Gwynnett St.

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Williamsburg

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    Lamb breast with carrots at Gwynnett St.

  • Photograph: Jolie Ruben

    Chicken in hay ash at Gwynnett St.

  • Photograph: Jolie Ruben

    Cashew and apricot dessert at Gwynnett St.

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    Mint and green strawberry dessert at Gwynnett St.

  • Photograph: Jolie Ruben

    Gwynnett St.

  • Photograph: Jolie Ruben

    Gwynnett St.

  • Photograph: Jolie Ruben

    Gwynnett St.

Photograph: Jolie Ruben

Lamb breast with carrots at Gwynnett St.

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  • Address:

    Gwynnett St. 312 Graham Ave
    Williamsburg
    New York

  • Cross Street:

    between Ainslie and Devoe Sts

  • Venue phone:

    347-889-7002

  • Venue website:

    gwynnettst.com

  • Opening hours:

    Mon–Thu 5–11pm; Fri, Sat 5pm–midnight; Sun 11am–4pm, 5–10pm

  • Transport:

    Subway: L to Graham Ave

  • Price:

    Average main course: $19. AmEx, MC, V

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    1. Gwynnett St.
      • 312 Graham Ave
        Williamsburg
        New York
      • 347-889-7002
      • gwynnettst.com
      • 40.713191,-73.944029

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The relaxed vibe, excellent service, very good quality/price ratio and, most importantly, the assuredly cooked dishes made with outstanding ingredients makes this restaurant a real winner. We enjoyed the small but well thought-out bar list of beers and cocktails and pretty much every dish we ordered for dinner was a total success. Examples: earthy maitake mushroom "steak" with creamy onion sauce, slow poached egg with braised pork and chick peas, the lush chicken cooked in hay ash, perfectly seared sweet sea scallops with fava beans and nettles, and sunflower tofu with artichokes. The desserts were all exciting and harmoniously put together, a great sum than the individual ingredientes listed on the dessert menu. Try them. A reasonably prices wine list with aptly chosen representatives from the great wine regions of the world provides fine accompaniments to the lovely food. Gwynnett street restaurant is a winner.

Anthony

Love this place. It is in my neighborhood and the only disappointment so far has been that the outside world seems to be catching up with this slightly more off the run section of Williamsburg. The food is delicious - always inventive and ever-changing. In addition to the items mentioned in the review, I would add 2 items that have become standards - the nut (not soy) based tofu entree and the sous-vide steak. As for portion sizing, you won't be stuffed if you come in and grab a main course and run out. But the portions are perfect to come in and have a full three-course meal (and a slice of the amazing whiskey bread) with a terrific cocktail and a glass of wine and feel great on the way home. All without having to max out the card in order for two people to eat.