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Chris Jaeckle's Bucatini With Smoked Uni at All'onda

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[All photographs by Nick Solares]
All'onda is the new Union Square restaurant that marks the return to the NYC dining scene of Chris Cannon and Chris Jaeckle, both of whom last found expression in the kitchens and dining rooms of the Altamarea Group. Of course, their respective history and experiences are far deeper than just their last gig. Cannon is an esteemed restaurateur with a string of hits under his belt dating back decades. Jaeckle for his part brings a diverse and somewhat eclectic culinary background that includes stints at Eleven Madison, Tabla, Morimoto and Ai Fiori. And owner Jeffrey Chodorow is the man that brought them together.

All'onda is a modern Italian restaurant inspired by Venetian cuisine, but also by the city's geography — since Venice lies at the end of the Silk Road this gives Jaeckle license to weave a rich tapestry of ingredients, flavor profiles and textures in to the menu. Given his experience in Italian, Indian and Japanese cuisine he couldn't be better suited to the task. Eater asked Jaeckle to select a dish that spoke to the essence of the restaurant and that would likely remain on the menu for some time to come. He chose the bucatini with smoked uni and spicy bread crumbs ($19). Jaeckle let us into his kitchen and showed us step by step how he brings the dish to the table.

· All Coverage of All'onda [~ENY~]


22 E 13th St, New York, NY 10003

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