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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Traif -- Pork & Shellfish in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

I have been spending a lot of time in Williamsburg these days.
Here is another quriky restaurant that has interesting menu.

Name of the restaurant, Traif, is a Hebrew word for un-kosher food.
The chef and co-owner of the restaurant is a Jewish and he serves many pork & shellfish dishes.

The restaurant has a small garden in the back with grape vines casting a lovely awning.

The restaurant serves dinner and weekend brunch. I was there for the weekend brunch.

The Costanza: Soft scramble eggs, lobster, mascarpone

Egg-in-a-nest, brie-roast portabello, grilled cheese

Bacon doughnuts, dulche de leche, coffee ice cream
The doughnets were sprinkled with bacon bits with caramelized sugar.

I seeme to come across to more and more dessert dishes that have salty ingredients in the recent days,
such as sea salt, basil, and now bacon.  Could this be a new trend?

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