Big Showing for Lower East Side in Michelin Bib Gourmands 2019

Posted on: November 1st, 2018 at 5:02 am by

On Tuesday, Michelin announced the winners of the 2019 Bib Gourmand, essentially a “consolation prize list” for those restaurants that didn’t receive a star rating. It’s an award “reserved for a select number of restaurants rated by Michelin’s team of anonymous food inspectors, denoting establishments where diners can enjoy a great meal for a good value.”

AKA, still approachable…

Here are some of the area winners (full list here):

Bar Primi – 325 Bowery
Cervo’s – 43 Canal Street
Congee Village – 100 Allen Street
Dim Sum Go Go – 5 East Broadway
The Flower Shop – 107 Eldridge Street
Hwa Yuan – 42 East Broadway
Katz’s Deli – 205 East Houston
Kiki’s – 130 Division Street
Lil Gem – 29 Clinton Street
Mile End (Bond Street location closed)
Prune – 54 East 1st Street
Russ & Daughters Cafe – 127 Orchard Street
Tang Hot Pot – 135 Bowery
Una Pizza Napoletana – 175 Orchard Street

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