I keep telling myself that occasional seafood indulgence is totally acceptable and that I should practice this indulgence once every few months to keep my sanity. This time, we took our foodie guest from L.A. to our favorite seafood place in New York and made him pay for the meal. Visitors are always welcome!
We started off with complimentary hor d’oeuvres – tuna tartar served on potato chips.
The white salmon tartar is only a seasonal dish and is available on the specials menu. This was so good it made our friend tear up and stay very quiet for the rest of the meal.
So what’s white salmon you might ask. You can read about it here if interested.
So Aquagrill offers two different types of seafood towers, the seafood plateau and the seafood plateau royale. They are priced daily and the ingredients vary by availability. The plateau usually has 6 oysters, 6 little neck clams, shrimp, mussels, and periwinkle snails. The Royal, which cost $230 this time, had everything in the normal plateau AND lobster tails, stone crab claws, king crab legs, conch, giant snails and sea urchin.
210 Spring Street, New York, NY 10012