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What do you order for lunch at Perry Street?

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hungrycomposer Dec 30, 2007 07:01 PM

I'm looking forward to a new year's eve lunch at Perry Street... Time to avoid the drunken crowds and live high on a composer's budget!

What do you like to order for lunch at Perry Street?

Thanks and happy new year!

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    halo RE: hungrycomposer Dec 30, 2007 07:21 PM

    my fave is the tuna burger. even if it's not on the menu ask for it since it's such a big hit w/ the regulars they always have some available...

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      thegreekone RE: halo Dec 30, 2007 07:51 PM

      second tuna burger, also like lamb chops and roasted chicken. (chicken prep can vary). Can't remember if arctic sashimi was special or reg menu but it was excellent.

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        bastet212 RE: thegreekone Dec 31, 2007 06:14 AM

        Agree with the chicken- they do amazing things with that skin.

    2. rose water RE: hungrycomposer Dec 31, 2007 05:28 AM

      Ditto the arctic char sashimi. The steak, served over fava beans and basil when I had it, was also delicious. My partner got the fresh mozz rolled with basil, served over grilled pineapple--also delicious. I also loved their nonalcoholic drinks--we tried the cherry/yuzu and elderflower/something. Enjoy, and please report back!

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        kobetobiko RE: hungrycomposer Dec 31, 2007 09:27 AM

        Agree with the suggestions above. They also have an asparagus risotto as appetizer, and they change the ingredients of the risotto based on seasonality. I like that dish a lot.

        For dessert, I like the white chocolate thing (forgot the name). The chocolate molten cake was just ok.

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          jasmurph RE: hungrycomposer Dec 31, 2007 01:29 PM

          Chocolate pudding, chocolate pudding, chocolate pudding!
          And I don't really like chocolate pudding. And I sure don't like violet candy. But I love them together at Perry Street.

          Their mozzarella plates are also great.

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