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Posted by Fia on 05/30/2013
One of my favorite new restaurants! Food is made to perfection. The tuna tartare is delicious and paired with house made potato chips. Oysters are fresh. Duck Rillette had nice presentation and fresh flavor that is served with toast and crispy duck skin. The scallops were also amazing! Must check this restaurant out! On the top of my list for delicious restaurants in NYC. In addition: The menu price point is average for a nice dinner for 2 in NYC. The quality and passion behind the food is evident. You will get your money's worth.
Posted by Grovest on 04/09/2013
It's is a cute restaurant with a gimmicky name. Inside is very casual and slightly cramped. The prices for drinks are totally not on par with the venue. Wine list by the glass very expensive with some as high as $18 ... Most at $13-$14 ... Gramercy Tavern has cheaper wines! It's really something they should address.
Posted by C Walken on 03/31/2013
Was excited to see new place in the neighborhood and menu looked ok but cannot understand pricing for this restaurant experience. Dinner for 2 - no bread, no starch - salad, entree, 2 drinks - $140. Just can't make this work. Save your money and go elsewhere...
Posted by top chef on 02/28/2013
As a neighborhood resident I flock to every new establishment. Ichabod"s certainly made a pig"s ear ( Gallaxy Diner ) into a silk purse. From the rustic atmosphere , attentive service, and delicious food this has become TOPS in the neighborhood. The spear ribs were unbelievable ,smokey and the meat feel right off the bone. The duck leg was cooked perfectly. I can't wait to go back to taste the rest of the menu. As a chef I know Im hard to please ,but Im ,very pleased. BTW, the wine list and cocktails , very impressive.This is one place , you don't want to miss.
Posted by the food guru on 02/27/2013
My new favorite restaurant hands down. Excellent ambiance. Must orders: Tuna Tartare, Oysters, Squash Dumplings (best dish), Trout, Donut with Ice cream. Also- make sure to grab one of their famous cocktails
Posted by King Tuna on 02/25/2013
In the short time since Ichabod's doors have opened for business, I've managed to eat there twice. The first time I went for dinner, invited by a friend and not expecting much more than another "typical" NYC take on new-American food. But boy was I wrong. If I won the mega-millions and had mad money to burn, Ichabod's is the kind of a restaurant that I would open tomorrow. Small, selective raw bar? Check. Simple but not-so-simple takes on all my favorite comfort foods? Check. Smartly-appointed, whiskey-centric bar program? Yessir. Now I'll get specific... The squash dumplings are ridiculous - delicate, sweet, and savory all at once - I could ask for a dozen orders and call it my meal. The spare ribs are fall-off-the-bone tender with a sauce so delightfully sticky I sat there giggling as I ate (nearby BBQ joints would be lucky to have them on their menus). The duck leg is great. The roast bird is great(er). The pasta with duck ragu - topped with crispy duck skin (which was today's special) is outta control! Although the menu left me wondering, "Where's the pork, sir Crane?". I can't stress enough how impressed I am with the scene and food at this new place. I only hope that the quality of the food stays so high once the masses catch wind of what's going down at 15th & Irving.