Enjoyed a great restaurant on W 58th St in NYC called "Seasonal". Surprised by the non-descript black and white contemporary decor. I liked the almost minimalist uncluttered look. In Retrospect I think the clean lines and purity of design was reflected quite well in the food. This Austrian restaurant had a limited menu but our choices proved delightful. The split pea soup with cottage cheese was light and tasty. The purity was surprising. I am used to a thick pea soup but this was light and savory with a pure taste of fresh green peas. My entree was Spaetzle with zucchini and Baer case (sp.). A cheese similar to Brie. Again it was light in spite of the cheese and very good. Bob was surprised how much he enjoyed the pea soup and his wiener schnitzel was thin, tender and crispy to perfection. They served a cold potato salad that he didn't care for only because he doesn't like cold food. They also served a shredded cucumber that I can't wait to try at home. Brussels sprouts prepared perfectly! Excellent! And an aperitif of carrot and parsnip purée. Another home run. The only reason I can't imagine we won't return is because there are so many restaurants in New York and so little time. But highly recommend this one. Service was friendly and inviting.
Price for two was $132 plus tip. We both enjoyed cocktails but no dessert or coffee. Dinner was very filling.
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