January 5, 2006 2

Kitchen 22 (NYC: Gramercy/Flatiron)

By in 03: NYC

It’s only paid by boss that I’d ever dine at fancy restaurants with style and ambience. We have dinner+team meeting at Kitchen 22.
We opened as much bottles we wanted. While it’s certainly casual and has a $25 prix-fixe 3 course menu where you choose from 5 different dishes for appertizer and main course, it’s just not my ‘scene’. Love the giant lamps.
Mine, 1: Margarita Salmon Graviax (too citrusy with citrus and lime vinaigrette) and special of the night 2: Lamp Shanks, so good and big!
1: Roasted Beef Carpaccio and 2. Tamarind Glazed Pollock.

1: Iceberg Wedge and 2: Roasted Chicken

DSCN2624.jpgThere’s only one house dessert and it’s these heavy peanut buttery pecan pie…errr.. The waitress is very attentive and friendly, very good service. But because of this fixed ‘choose from 5’ menu it’s a bit too predictable to worth going back for.

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2 Responses to “Kitchen 22 (NYC: Gramercy/Flatiron)”

  1. tomoko says:

    oh so there’s only 5 appetisers and main dish to choose from? yeah a little predictable…

  2. seat says:

    But the main courses all look so good!
    $25 is cheap for dinner too. I am sure they change the menu from time to time? Maybe I am used to lunches that have several choices only and I am not too bothered about not being able to pick 3 from like 50 dishes….^^;;;