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149 Broadway (at Bedford Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
United States
(map) (718) 384-0673
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He cites dishes like the plancha marina, a collection of seared fish and shellfish served over aioli and roasted peppers, which was inspired by a trip the couple took to Basque country in Spain shortly before they o...
Laura Shunk
Village Voice

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    What I can tell you is that this place makes me feel good, and I want to go back. And maybe that’s all you need to know.

    The Infatuation

    91
  • "
    Even signatures like the masterful plancha marina ($32), a humble-looking plate of pristine scallops, seppioline, head-on shrimp, piperada and aioli, feel confident and relaxed. Masterfully grilled and minimally embellished, they’re the work of a chef who’s doing what he wants — and doing it well.

    New York Daily News

    92
  • "
    Despite mild disappointment with the plancha marina, our meal at Meadowsweet was memorably delicious, with the free-form ravioli a favorite. There were a few service issues, which will hopefully be resolved by the time you visit.

    Eater

    85
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    He cites dishes like the plancha marina, a collection of seared fish and shellfish served over aioli and roasted peppers, which was inspired by a trip the couple took to Basque country in Spain shortly before they opened.

    Village Voice

    93