The Green Table

By grace.g.yang ยท October 17, 2007
Under: Burgers,Chelsea,Dinner

One of my favorite restaurants in New York, The Green Table, is located in the Chelsea Market and serves great foods that are purchased locally (meaning all ingredients are purchased within driving distance). They have simple ingredients and simple items; grilled cheese, burgers, macaroni and cheese, chicken pot pie, and other comfort foods. I went with the chicken pot pie:

The chicken is really tender, the vegetables are cooked but not overdone, and the seasoning is near perfection. Also, the crust is flaky but not too buttery. Another great thing about The Green Table – their salads are always dressed SO well. There’s just enough oil, lemon juice, and pepper on every piece of arugula!

Chris ordered the Green Table burger:

The burger had an interesting tomato relish instead of pickles – just the right amount of tanginess to add to the well-cooked burger. I really love eating at Greenmarket because everything is so fresh and well-prepared. The only complaint – it’s not large enough; it only seats around 15 (including the communal table outside) so you might end up being turned away on a busy night.

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Reader Comments

I usually just read your posts through my feed reader. But I thought I’d let you know that I’ve repeatedly recommended your site to my friends who are recent migrants to NYC. Your photos of NYC fare usually make my stomach growl.
One recommendation I have is to list your post categories in the sidebar, especially the neighborhoods – that would make it much easier to locate one of your reviews. Keep up the great work.

Written By Neil on October 19th, 2007 @ 10:11 am

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