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Best of New York 2013 • Eating

Best Oysters


  • M. Wells Dinette

    At MoMA PS1, 22-25 Jackson Ave., at 46th Ave., Long Island City; 718-786-1800

    If some of the dishes at the always inventive M. Wells Dinette seem so fantastical that they could have been conjured from a dream, well, some of them have. Take, for instance, the new oysters Bolognese ($8), which came to chef Hugue Dufour in a vision one night. The next day, still craving those elusive figments of his imagination, he went to work creating them—first spooning a meaty pork-and-beef sauce over some oysters, then dabbing them with a persillade puréed with bread crumbs and briefly baking them in the oven. The result is deliciously rich and briny—the physical manifestation of what clams oreganata can only dream of becoming.

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