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220 Bowery (btwn Spring & Prince)
New York, NY 10012
United States
(map) (212) 837-2370
  • 79.1
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Mussels and maitake mushrooms, an alliteration of earth and sea, knock you out with the essences of fungi and brine, all tied together by a creamy shellfish broth. Skip the spongy veal cheek ($13) and finish things ...
Ryan Sutton
Bloomberg

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  • "
    Mussels and maitake mushrooms, an alliteration of earth and sea, knock you out with the essences of fungi and brine, all tied together by a creamy shellfish broth. Skip the spongy veal cheek ($13) and finish things off with pork meatballs drenched in shiitake sauce and finished with dried bonito.

    Bloomberg
    76
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    Let’s just call it a very high-functioning wine bar that offers one of the best values in the city, and move on.

    New York Times
    85
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    New York Magazine
    79
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    Kuo leans on Asian flavors (bonito, shiso) for his globe-trotting dishes, pulling in hints of Morocco and Africa—the Ethiopian spice blend berbere is paired with raw diver scallops; North African marinade chermoula seasons skate. It’s all awfully exciting on paper; less so on the plate.

    Time Out
    76
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    we need to talk about the music in this place. It might have been the most shockingly bad mix of songs that we’ve ever heard, and it was playing full blast throughout our whole meal.

    Immaculate Infatuation
    86
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    Village Voice
    78
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    New York Magazine
    79
  • "
    Mussels and maitake mushrooms, an alliteration of earth and sea, knock you out with the essences of fungi and brine, all tied together by a creamy shellfish broth. Skip the spongy veal cheek ($13) and finish things off with pork meatballs drenched in shiitake sauce and finished with dried bonito.

    Bloomberg
    76