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Noga 120 Allen Street (off of Delancey) New York, New York 10002

www.noganyc.com

120 Allen Street
(off of Delancey)
New York, New York 10002

(212) 804-7207











APPETIZERS
Truffle Caesar Salad- baby kale, aleppo, brioche croutons, caesar dressing, black truffles, fresh parmesan
Halibut Crudo- cucumber jus, meyer lemon gel, blood orange puree, cucumber serrano salad
Truffle Fries- parmesan, black winter truffles, tarragon aioli
Sunchoke Soup- sunchoke crisps, pumpkin seed oil, roasted pumpkin seeds, roasted hen of the woods mushroom
Roasted Squash- roasted heirloom butternut squash, squash puree, crumbled goat cheese, toasted almonds
Tuna Tartare- sushi grade yellowfin tuna, chili oil, lemon gel, citrus jus, amarosa potato chips
Roasted Beets- roasted gold and red beets, house made ricotta cheese, house made butter pretzels, herb oil
Frisee Salad- granny smith apples, bosc pears, danish blue cheese, candied hazelnuts, apple cider vinaigrette

 

MAINS
Cod- herb broth, roasted fennel, roasted potatoes, hedgehog mushroom
Cappelletti- house made ricotta, oven cured tomatoes, basil pesto, parmesan tuile, pine nuts
Parisian Gnocchi- brown butter, heirloom butternut squash, sagem aleppo
Pan-Roasted Salmon- charred broccolini, orange aleppo aioli, roasted hen of the woods
Truffle Fettuccine- mushroom brodo, black trumpet mushrooms, truffle pecorino, black truffles, basil oil
Potato Agnolotti- potato parmesan, fresh herbs, roasted garlic, pinot grigio
Grilled Black Bass- roasted fennel, arugula, heirloom tomatoes, citrus jus, smoked lime butter, kumquats
Pistachio Pine Nut Crusted Halibut- butter glazed jardiner, red pepper celery root puree, vichyssoise

 

SIDES

Charred Broccolini- anchovy vinaigrette

Pommes Mousseline- potato puree, fine herbs

Roasted Mushrooms- toasted almonds, pickled chili

 

DESSERT

Carrot Cake- tahitian vanilla cream cheese frosting, vanilla ice cream

Butterscotch Pudding- sea salt, caramel, chantilly cream, shortbread cookies

Chocolate Glazed Crepe- orange mousse, cassis sorbet

Cheesecake- vanilla cheesecake, strawberry sorbet
Flourless Bourbon Chocolate Tort- with coconut sorbet

information about Noga
RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
OK

Hours
BRUNCH
7:30 AM - 3:30 PM
DINNER
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM

Cuisine:
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Attire: Casual Neat

Succah On Succot: Yes
Nine Days Menu: Yes
Open for Pesach: No



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ABOUT Noga

Review by Elan Kornblum:

After a wild few days around the country, I ended off the week in style, in of all places on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Yes, the LES is back on the foodie map. VIPs in food, fashion and media descended at the about-to-be-opened Noga dairy restaurant in the Sago Hotel to try out the dishes and offer feedback to the owners. It was a 12 course, past 12:30am dinner that was fun and fabulous and I got to spend it with my foodie friends (we even had a paramedic crash to make sure we were good).

So for those who follow the industry you may have seen from the live videos that the owners of Bison & Bourbon are behind the Noga restaurant together with the Sago Hotel owners. Finally, I don't have to keep the secret anymore. It was several months ago that I got a call from B&B owner that he was looking at a place in lower Manhattan in a boutique hotel. He's like

do you think I should take it? I'm like, duh! But really, the more I heard about it, the more I liked it and knew it could be a big hit. To name a few: Experienced owners, non Jewish foodie area that would dine there, it's in a hotel so you're getting built in customers, it's the only kosher dairy place within a few miles, the dining room is really nice, their is a 6th floor large patio for parties and more dining, and a 10th floor veranda for special parties (we squeezed into the elevator) with sweeping views from the East Side to the Freedom Tower to the West Side. And we haven't even gotten to the food yet.

The chef comes from a Michelin starred restaurant and he is cooking as if he was in a non kosher restaurant. The food is different and beautifully presented but not so out there and pretentious. This is not tapas style, but full plate apps and mains They encourage you to share so you can try many things, but I think based on what we all had the other night, this is going to be a very trendy place that our Foodies will like. In fact, someone that night said that for some Jewish people they will eat out in non kosher places and have salad and fish, because there are not too many choices for something like this in the kosher world. This they said would be a place they would go to.

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So I will be curious of the clientele that come, probably a mix of hipsters, locals, Foodies and those who like substance and style. There is a lot that this restaurant offers and will offer, like private catering, Shabbos meals (meat brought in with hot boxes) where you can stay in the hotel and walk to Chabad for shul and they will be open for breakfast as well as lunch and dinner.

They will be open starting this Monday at 5:30pm for their Soft Opening and then open in the morning on Tuesday for breakfast. We'll have their full menu either tomorrow or Monday, but this is certainly great addition to the lower Manhattan area and I'm excited to hear what you all think after you go.


Review 8/19/18 (Mathew Klein)

Review 2/13/18 (Alexandra Schmuelian)

Review 2/11/18 (Gail Plotnick)

Review 2/10/18 (Esther Anzaroot)

Review 2/4/148 (Rachel Yaghoubzadeh)

Review 2/2/18 (Gila Stone)


 

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