The Zagat Review
An “off-the-charts” gastronomic “showcase”, chef Cesar Ramirez’s 18-seat counter in an “industrial” Downtown Brooklyn kitchen presents “exquisite”, Japanese-inspired French dishes via 15-plus-course tasting menus served with “Swiss-watch” form; if you’re “lucky enough” to score a reservation (and manage the “over-the-top” set price), “the phenomenal experience will stay with you for years”; P.S. jackets required.
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. )