I never expected to find such a place at The Museum of Art and Design. This place is amazing: from its stunning modern decor from floor to ceiling, to the incredible view of Columbus Circle. Everything there was great: the service, that was on point, as well as the seasonal food of the menu.
Here is what I tried there:
Cocktail - The New York Sour made with rye, lemon juice and Malbec. Quite good, but not as sour as I thought.
Scallops with cauliflower puree, tangerine consommé and lotus roots. This was very good: the scallops were perfectly cooked, not rubbery at all.
Burrata and serrano ham: a perfect combination, the ham adding a nice saltiness to the dish.
Lamb chops with ratatouille and baby spinach: first of all, I was surprised to see that many lamb chops on the plate. Second, this was amazing: the lamb chops where perfectly cooked, juicy with a nice char.
Long Island duck breast served with parsnip purée, cranberry and apple chutney. This was also sublime: the duck was well cooked, pink, deliciously fatty with a crispy skin. I definitely recommend it.
Complimentary of the Chef were two small red velvet cake bites that were really good.
Italian doughnuts or bomboloni that were ricotta fritters served with white chocolate, dark chocolate and caramel, a decadent dessert that was addictive.
Tiramisu that was a nice take on an Italian classic, an elegant version for sure.
This was a succulent meal: Robert is definitely a good address to know if you want to celebrate an event or impress. I highly recommend it.
Enjoy (I did)!
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