The Fat Radish

The cuisine at the Fat Radish is classified by a philosophy: Simple, healthy, delicious dishes created with well-sourced, seasonal ingredients. Located on the Lower East Side, the roomy space echoes that of London’s original Covent Garden marketplace – high ceilings with large windows, skylights and plenty of natural light juxtaposed with white-washed, exposed brick walls. Dishes like the honey-glazed duck, celery root pot pie and monkfish vindaloo are where the Radish blooms in complexity and color, and the wine list is filled with biodynamic beauties.

What the locals are saying
Jacob Brown Features Director of T: The New York Times Style Magazine

I wrote about these guys for the Times when they curated the food at the Escape From New York Festival...everything they do is super fresh and seasonal. Personally I enjoy going to brunch there, eating soft-boiled eggs with avocado toast whilst reading the Economist alone at the bar. Usually I leave my sunglasses on. The bartender knows my name.