New York, NY 10014
Village Voice's Description
This wonderful addition to the West Village relies on the talents of restaurateur Gabe Stulman (who hails from Wisconsin, and won"t let you forget it) and chef Mehdi Brunet-Benkritly, who comes to us courtesy of Montreal"s Au Pied de Cochon, one of the most porkerific places in the universe. He comes bearing pork head fritters, steamed beef tongue, and a beef tartare perfected with crunchy micro-nuggets of rice. A few dishes fall flat, but so what? Now you don’t need to drive 350 miles north to Montreal, but you should anyway.
Tips from foursquare
The new management will give it a rejiggering, complete with a bar menu of house-infused spirits and syrups, and grub by Medhi Brunet-Benkritly.
Crispy duck leg. You're welcome.
Gabriel Stulman continues his West Village land grab with sights on upscale French-Canadian dining. They take reservations at 11A.M. on the day of but only for 3 tables.
get the crispy duck leg. it is amazing
warm up with an old-fashioned. split the duck leg + steak tartare. think back to that night in summer 2010 when you and your date closed out the old fedora.
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