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Txikito

Map & Directions 240 9th Ave.
New York, NY 10001
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212-242-4730
  • Basque, Spanish, Tapas
  • Sun, Sat 11:30am-3:30pm, Sun-Thu 5pm-11am, Tue-Fri 12pm-3pm, Fri-Sat 5pm-12am
  • MasterCard, Visa
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer, Wine
  • Not Accepted
  • No Parking

Description

Village Voice's Description

There are many shareable pleasures to be found on the extensive menu of Basque tapas. There are three main categories: Basque canapés (pintxos), cold items (hotzak), and hot items (beroak). In the canapé family, we loved txitxiki, a fat-cigar-sized sandwich of crusty bread stuffed with homemade chorizo hash. And you can't do better than the arraultza - crostini topped with sofrito, shards of chorizo, and a quivering, sunny-side-up quail egg. Of the hot items, go for bakailoa: a house-cured salt cod sliced very thin,
topped with dice-sized nuggets of breaded, fried headcheese that crunches and then gushes pork fat and gelatin under your teeth. Order a bunch of tapas to share, but avoid the expensive nightly specials unless you're rolling in dough.

 
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  • Village Voice on 12/28/10

    Their Albondigas de Cordero (Lamb meatballs with mint broth) were really popular at Choice Eats!

  • Go with the quintessential white wine from Basque country, Txakolina (pronounced choc-o-lee-na). With bright acidity and flavors of apple, flowers and grass, it matches perfectly with the cuisine. P

  • naveen on 06/02/09

    get the txipiron "encebollado": squid ribbons. and then ask the 'tender for her favorites to fill the rest of your palate

  • Kendra B. on 03/13/09

    Get the burger (only available at lunch). Topped w/ Idiazábal/sliced cornichons/pickled onions/crème fraîche, homemade mayo w/ garlic and guindilla peppers. Tomcat bun. AMAZING

  • Mitchell R. on 09/04/13

    The steak special is great

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