Mémé Is Memorable


David Snyder dines at David Katz’s Mémé and is taken back to a world less complicated.

For Katz, “rustic” and “simple” are not terms of limitation — they’re opportunities to impress. While the kitchen builds all of its plates with elements that have compatible chemistries, Mémé is at its best when it applies a technique in an inventive way to make classic flavors taste even better than you remember.

A Lasting Mémé-ry [City Paper]
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