Welcome to Berit’s Top three spots for eating in N.Y.C
Go there for lunch, dinner and or a late night snack. This is the place. It’s not possible to order a table. You have to stand in line to get a table. It’s worth it! I do recomend the buns, with pork/shiitake – hoisin, scallion, cucumber and the spring withruby shrimp – green olive, radish, cucumber. Momofuku is actually one of the 25 top restaurant in the world.
Everything about Baltazar is amazing. This is how close you get to Paris while in N.Y.C!
I found this on the Matsuri web-site and I think i rounds up everything this experience was all about! «Matsuri has quickly won a devoted following for its vibrant, contemporary cooking and defined a new style of Japanese dining in New York. » Ask the waiter to set a menu for the party, it’s a wrap!
(My camera broke so I had to get the picture online, don’t shoot me!)