4/23/2013 03:30:00 PM

Pete Wells Reviews a Post-Sandy Randazzo's in Brooklyn

This week NY Times restaurant critic Pete Wells pays a visit to Sheepshead Bay red sauce institution Randazzo's Clam Bar, which was previously shuttered for two months due to damage from Hurricane Sandy. He awards the joint one star and the review is seemingly more of a good will gesture than anything else. But that doesn't stop Wells from noting the unevenness of many of the dishes: "Less enticing are the lobster bisque and the corn-and-crab chowder, neither of which tastes much like its namesake shellfish. And given how pure most of the seafood is, I wish the fried clams were the squishy whole-belly variety, not chewy frozen strips in a sarcophagus of breading." Read the whole thing here.


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