Latin American Restaurant in New York City, NY, United States
There's a mix of small starters like empanadas and ceviches, followed by tacos and skewers, and finished off by large format plates to share. Nothing's too big, so you probably want all of these things on your table. Some dishes have subtly Asian or otherwise non- Mexican influences. Great spot for a group dinner!
The menu is perhaps too brief, featuring both Algerian and French classics but containing more than one North African dish worth savoring. Brick au thon ($10) makes a very nice appetizer for two. Sheets of warka pastry, similar to phyllo, come wrapped around tuna. Also cracked in the package is a raw egg.
Finally made it to Raoul's to try their newly launched brunch. They ran out of the legendary burger just as we walked in, but the silver lining was this flawlessly executed, salty, tangy Salade Frisée aux Lardons with a perfectly poached egg.