the silence has been broken…

This morning, NY Times restaurant critic Frank Bruni delivered four stars to Le Bernardin and its star chef, Eric Ripert. This comes as one of the most anticipated reviews as the restaurant has mysteriously escaped review for more than a decade (last time was in 1995, a year after owner Gilbert LeCoze’s death) prompting many […]

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This morning, NY Times restaurant critic Frank Bruni delivered four stars to Le Bernardin and its star chef, Eric Ripert. This comes as one of the most anticipated reviews as the restaurant has mysteriously escaped review for more than a decade (last time was in 1995, a year after owner Gilbert LeCoze’s death) prompting many to wonder if the there was some shady business keeping the restaurant’s four stars untouched.I agree, largely with Bruni’s assessment of the restaurant. However, although I have only visited once for dinner a few months ago, I can’t quite say I was as enthused as Bruni.

[Note to blog poster “Stuck in AA:” curious timing given our discussions, no?]

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