Charmed By Zinc

Trey Popp checks out Zinc Bistro a Vins and likes what he finds.

The food, as you’d expect from a bistro, is also straightforward and unfussy. A “wild mushroom ragout tart” appetizer actually came in a puff pastry that was splendidly unsoggy, considering the juicy load of fungus and Morbier cheese it carried. An omelette napoleon featured half a dozen paper-thin layers of egg alternating with spinach and roasted-red-pepper spreads, and was remarkably soft and light for its size.

The Kitchen Zinc [City Paper]
Zinc Bistro a Vins [Official Site]