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Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare

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Japanese Seafood Small Plates
AAA/Inspector 592
AAA/Inspector 592
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AAA/Inspector 592
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Restaurants have overall ratings in the top 20% for their Diamond Rating level, plus no member complaints in the past 12 months.
Pass through to the back of a typical grocery store in Hell's Kitchen and you'll find a secret, unmarked passageway to culinary bliss. Extraordinary.
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Enjoy the extravagant tasting menus artistically prepared before your eyes by Chef Cesar Ramirez. In an open kitchen, his stellar team creates with a subtle blend of Asian ingredients and French technique. Precisely plated and served in an intimate, slightly austere postmodern setting, the nearly three-hour meal gradually builds. A setup of superb seafood, caviar and shellfish sourced from across the Pacific Rim culminates in a crescendo of the highest-grade Wagyu beef or squab in huckleberry. Originally located in downtown Brooklyn and attached to a gourmet grocery, this small world-class eatery moved to Manhattan's Hell's Kitchen and still employs the same novel concept. Guests walk through a grocery store like any other in Gotham to discover a slightly hard to find, very low-key and discreet backroom restaurant with a receptionist who guards the reservations made many weeks in advance and prepaid by credit card. Service is unobtrusive and highly diligent; wines tend to be French and of a very good vintage. Expect to sit shoulder to shoulder at the chef's table of 18, but a few small tables are available on the periphery of the room. With the prepaid tasting menu, wine pairings, gratuities and taxes, expect the tariff for two to be above $1,000. But for those who relish a highly memorable experience which will sublimely linger on as one of life’s grand culinary splurges, then it is all very well worth it.
Reservations required.
Between 9th and 10th aves; Hells Kitchen. 431 W 37th St 10018. Station: 34 St-Penn Station
street only.
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Fine Dining. Dinner served. wine only. Semiformal attire. Accessibility (Call).
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