We were at Angelica's during the Passover holiday, yet the menu was extremely varied. The ingredients were fresh and flavorful, and included a few updated Jewish dishes - my husband indulged in a childhood favorite, Veal Brains, this time made with white roots cream, roasted tomatoes, cured lemon and fresh coriander. I can't give Angelica's an excellent rating because of 2 things: first, the kitchen didn't want to debone my whole roasted fish (at my request), and when they did, they left many bones in my fish (which came back with a "warning" via the waitress), and secondly, the sweet potato puree was saltier than anyone at our table could tolerate. I will say that the decor was beautiful and modern, and had a formal, romantic feeling.
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