Egg dishes: Top 10
There's a simple way to enhance virtually any savory dish: Put an egg on it. Traditional cooks have long practiced this trick, and now New American chefs are getting in on the act too. Here are 10 top egg dishes at a variety of Long Island restaurants, as picked by food writer Erica Marcus.
Ahuva's Grill $$ | Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Kosher 1326 Peninsula Blvd. Hewlett Shakshuka, a traditional Israeli dish of eggs poached in a spicy-sweet tomato sauce ($6.95).
Arata Sushi $$$ | Sushi 18 Cold Spring Rd. Syosset Miso ramen, a rich broth containing fat slabs of tender pork, vegetables, fish cake, seaweed and a poached egg ($11.95).
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Hendrick's Tavern $$$$ | New American 1305 Old Northern Blvd. Roslyn Linguine Zsa Zsa, a "deconstructed" carbonara of fresh linguine tossed with pancetta and sage, topped with a fried egg ($19).
La Finca Colombian 170 Broadway Hicksville Bandeja Tipica, Colombia's "typical" features grilled or ground beef, pork rind, sweet plantains, avocado, rice and beans, arepa (corn pancake) and a fried egg ($11.95)User ratingCritic rating
P.S. Burgers $$ | Burgers, American 198 2nd St. Mineola Paris burger, with a fried egg, sauteed spinach, Gruyère cheese, bacon, honey-Dijon mustard ($7.95).
$item.instanceof The Riverhead Project Duck-sausage-wild-mushroom ragout with ricotta gnocchi and a duck egg ($27).