Responsible for coordinating entire service station and communicating with front and back-of-the-house personnel to provide a dining experience that meets or exceeds guest expectations. Processes guest orders to ensure that all items are prepared properly and on a timely basis. May present, open, and pour wine when serving guests. Observes diners to ensure that guests [...]
We are currently seeking cooks with at least 1 year of recent experience. This is a great opportunity for team-players, with exceptional knife and kitchen skills. Candidates must have experience with Italian cuisine, great references and work well under pressure. A minimum of 2 years in a food preparation position. Good working knowledge of kitchen [...]
March 23, 2016 Mokbar Mokbar, how I love thee, let me count the ways. First, I get to delight in a stroll through Chelsea Market en route to my dinner. Buy some new jewelry at Artists & Fleas, meander into cheese & seafood shops, dodge a few tourists, and then I am in the alcove [...]
Part 2 of Korean Broadcasting System's (KBS) Documentary on Korean food entrepreneurs in NYC. Includes Chef Esther Choi of Mokbar. In Korean.
Part 1 of Korean Broadcasting System's (KBS) Documentary on Korean food entrepreneurs in NYC. Includes Chef Esther Choi of Mokbar. In Korean.
Best for Korean noodles: Mokbar May 6, 2016 75 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011; 646-964-5963 mokbar.com Classic ramen at Mokbar Korean-style ramen, anyone? Merging Korean and Japanese cooking traditions might sound like a political minefield, but chef Esther Choi does this beautifully with what is more a noodle-centric take on classic Korean dishes like kimchi and budae [...]
June Kim's Doodlog http://junecomix.tumblr.com/post/139405923058/mokbarsporks
February 5, 2016, Erin Levi NYC is going bananas for delicious specials — from mandoo ramen to scallop wontons to longevity noodles — that are being offered at local restaurants for Lunar New Year. February 8 kicks off the Year of the Monkey — you probably know it as “Chinese New Year,” even though the [...]
We set Portugal’s best-known wine up on a date with South Korea’s popular Bibimbap Jenny Adams February 4, 2016 If Portuguese Vinho Verde wines had a celebrity spokesperson of the moment, it might be Alvarinho. Grown in many parts of northwest Portugal and Spain (where it goes by the name Albariño), this popular white varietal [...]
Lovely Loureiro flirts with Korea’s fishcakes Jenny Adams February 3, 2016 New York chef Esther Choi pairs Korean fishcake with Loureiro. (Photo: Jenny Adams.) When it comes to wine, the Portuguese generally eschew the likes of chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon and merlot grapes found so commonly around the world for their own options. The winemaking region [...]