … The entrees need work, however.”
[NY Times]

Ryan Sutton pays visits to two new Thais: Kin Shop and Lotus of Siam, and finds the first (“challenges diners with flavors that are both unadulterated and balanced”) outdoes the second (“an overpriced takeout joint”).

Steve Cuozzo approves of Riverpark: “Big, beautiful Riverpark is worth the schlep for the spirited cooking of Sisha Ortuzar, a Tom Colicchio disciple whom TV’s Top Chef generously gave free rein in the kitchen. Getting there isn’t half the fun.”
[NY Post]

Jay Cheshes raves over Hung Ry: “Here, former Cru chef Michael Hodgkins — a rare gwai lo with a serious interest in the Chinatown pantry — plugs top-notch, locally sourced meat and produce into a collection of complex and original dishes.”

This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on January 19, 2011


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