Restaurant Reviews in Chinatown
There are a few key adjectives that describe Jose Andres. Magical genius. Culinary Sorcerer. Titan. Maverick. Lover. Okay, those last three were a 30 Rock reference. But seriously, we have yet to go even remotely wrong at a Jose Andres restaurant, and Zaytinya was yet another example of this in the most beautiful and pure form.
So, I have a quick question. Is it weird to go to a steakhouse and order more seafood than meat? It seems like it doesn’t make much sense. Actually, the sense it makes is almost none. Who would elect to go to a steakhouse with the full intention of ordering a plate full of ocean creatures? That was my thought process before eating at Del Campo, and now I am in full and total support of this practice. Let me explain…
I have a serial habit of bringing any and every out-of-town guest to Graffiato for brunch. There are a few reasons for this. One: it’s quite delicious. Two: they offer bottomless mimosas without a time limit. In the words of the Barefoot Contessa, “how bad can that be?”