LaBan on Fork: "four-bell potential"
Craig LaBan reviews the Eli Kulp version of Fork:
Sounds seriously good, especially that Peking Duck "feast".
I've never been, but will have to put it near the top of my 2-do list for 2013...
I tried it right after they reopened with Kulp as chef, I thought I posted about it but I can't find it now, maybe I never did. Anyway, it was excellent, we did the "house menu" tasting menu thing and loved almost everything. Even the bread was great. Some standouts were the guinea hen, the burnt grain pappardelle (though by the end of the plate the "burnt" character was starting to overtake the dish), and the surf clam. We were a little sad when we heard that Terence Feury was leaving Fork, I always really like his food there, but after our first meal under Eli Kulp I think Fork actually made a big step up. Reading Laban's review makes me really want to go back.