RedFarm- Dim Sum At Its Finest

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Sep 16 2011

Your tastebuds will thank you after dining at Ed Schoenfeld’s newest venture (backed by Jeffrey Chodorow) RedFarm- a Chinese/Dim Sum haven. Chef Joe Ng of Chinatown Brasserie delivers fun and inspiring Asian Cuisine in a rustic-chic, farm-like atmosphere.

The Glam Foodie- Tricia & Chef Joe Ng

Don’t let the causal decor fool you, the high-end, modern Chinese dishes are lively and unique stemming from local, high-quality ingredients. It was love at first bite! You’ll fall in love with the dumplings, dream about the rice/noodles, and long for the pastrami egg roll. Chef Joe Ng masterfully blends a symphony of flavors and textures in every dish. I can’t wait to go back!

Source: Eater.com

 

CHOW FAVES:

Filet Mignon Tarts- The combination of a tender filet, soft  ginger/curry flavor, and the perfect amount of heat, coupled with a delicate and flaky tart makes for the perfect bite!

Yuzu-Wasabi Shrimp- A tasty and crispy treat!

Shu Mai Shooters- The carrot-ginger chaser blended nicely with the well dressed shrimp dumpling.

Steamed Lobster Dumplings- A savory delight with a fiery kick.

Katz’s Pastrami Egg Roll- Unique and strikingly good….AH-MAZING!

Kumamoto Oysters with Meyer Lemon-Yuzu Ice – Light and fresh.

Spicy Korean Rice Cake, Shrimp & Chinese Sausage- The texture of the noodles were spot-on with spectacular flavor combos.

Sea Bass- I thoroughly enjoyed this dish.

Homemade Hot Sauce with Virginia Ham and Lime – The Chef tasked me with coming up with a name for this wonderful sauce. I have a few ideas….

SIP: 

Well thought out libations…..

Bodega Septima Malbec- 2009 Mendoza, Argentina

Watermelon Cocktail- Surprisingly not too sweet and very refreshing.

THE SWEET SPOT:

Chocolate Pudding

RedFarm – 529 Hudson St / 212-792-9700

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