New York: Taste Matters


Taste Matters

The Freedom of Cooking In America, or, How the Duo at Dhamaka Learned Not to Compromise

I was fishing for vegetables in the sambar one night at Semma, a new Southern Indian restaurant in the West…

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Taste Matters

The Ingredients May Be New. The Quest For Deliciousness Is Eternal.

In 2012, the longtime Southern restaurant Acme, on Great Jones Street in Manhattan, transformed into a fashionable New Nordic restaurant.…

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Chef Features

The Musket Room Won’t Go Back to the Status Quo

The white gazpacho on the menu at The Musket Room in New York is more than a good dish, it’s…

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The Diner Finds a New Life. A Better, More Complicated One.

At my local diner, a block from my apartment in Manhattan, I can order a two-egg scramble with a pile…

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Illustration of lamb torta

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Turns Out Now Is the Golden Era for Fusion Cuisine

At The Migrant Kitchen in Brooklyn’s Dumbo, the lamb torta is filled with sumac and Aleppo-spiced lamb, black beans, and…

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Illustration by Jeannie PhanM for Resy

Taste Matters

Stop Calling Chinese Food Cheap. It Can Be Exceptional at Every Price.

There never has been a better time to eat Chinese food in New York City. From pleated Cantonese dumplings to…

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Illustration by Jeannie Phan for Resy

Taste Matters

Really, Is Everyone a Critic?

We’re proud to debut Resy’s first columnist, Mahira Rivers, and her column, Taste Matters. Rivers is a writer, critic, and…

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