A Simple Supper at Cosette
It looks like itís been there for ages, but itís actually only about 10 years old.
We had a calamari special with a tomato sauce.
And an amazing pissaladiere:
A pissaladiere is a French tart made with caramelized onions, olives and anchovies. It sounds like it might be yucky, but itís buttery, sweet and delicious with a little bite from the olives. The anchovies really just give it salt and a little depth. This version was out of sight.
Sorry it was superdark in there. Hard to see, but I got the hanger steak:
And the hunna got the half roast chicken:
The food was just what we wanted: simple and tasty.
We had two delicious bottles of Cotes du Rhone. Isnít that the best? In the city, you can just walk home.
PS: If youíre looking for a landmark, the restaurant is right across the street from the (new location of) the Second Avenue Deli.