- Location:New York, NY, United States
- About Me:Founder of DishEnvy, lover of finding new and interesting foods.
- Favorite foods:Guac, spicy Mexican and Thai foods, hummus, sandwiches
JayZygmunt's Reviews (583)
A rich, meaty leg of duck tempered by the dried cherry mustard and a goat cheese toast. A great starter to share with a friend.
The chef’s play on chicken cacciatore contains perfectly cooked chicken and pasta in a tangy, meaty sauce. It’s a on the smaller side, but perfect if your saving energy to go out afterwards.
Combined with arugula and goat cheese, it’s a refreshing salad that has a nice balance of peppery and sweet.
What mad genius decided to combine salami, chorizo, jalapenos and sweet potatoes? It hits on all the favor centers, but it’s also a beast of a sandwich to put down. I also say I’ll save some for later, but I never do.
The almond mole gives in a bittersweetness I haven’t experienced before in taco form. Put it on NYC’s best tortilla and you’ve got yourself a must order.
Definitely the star of the night and I debated donning a 4th star. The carrots were cooked until soft but not soggy and the mole added the right amount of sweetness and spice. I’m now convinced mole was actually meant for carrots, not meat.
Despite the name, it's served on the same baguette as every other sandwich here. It's very savory with the onions and french dressing. I wouldn't mind a little sweetness.
Fresh, tasty crabs. But you're coming here for the atmosphere.
A traditional dish, done perfectly well. The chicken is moist and tangy and refreshing when dipped in the mint sauce.