Faza Monster’s Photo Journal

July 8, 2009

FOOD in PHOTOS REVIEW: Eleven Madison Park

Filed under: Info / Explanation, NYC, Object, Photograph — MacDuff @ 2:15 pm

again, click through to flickr for the descriptions of each dish

The veal turnover (bottom) was my favorite.

The veal turnover (bottom) was my favorite. You can't see it because I used too small a focal depth. And because it's secret...

I told Al one were expected to eat the can the caviar came in.  He thought I was joking.

I told Al one was expected to eat the can the caviar came in. He thought I was joking.

The heirloom tomato cloud was basically ALCHEMY in a SPOON.

The heirloom tomato cloud was basically ALCHEMY in a SPOON.

Ohhhhh with tiny, shrunken olives for a splash of bitter with the sweet!

Ohhhhh with tiny, shrunken olives for a splash of bitter with the sweet!

Heirloom globes under the foam...

Heirloom globes under the foam...

And the money shot...

And the money shot...

Oooooohhhhh, indescribable!

Oooooohhhhh, indescribable!

Sea Urchin Cappuccino ?!?!

Sea Urchin Cappuccino ?!?!

Cant rave about the foie gras, sadly.

Can't rave about the foie gras, sadly.

GUESS WHAT!?  HALIBUT!

GUESS WHAT!? HALIBUT!

LOBSTAH!!

LOBSTAH!!

You can see Als stomach smiling in this shot.

You can see Al's stomach smiling in this shot.

The lamb was as good as the internet said it would be.

The lamb was as good as the internet said it would be.

The strawberries and champagne SUCKED. Too acidic.

The strawberries and champagne SUCKED. Too acidic.

They let us eat cake.

They let us eat cake.

Then we got a bottle of cognac and continued talking of life, the universe, and everything.

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