Hannah Palmer Egan eats at Margaux (5 West 8th Street, 212-321-0100) for this week’s review, where, she writes, “You would look pretty in a booth.”
“The food,” she continues, “is ruled by ideas: of taste (the kind you either have or have not) — trendy, seasonal, well-sourced ingredients, nothing too strange; of health — olive oil, not butter, is the reigning fat, crackers are gluten-free; and influence — the menu slants broadly Mediterranean, from France to Italy to the Middle East and ever so occasionally to North Africa.”
So how was it? Check out Bradley Hawks’ photos, and then click over to the review and find out.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on April 2, 2014