Parish Hall's 5 Best Dishes

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"Duck"--nothing better than fat-rimmed Normandy duck breast and leg, in a kind of warm salad with greens, braised leeks, and beet puree.


This week, Counter Culture scrambles in to Egg spinoff Parish Hall, where the seasonal menu--much of it sourced upstate--is a delight. Here are the five dishes that impressed me most, which I'd love to eat again and again. Read the full review here.


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Available only at brunch, "Lamb Bacon and Egg" features way-smoky house-cured lamb bacon with soft scrambled eggs on a roll lathered with mustard and garnished with spring onions. Ah, spring!


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Lightly seared "Montauk Fluke" with pickled onions and a lovage nage


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"Soft-Boiled Egg" relaxes in a smoked parsnip puree, topped with ham crumbs, and all bets are off when the yolk comes spilling out. You'll be grabbing for more bread.


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"Golden Tilefish" in green garlic broth with pickled rhubarb


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Location Info

Parish Hall - CLOSED

109 N. 3rd St., New York, NY

Category: Restaurant

Egg

109 N 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY

Category: Restaurant


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