Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Dinner at Mas Farmhouse - NYC West Village

My friend Nicholas who is a serious food & beverage connoisseur took me out on Friday night to what is currently one of New York's most talked about restaurants.  It's hard to describe Mas (Farmhouse) without paging through a thesaurus first because the regular adjectives I use for other places (awesome, beautiful etc) just don't seem to suffice.  So I turned to the New York Times Review written by Adam Platt for some inspiration... and WHAT a beautifully descriptive review it was!

So in the words of Adam Platt, "Let’s say you’re a New Yorker of a certain culinary sophistication, someone who follows cooking trends and dines out regularly in good restaurants. Perhaps, during a weak moment, you imagine opening a restaurant yourself. You’d want this perfect restaurant to be modest in size, of course. You’d want it to be located in a raffish though debonair neighborhood, one filled with other fine restaurants and lots of discerning food snobs like yourself. You’d want a catchy name, one evoking sophistication, rustic simplicity, and also worldly charm. You’d want your restaurant to glow from within in a certain ineffable way, its tables set with white linen and flickering candles and bone china of an excruciatingly tasteful design... If you’re one of these people, don’t despair. We have the perfect little restaurant for you, and you don’t even have to open it yourself. It’s called Mas"

If you find yourself in the West Village anytime soon and looking for a night of fine dining at its best... this is the place to be.  Amazing food, beautifully plated, warm lighting, great service and overall an unforgettable experience. 


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