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  • The best things our food critics ate in 2019

    A hot chicken sandwich, steak frites, strawberry and elderflower soup, curried chickpeas and more: a photo tour guaranteed to make you very hungry.

    MFK

    Prawn heads 79彩票注册网址($12), with xato sauce, at MFK

    Marcin Cymmer

    Rocky IV milkshake ($14) at JoJo’s Milk Bar

    Roost

    House-style hot chicken sandwich ($7.75) at Roost

    Evan Jones

    Ewe Moon of Kentucky sandwich ($15), barbecue lamb with kohlrabi slaw and Worcestershire mayo, at Publican Quality Meats

    Meghan Leigh Photography

    Burger Francois ($20) at Francois Frankie

    Sepia

    Artichoke soup (part of a three-course, $24 prix fixe) at Sepia

    Il Culaccino

    Limoncello flute ($9) at Il Culaccino

    8Bar

    Steak frites ($32) and Downstairs Burger ($16) at 8Bar

    Coco Pazzo

    Calamari fritti79彩票注册网址 ($12) with zucchini, fennel and lemon at Coco Pazzo

    Margeaux Brasserie

    Duck wings a l’orange ($16) at Margeaux Brasserie

    Matt Haas

    Thattu’s curried black chickpeas and ground roasted coconut79彩票注册网址 ($12) at Politan Row

    The Lobby

    Strawberry and elderflower soup ($13) at the Lobby, Peninsula Hotel

    Joanne Trestrail

    Housemade country paté ($10.95) at Bistronomic

    Steingold's

    Chocolate babka 79彩票注册网址($4) at Steingold’s

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