Eat-Q Test: Iconic New York

Match each iconic NYC dish to the classic restaurant that’s known for it: 

1.    An oversized grilled mutton chop, served on the bone with a curl of fat


2.    Bluepoint oysters served in a “pan roast” of cream, butter, clam juice, celery salt, Worcestershire sauce and chili sauce


3.    Pastrami, cured in-house and thinly sliced, then piled high on rye bread with spicy yellow mustard


4.    Thick-cut slabs of marinated pork belly, tucked into a soft steamed Chinese bun with hoisin sauce, scallions and cucumbers


5.    Spaghetti primavera with fresh vegetables and toasted pine nuts, tossed in light cream sauce


6.    A thin, griddle-seared hamburger served on a squishy potato roll with crisp vegetables and the restaurant’s signature creamy sauce 


7.    Eggs served any style with silky smoked sturgeon and a bagel or bialy 


8.    A puffy, golden-crusted soufflé laced with Grand Marinier and doused with powdered sugar


9.    Brick-oven plain pizza, topped with a three-cheese blend, fresh basil and olive oil


10.    A single large ravioli, filled with an egg yolk, fresh ricotta cheese and spinach, immersed in a brown butter and truffle sauce 

 

A.    Momofuku Noodle Bar
B.    La Grenouille
C.    Shake Shack
D.    SD26
E.    Di Fara
F.    Grand Central Oyster Bar
G.    Barney Greengrass
H.    Katz’s
I.     Le Cirque
J.    Keens 

 

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