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“First Dieterle restaurant experience”
Review of The Marrow - CLOSED

The Marrow
Cuisines: German, Italian
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Neighborhood: West Village
Reviewed March 7, 2013

This was my first visit to a Harold Dieterle restaurant. Wasn't disappointed. Very inventive recipes, solid presentation, reasonably-priced and well-chosen wine list. It didn't rank among my "finest meals ever," but really good.

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Reviewed March 4, 2013

Started off w/ the Housemade Jagerwurst (plain, nothing unique, not salty, nor sweet, would prefer a "Ballpark Frank"), the Foie Gras Mousse (enjoyed the citrus flavor which offsets the heavy creaminess, but puzzingly did not come with any bread/cracker to spread the foie gras on and so became a bit too much to eat just plain from a small spoon), the Lamb Ribs (delicious, tender, easy to eat and best of the four appetizers we had) and the Bone Marrow (disagree with Pete Wells' review - the delicate flavor and fragrance of the bone marrow that emanates from your mouth through the nasal passage is lost in the uni/sea urchin flavor. The creaminess of both complement each other, but not necessarily the flavor). I had the Pan-Fried Duck Schnitzel which was good. The wolfberries offset any "gamey" taste of the duck itself and the refreshing cucumber was a good balance to the breading on the duck. Aso tried the Wagyu Culotte Steak which was wonderfully seasoned and had just enough marbled fat. Desserts were great and we were greedy. The Apple Hand Pie (great if you like apples and caramel and the caramel isn't overpowering), the Ginger Stout Cake (by far the highlight - great roasted pear and ginger combo), Berliners (great donuts w/ chocolate, but a bit heavy after such a hearty meal), and the Ricotta Cheesecake (blood orange marmalade is a great contrast to the cheesecake). Place kind of feels like a hybrid of "The Dutch" restaurant and "The Fat Radish," but more meat and better desserts.

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Reviewed October 26, 2013
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