One night in NYC, my boss took our team out to dinner at Cookshop in west Chelsea. Their menu looked great online, but I was even more impressed that they had a Meatless Monday special! Even though that menu wasn’t gluten free, I still appreciate the effort. I wish someone would start a Gluten-less Sunday or something.
I split the vegetable salad with my manager (sweet corn, cauliflower, fennel, carrots, radish, cucumber,lemon,mint). I don’t know what those little green things were on top, but I loved them.
The scallops seemed to be the favorite choice for an entree, so I went with them. Long Island sweet corn pudding, cherry tomatoes & arugula salad.
I love that restaurants in NYC can spin “Long Island sweet corn pudding” into being something trendy.
Really delicious. I could eat an ocean of scallops. Cookshop was a great choice for a mixed crowd of dietary restrictions – two of us don’t eat gluten, one doesn’t eat dairy, and there were plenty of choices for everyone.
156 10th Avenue
New York, NY 10011
I’m glad you had a good experienced there. Unfortunately, I didn’t. Got glutened even after multiple conversations with staff about my gluten-free diet.
That sucks! It’s always worse when the place SEEMS like they should know what they’re doing and they don’t.