Ezard at Adelphi
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Ezard at Adelphi information
Teague Ezard runs one of the city’s enduring fine dining rooms. The space, a lanky basement beneath the Adelphi Hotel, is elegant but not as desperately fashion-forward as some. The food has an emphasis on Chinese and Thai flavours, though not exclusively so. Ezard’s plating is bold, his pairings inspired. An eight-course tasting menu ($135; $115 for the vegetarian option) is available as well as à la carte.