SummerDine at Le Coq Rico, Flatiron, NYC

//SummerDine at Le Coq Rico, Flatiron, NYC

SummerDine at Le Coq Rico, Flatiron, NYC

My previous visit to Le Coq Rico was for brunch about two years ago soon after they opened. At that time, I had written that they needed to find their rhythm or they wouldn’t last.

I returned late this summer, having purchased a ticket to SummerDine Les Dames d’Escoffier New York’s scholarship fundraising initiative where Le Coq Rico had generously donated a special experience. (Do check EventBrite next summer for the fabulous SummerDine opportunities.)

We began with Crémant — and ended with a dessert wine — Coteaux du Layon, Le Clos de la Bergerie, 2016 with a wonderful Alsatian Riesling in between.

Our dinner included small portions of items from their amazing menu, although the prices listed here are for regular-sized ones. We started with a refreshing chilled minted green pea soup with a chevrè quenelle ($14), a deviled octopus and cabbage salad seasoned with cumin ($14),  leeks vinaigrette in a Hollandaise sauce ($16) and a duck foie gras terrine en croûte ($32).

Next, we indulged in a couple this bistro’s beautiful birds. The Thomas Farm squab also en croûte ($42) followed by the amazingly tender and juicy, poached & roasted, Catskill guinea fowl (for four $27 pp/for three $36 pp/for two $54 pp) accompanied by a salad, thick cut Russet fries ($11) and macaroni with cheese ($13). If you — like me — prefer the dark meat of a bird, I’d recommend ordering the dark and rich tasting guinea fowl.

We also managed to have saved room for a couple of their tasty desserts. The L’ile flottante, a floating isle of soft meringue with red praliné & crème anglaise ($14) and the poached peach and vanilla ice cream with
($14) raspberry coulis and almonds topped with whipped cream.

I highly recommend dining at Le Coq Rico, it is now a well-orchestrated experience.

Le Coq Rico
Flatiron
30 E 20th Street
New York, NY 10003
(212) 267-7426

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By |2018-09-03T09:39:23+00:00September 7th, 2018|Big Apple Life|0 Comments

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