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NYC Hotspot Find: Estela

NYC Hotspot Find: Estela | meltingbutter.com

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ESTELA, NOLITA

Estela is new to the city and I would say that it’s Roman’s Manhattan counterpart in terms of quality food but with a slightly more creative twist. I managed to get a last minute table booking on a Friday evening – go now because this won’t be possible for long.

Best Bit: The 2 standout dishes: Calamari à la plancha with charred onion and romesco and the Ricotta dumplings with mushrooms, onion, and pecorino sardo are simply extraordinary.

http://estelanyc.com/

47 E Houston St, New York, NY 10012
(212) 219-7693

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Calamari à la plancha with charred onion and romesco – Photo: Estela

 

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  1. […] Lingering lunches at Charlie Bird are my new favourite weekend pursuit. Modern Italian food isn’t always done with as much flair in this town, there’s always that fine line that’s crossed where the food is more American-Italian than it is Italian-Italian, but Charlie Bird gets it right. I’m even poised to say it’s done as well as my other modern Italian/European favorites, Roman’s or Estela. […]



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