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Romera in New York; San Francisco's Park Tavern

Park Tavern, San Francisco.
Park Tavern, San Francisco.
Photo: Park Tavern / San Francisco

Adam Platt finds the food at Dr. Miguel Sánchez Romera's eponymous New York restaurant "more pleasant to look at than to eat." Michael Bauer says San Francisco's Park Tavern is what "New York's Balthazar might be if it were transported to San Francisco" and wonders if it's a "Stars for the 21st century."

Across the Atlantic, Jay Rayner decided not to waste words on Gordon Ramsay's new Bread Street Kitchen: "Look, my editor said, if you really love it you can have two pages. Otherwise we'll make it a single. Welcome, then, to my one-page review of Gordon Ramsay's new restaurant." Here are the mid-week reviews:

New York:
New York Times/Eric Asimov: Saxon & Parole, 1 star
New York/Adam Platt: Romera, 1 out of 5 stars
Time Out New York/Jay Cheshes: Fatty ’Cue, 4 out of 5 stares
New Yorker/Leo Carey: Monument Lane
Village Voice/Lauren Shockey: The Cannibal
Bloomberg/Ryan Sutton: Frankies 570, 1 star
New York Post/Steve Cuozzo: Romera, 2 stars

San Francisco:
SF Gate/Michael Bauer: Park Tavern, 3 stars
SF Weekly/Jonathan Kauffman: Grill House Mediterranean

The Observer/Jay Rayner: Bread Street Kitchen

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