Travel with Carnet is all about adventure, style, sophistication and having the most amazing gastronomic experiences. Fasten your seat belts! This December, Carnet takes off again to the bright lights of Manhattan and discovers a cornucopia of seafood delights!
New York is the city for daring epicures. Carnet travelers must visit at least one or all of these exceptional New York seafood restaurants. Holding top rating as a Michelin three-star, is Le Bernardin. Sample the aromatic tastes of thinly pounded yellowfin tuna with foie gras or pan-seared sea bass with sweet and sour grapes—fish so fresh—it melts like butter in your mouth! Provençal-born chef, Eric Ripert, creates a fusion of French haute cuisine with a touch of Japanese and exotic spices. Crudo favorites include sashimi scallop sliver with blackberry Nebraska Wagyu beef with langoustine. Save room for “La Religieuse,” a dessert made of elderflower crème mousseline, with apricot coulis and black currant powder.
Topping off seafood dining in New York is Oceana. Be adventurous and try the fluke tartare or the snapper ceviche with blood oranges and chopped pistachios. For an extra special taste—go for the apple risotto. Small bites and artisanal cocktails are available as well as an elaborate raw seafood bar. Chef Ben offers a range of sweet and savory sauces, including a curry-leaf vinaigrette, piquillo pepper aioli, whole-grain mustard aioli, and passion fruit mignonette. Bon Appétit!
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