The Zagat Review
“Dinner as theater” comes alive at this “king of all chef’s tables”, an 18-seat counter in a Downtown Brooklyn kitchen, where “inventive” chef César Ramirez unveils a 15-plus-course tasting menu of “sophisticated”, Japanese-influenced French plates; it makes for “unique” communal dining, and while it’s “impossible to get in” – and quite expensive – word is this “amazing experience” is “absolutely” worth it.
What To Order
Getting a coveted reservation requires planning six weeks in advance and calling Monday morning at 10:30 AM on the dot when it starts accepting rezzies for the week. (Prepare to redial more times than you can count and then wait on hold. )