The first solo restaurant for highly respected chef George Mendes, Aldea offers superior dining and remarkable service inside of this elegant New York restaurant.
Featuring a much sought after Michelin star, Aldea serves up Portuguese cuisine that will impress any diner, from the cautious eater to the adventurous food enthusiast. This place is upscale with prices that are surprisingly reasonable.
The interior features a blue, wind and sky theme, which is set to symbolise the Iberian coast, which is both the inspiration for the dishes and the location where the head chef was born and raised, and an eye-catching open kitchen where diners can watch as the cooks and head chef create each magnificent dish fresh and fierce.
Restaurant-goers are adamantly infatuated with such dishes as mussel soup with Yukon gold, Portuguese sausage and coconut foam, suckling pig, and pain de Avignon with fruity Spanish olive oil.
Each meal is made even more rich with Aldea's wine list, with can match any other high-end New York restaurant, with the majority of wines being Spanish and Portuguese and a few American and French options as well.