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White Street Still Needs to Work on Its Vegetables

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Early impressions of White Street, from Tribeca Citizen: get the bucatini, skip the veggies.

White Street
White Street
Daniel Krieger

After an early visit to White Street, Tribeca Citizen comes away with mixed feelings about Floyd Cardoz's new restaurant. The biggest hits on the menu are the squid ink bucatini with lobster and the braised short ribs, but it sounds like the vegetable sides especially need some work. The roasted half cauliflower is "boiled but barely roasted," while some friends note that on one occasion the "blistered" shishito peppers were "So undercooked they were actually crunchy," and the wild mushrooms were just "kind of gross."

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