Hi friends! Today I am sharing a brand-new restaurant we tried in our neighborhood called Crown Shy. It’s run by a famous NYC chef named James Kent who used to work at a Michelin Star Restaurant before going off on his own. We tried it out with our friends a few weekends ago and had a great night! The inside of the restaurant is very trendy and young with a cool vibe. The kitchen is open so you can see them making your food right there which is neat. Another bonus is that the tables weren’t on top of each other so you can really enjoy your time dining there.
We started off with drinks and I got the Flightplan and it was just as delicious as it is pretty! Jon got the Cardinal Point, and our friend got the Radicle.
The house pull apart bread is amazing!! We would go back just for that. We actually asked for seconds it was so good.
For appetizers we got the Gruyere Fritters and they were amazing! They were little cheese bites and we would definitely order these again.
We also got the White Bean Hummus and it was also very delicious!
For our entrées, Jon and I split the Cavatelli and it was very good, but the portion was tiny.
We also ordered the Grilled Citrus-Marinated Chicken and it was also very good.
All in all, the food was delicious, and we had a great night at Crown Shy! This is the fanciest restaurant that I’ve been to in the city. I’m still getting used to the smaller portions, but I think that is typical for a high-end restaurant with a famous chef.
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