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Even though I've been eating out A LOT lately, I haven't been writing much up. Not because I believe restaurants shouldn't be evaluated as they struggle back from closure. Just because I've gotten out of the habit. (And also because my nominally remunerative writing [THAT'S a hot one] has been taking up a lot of time and writing energy lately. And as my mother almost certainly would have tried to teach me if I were a girl [based on the stupid reactionary stuff she did teach me as a non-girl], why buy the cow . . . ?) But it's time to get back. Most reviews will be of fairly old meals
Robuchon disciple opens a French 'bistro' in Tribeca. When I saw the name, I thought, Are they reopening? But did I mean L'Abeille in Paris? Or the Belgian in New York? But I now suspect I was thinking of some place else altogether, with a different name. Anyhow, now I wonder if I should have gone here instead of Le Coucou last week. I am certainly intrigued by the squab, but red miso + bourbon + dark chocolate seems a bit much? Do we think this qualifies as 'bistronomie'? Maybe for Tribeca [no tablecloths!]? Saito's apparently a 'local affluent resident' who backed Nagae when he needed s