Bon Appétit Staff’s Favorite Restaurant Meals, November 2022

Louise Matthews

I utilized to do the job appropriate close to Jun-Adult men, a very small ramen bar in Chelsea, so it grew to become my go-to location for catch-ups. BA’s business office is in a completely diverse community, but I nonetheless go back again to Jun-Guys as frequently as I can, for two factors in specific: the crunchy shrimp tempura, glossed in spicy mayo and glittering with tobiko and the vegetarian ramen, with a milky sesame broth, mammoth fried maitakes, and tangy pickled mustard greens. Toss in some chilly sake or fizzy beer and there’s no greater way to unwind. —Emma Laperruque, BA senior cooking editor 

240 9th Ave., New York Town

I just lately stopped into Alex Raij’s recently reopened Basque cafe Txikito for a few drinks and bites at the bar. I was blown absent by a mushroom carpaccio they had on the menu. The dish consisted of paper-thin slices of uncooked king oyster mushrooms, fanned about a plate of warm, garlicky olive oil, all sprinkled with a confetti of at any time-so-somewhat smoky Idiazabal cheese, cubed tomato, and toasty Marcona almonds. It was shockingly luxurious for a plate of raw mushrooms, and a excellent, warming counterpoint to the piparra-garnished martini I was ingesting. —Anna Hezel, Epicurious senior editor

518 Bryant St., Palo Alto, CA

To rejoice my brother’s 30th birthday, my loved ones flew to California and had our major celebratory meal at Ettan, a California-Indian cafe. Though anything was delicious (forged-iron Monkey Buns, chicken biryani, and Kerala fried hen were being all standouts), I was totally taken by a tiny plate the restaurant just phone calls “Sesame Leaf.” It is made up of chaat sitting down on a sesame leaf, piled with a good deal of mango, sesame brittle, and chickpea crumble. It was a harmony of crunchy, sweet, savory, and creamy. My loved ones likes to rank our most loved dishes just after huge dinners, and this one topped all of our lists. —Olivia Quintana, affiliate social media manager

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1038 Canada Location, Vancouver, British Columbia

Botanist, a restaurant that celebrates the food items of the Pacific Northwest, not long ago collaborated with Hanky Panky, a cocktail bar in Mexico Metropolis, to produce a menu in honor of Dia de los Muertos. Executive chef Hector Laguna made a amazing 6-class tasting menu celebrating the meals he grew up with in Mexico, paired with six cocktails. A person stand-out dish was a plate of sunchokes and chargrilled octopus topped with a blend of leche de tigre, cilantro, and a mix of contemporary greens and edible flowers. On its personal the dish was wonderfully composed: tender, juicy chunks of briny octopus tamed by a punch of citrus from the leche de tigre and complemented by the earthy sunchokes. When paired with Manos en la Tierra, a cocktail of aged Cuban rum, sherry, hojicha (roasted environmentally friendly tea), charred lemon, and black cardamom, the mixture was a revelation. I have to go back—and I will any time I’m in Vancouver. —Jarrett Melendez, Epicurious associate editor

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