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2010_05_kenmare-platt.jpgAdam Platt calls Joey Campanaro's work at Kenmare "competent, somewhat rudimentary," giving it one star: "...appetizers include rolls of tuna carpaccio wrapped around dabs of avocado (quite good), overly gummy gnocchi sunk in a curiously dull short-rib ragù (not so good), and an asparagus 'gratin'...which tastes interesting enough but looks like it’s just emerged from the blender at home...The spare, eight-dish entrée list has a similarly perfunctory feel, but it contains more of the classic Campanaro flourishes." [NYM]


98 Kenmare Street, New York, NY 10013

98 Kenmare St., New York, NY

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