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Fanny (CLOSED)

Restaurants, French Williamsburg

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Fanny is filled with antique-looking exposed-filament bulbs (replicas of the first model created by Con Edison); wood, slate and concrete walls; and cherry-maple wood tables. The owners, both French expats, have stocked the menu with bistro classics: An appetizer of steamed mussels is served in a terra-cotta crock with an addictive buttery and garlicky white-wine-and-shallot sauce. Among the entrées, the roasted chicken with mushrooms fricassee and spinach is most notable for its delightfully tender and juicy meat and for the way the chef—a French-trained Japanese man named Hiro Kiriyama—cooked the skin to a perfect crisp. Kiriyama prepares the desserts, too, and his gooey, raisin-and-pine-nut-studded apple strudel with fig ice cream arrived warm and tasted freshly baked.

 

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Address: 425 Graham Ave
Brooklyn

Cross street: between Frost and Withers Sts
Transport: Subway: L to Graham Ave
Price: Average main course: $12. Cash only
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Opening hours: Mon–Thu, Sun 11am–11pm; Fri, Sat 11am–midnight
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