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The Musket Room
New Zealand Restaurant$$
Today 6–10PM
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265 Elizabeth St New York, NY 10012
265 Elizabeth StreetUSNew YorkNew York10012
(212) 219-0764themusketroom.com
$$New Zealand Restaurant, RestaurantToday 6–10PM
Monday 6–10PMTuesday 6–10PMWednesday 6–10PMThursday 6–10PMFriday 6–11PMSaturday 6–11PMSunday 6–10PM
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Modern takes on homestyle New Zealand cooking served in rustic-chic environs with a backyard garden.- Google
"Food, staff, atmosphere and location are definitely worth every penny"
"Nice dishes, great wines, amazing interior and good service"
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Annie C. Chen
a month ago
Food is always excellent. The service is top notch and friendly. Despite its fine dining angle, it is also a local neighborhood restaurant.
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Jerome Jiang
4 months ago
Very decent and upscale restaurant. Michelin one star. Delicious new Zealand cuisine. Service is very comfortable. We had long story tasting menu.
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Rowan Day
7 months ago
Food that makes your sense run wild. These guys do amazing things with the most simple and strange selections of food. We had the short story degustation choice and were blown away. It actually is a very long short story and the serve it slow so you end up amply satisfied. The wine selection is also excellent.
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Derek Brown
2 months ago
We ordered the Short Story. Food and service were both amazing. Very creative and tasty cocktails (we had the Garden to Gimlet and DA's Daiquiri). Opening course of amuse bouche was great. Oysters were a favorite with apple cider vinegar. Pork rillette on a sweeter cracker was enticing. The entree of beef was covered in veal shortbread which won my heart over instantly. Dessert was amazing. Chocolate cake with fernet? Yes please. Best bite of the night is tough to decide but probably the mango cake at the end.
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Andrew Panos
in the last week
One of the best tasting menus in the city. Very attentive staff.
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Michael Caggiano
2 months ago
The service was a bit inattentive, but the real disappointing part was the appetizers, tuna tartar was bland and the oysters (although the presentation was really nice) were very fishy tasting. The saving grace were the pork and deer dishes, both were cooked perfectly and delicious.
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michalakis
a month ago
Excellent quality food. One star down for quantity as they are very small plates but the wine more than makes up for it
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Ganj Beebani
7 months ago
I went here with a couple of friends to try a Michelin star restaurant for the first time, and it was totally worth it! The staff was attentive and courteous, and the environment is rustic with modern accents. The staff created a curated experience where they presented the flavors and textures in the dish and pointed out the more subtle taste notes, which are best appreciated if enjoyed slowly and mindfully. My favorite was the Berkshire pork: so succulent, and complemented well with the potatoes and hangi vegetables.
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