The hottest seed oil safe restaurants to dine at in NYC
The 13 hottest🔥seed oil safe restaurants in NYC right now:
1. Springbone Kitchen, Rating: 5/5, Views: 717
Review: "This local fast casual chain is vocally seed oil free and features fresh bone broth & grass fed beef, dine fearlessly!"
2. Au Cheval, Rating: 4/5, Views: 426
Review: "The fryer is filled with fresh beef tallow at au cheval, everything is tallow fried here: chicken, fries and nachos..."
3. Supper, Rating: 5/5, Views: 369
Review: "Another winner from Frankie Prisinzano, the heartwarming & classic italian fare at Supper is cooked exclusively in grassfed butter and Jewel of Tuscany EVOO in a lively open kitchen"
4. Taboonette, Rating: 4/5, Views: 348
Review: "Everything here uses EVOO except for fried foods which is vegetable oil."
Taboonette | Home | New YorkIn 2004 on a quiet Manhattan street corner in Hell’s Kitchen, our founders built a wood burning oven that sparked a revolution...Taboon Restaurant is the home of The Original Wood-fired Middleterranea…http://www.taboonettenyc.com/
5. Hawksmoor NYC, Rating: 4.5/5, Views: 330
Review: "This traditional and classy British steakhouse serves up delicious tallow fries, you would have to try extra hard to consume a seed oil here..."
Hawksmoor Steakhouse and Cocktail BarAward-winning New York steak restaurant and cocktail bar, between Madison Square Park and Gramercy Park, serving dry-aged steak and sustainably sourced seafood.http://hawksmoornyc.com
6. Una Pizza Napoletana, Rating: 5/5, Views: 327
Review: "Only EVOO at this hip new pizza haunt on Orchard. Enjoy!"
UNA PIZZA NAPOLETANAUna Pizza Napoletana - Anthony Mangieri's legendary NYC pizzeria. A pioneer of Neapolitan-style pizza in the United States, Anthony makes every pizza with naturally-leavened, never refrigerated dough,…https://unapizza.com/
7. Boucherie Union Square, Rating: 4/5, Views: 318
Review: "Largely safe here, avoid the deep fryer. Tartare is good to go with EVOO, all meats are grassfed.
Hudson valley foie gras, farm raised organic eggs and..."
Boucherie | French Restaurant in NYCTraditional FRENCH brasserie and steakhouses celebrating Joie de Vivre in NYC. The restaurant offers a menu of French classics, timeless bistro favorites, and a selection of prime meats and Dry-Aged S…http://boucherie.nyc
8. Lil' Frankie's, Rating: 5/5, Views: 315
Review: "Frankie says relax! Avoid the fryer and you’re good to go at this cozy italian hangout. The attached sandwich shop “grocery” is completely seed oil free... "
Lil' Frankie'sLil Frankies - Lower East Side - Italian Pasta and Pizza Restaurant - Takeaway food - New York - Order onlinehttp://www.lilfrankies.com/
9. Hearth, Rating: 5/5, Views: 315
Review: "Marco Canora has vocally evangelized the abolishment of seed oils at restaurants since opening Hearth in 2003.
Dine fearlessly on farm-fresh meats, poultry and wild caught fish at Hearth"
Hearth Restaurant | East Village NYCHearth is Marco Canora's Tuscan-American farm-to-table restaurant, located in the East Village. We are open for indoor & outdoor dining, delivery & takeout, and private events!http://restauranthearth.com/
10. Daddies, Rating: 5/5, Views: 312
Review: "Another seed oil safe, laidback italian banger from Frank Prisinzano, you’re in good hands at Daddie’s. Cash only!"
11. Shuka, Rating: 4/5, Views: 285
Review: "Avoid the deep fryer and you’re in olive oil heaven at Shuka, and specifically the aioli’s. All entree meats and kebabs are good to go"
HOME | shukanewyorkhttp://www.shukanewyork.com/
12. COTE Korean Steakhouse, Rating: 4.5/5, Views: 258
Review: "The core dining experience uses only tallow on the grill, nearly all of the sides are safe. Avoid anything deep fried. "
COTECOTE is New York City’s first KOREAN STEAKHOUSE™.https://www.cotenyc.com/
13. Sami & Susu, Rating: 4/5, Views: 249
Review: "The only canola oil used to cook is in the deep fryer, everything else is cooked in butter or olive oil. Avoid the mayo which is always served on the side..."
Sami & Susu - Restaurant & Wine BarSami & Susu is a Lower East Side restaurant & wine bar inspired by family recipes, memories and the many flavors of the Mediterranean.https://www.samiandsusu.com/