Brunch food photos: Shanghai buns at Genting Palace. See more Dim sum.
Brunch food photos: Chicken feet with black bean paste at Genting Palace. See more Dim sum.
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True to its name, this Mediterranean restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen serves mezzes, or a selection of small dishes meant to be shared. Start off a meal with a sampler platter of hummus, tzatziki, tapenade, roasted pepper and eggplant dip and a paprika-walnut dip ($15). Other appetizers include cheese fondue ($28 for a medium, $38 for a large), grilled lamb sausage with arugula ($14) and spinach and feta pies ($11). Share a mixed grill platter of chicken kebab, kofte, lamp chops, lamb sausage and beef tenderloin ($70 for a medium, $120 for a large) with a bigger group, or try the pork youvetsi sauteed with onions, tomatoes, red wine and herbs served with orzo ($20). Dessert lovers might want to order the pistachio-ricotta cake ($9) or go all out with chocolate fondue ($28 for a medium, $38 for a large). A menu of signature cocktails, beer and wines by the glass or bottle is also available.
Venue says: “Come & taste Mediterranean dishes in the heart of Theater District. Great wine and cocktail selection. Mention Time Out and get 10% off”