“Meat,” New York’s trendy new destination for fine kosher dining and an elevated food experience, will open tomorrow in Crown Heights.
The new restaurant is the latest from Brooklyn restauranteur Danny Branover of “Basil Pizza and Wine Bar” and “Bakerie,” and will open for limited seating by reservation only.
The highly anticipated restaurant will offer superbly fine dining from Executive Chef Reem Look.
The menu contains appetizers like hand-chopped prime filet with bulgar wheat and Tamarind, spices and Zaatar, seared veal sweetbreads with lentils and roasted potatoes, Jaspered cauliflower with smoked Eggplant, lamb tongue confit with black garlic and sweet potatoes, a colorful beef tartar with egg yolk and wild rice cracker, and beef carpaccio with porcini powder, chicken caviar and shallots.
Entrees are delicately and artistically presented and include roasted duck breast accompanied by assorted beets, balsamic and blueberry sauce, charcoal-roasted lamb chops with Jerusalem artichoke cream, stuffed onion, preserved lemons, and mint sauce, ribeye steak with fingerling potatoes, cherry confit, and bone marrow. The lamb chops are aged before grilling, so they are a beautiful pink color yet melt in your mouth.
Specialties include both dry and wet-aged ribeye steak, lamb chops, Spanish traditional stuffed onions, stuffed with rice, pine nuts, and ground lamb, and lamb tongue.
The “Golden Cage” dessert is a feast for the eyes and the palate, with luscious warm melted chocolate over chocolate mousse.
123 Kingston Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11213
Under OU Supervision
Glatt Kosher, Chassidishe Shechita (ask for Lubavitcher Shechita options)
Seating by reservation only, click here.