Find Elevated Hawaiian Dishes in the East Village

Find Elevated Hawaiian Dishes in the East Village

Courtesy noreetuh


 

When one thinks of Hawaiian dining the image of tikis, a hog on a spit and sugary coconut cocktails with chunks of pineapple possibly come to mind. But in the East Village, Michelin recognized noreetuh is delivering a truly unique Hawaiian culinary experience.

 

noreetuh, which means playground in Korean, is a chic 45-seat space with little Hawaiian touches found throughout. Chef/Co-Owner Chung Chow, previously working with Thomas Keller at Per Se and Jonathan Benno at Lincoln, are at the helm serving up playful fusion dishes that stray away from the typical Hawaiian fare that most know. noreetuh also boasts an award-winning wine list of over 250 different wines with an emphasis on French and German selections.

 

The menu invites guests to adventure into the world of true Hawaiian fare with standout dishes including:

  • An array of Musubis such as Beef Tongue with cilantro and crunchy peanuts and Pork Jowl with scallion and a hint of ginger.

  • Smaller dishes like Bone Marrow Bread Pudding with Hokkaido uni and topped with truffles and Monkfish Liver Torchon with yuzu, pickled pear, ponzu and cilantro, served with toasted king Hawaiian rolls.

  • Entrees including Mentaiko Spaghetti with smoked cod, aonori and chili, which can be supplemented with Hokkaido uni and Imperial Wagyu with beef fat rice, pickled garlic and radish, which can also be ordered with Miyazaki a5 wagyu.

 

The desserts at noreetuh are also not to be missed. Its new take on the sundae with includes chocolate haupia sundae with almonds, graham crackers and coconut ice cream and their signature bruléed Hawaiian pineapple, dressed with a lime zest and ‘alaea salt. So make reservations today and don't miss this exotic culinary adventure while youre in NYC.

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