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Pete wells

The restaurant still beckons to tourists (and bloggers) like moths to a frosted tip flame.
Critic Pete Wells thinks the restaurant is a snooze: "By the end of my third meal, I was desperate for some break in the monotony."
Le Coucou earned a coveted 3 stars from the paper of record the day I happened to have a reservation.
The New Yorker has a giant profile of NY Times food critic/restaurant assassin Pete Wells, and it is fantastic.
Wells's takedown hatchets the restaurant's "mangled" food and "sleepwalking" service, ultimately calling the restaurant "among the worst food deals in New York."
"Grouping me in with regular New York restaurants is like comparing apples and fat dirt."
Do you enjoy reading scathing restaurant reviews? How about scathing restaurant reviews written entirely in the form of questions?
That's right, the Grey Lady's new restaurant critic has reviewed Shake Shack and found it wanting. Everybody panic!
East Villagers who were hoping that nobody would notice that Bond Street Italian standby Il Buco had opened an off-shoot, Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria, a block north...we have bad news.
Eating at Romera "is to be told repeatedly that you are in the presence of greatness, while the evidence of your senses tells you that you are in the presence of, at best, okayness."
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