Perhaps I can be a better judge of the flavors after visiting Ivan Ramen in Tokyo, but based on what I’ve tasted now it’s nothing spectacular.
Is there never enough porterhouse to go around for the city or are we moving towards saturating the Peter Luger derivative market? Not with this meal at least.
Not only has Chef Liebrandt successfully adapted his cuisine for the neighborhood, his cuisine has become better for it.
I was impressed by the culinary focus at Butter. Each dish was executed carefully, befitting of the midtown business clientele.
Ariana presents a facet of Russian cuisine that we normally don’t get to experience, in a comfortable setting on Houston Street.
If you have the means, and want to taste a different side of Michael White’s cooking, then this is not to be missed.