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Brooklyn Fare, New York

The focus of the Brooklyn community

The focus of the Brooklyn community

Rupert Bentley-Smith

On a visit to New York earlier in the year, I was lucky enough to visit chef Cesar Ramirez’s ‘Brooklyn Fare’. It opened in 2009 in the annex of its namesake market and is currently a top rated restaurant in NYC.
The food at the Michelin Star restaurant, is inspired by is inspired by Japanese cuisine and French technique and the result is extremely good and all cooked to an exceptionally high standard. You are seated around an 18 seat U shaped counter set around the bustling kitchen, from where you are served your taster menu.
‘Brooklyn Fare’ is the focus of the Brooklyn community and also the neighbourhood grocer. A place that gives a variety of reasons to visit time and again, for an abundance of product, delicious prepared meals and more all combined with a 3 Michelin starred restaurant.