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Steve Camas and Siobhan Mulroy opened 34 New Street in January
2001 with the concept of opening a restaurant where everybody
can find a dish to delight in. That means plenty of choices
and plenty of inspiration from across the globe.
When you come in to 34 New Street, dont let the pizza
case stop you from delving into a diverse, eclectic menu that
draws inspiration from all over the world. They pull the diverse
menu off by running two kitchens one for pizza, calzones
and stuffed breads, and the main kitchen, under the direction
of Chef Nicolas Mercier, which handles the entrees.
Upon our arrival we were greeted by tasty, warm herbed flatbread
as we mulled appetizers. We started with a Portobello Stuffed
with Herbed Goat Cheese ($12). Dressed up with zesty balsamic
glaze, its rich and moist. Thin-sliced, tender, delicately
fried Orange-Sesame Calamari ($12) is another hit, offering
diners a choice between zesty sesame and cooler orange dipping
sauces; marinara and horseradish are also available. The PEI
Mussels ($13) are delightful in chunky, flavorful marinara
that complements the dish beautifully.
For our entrees, Ginger-Teriyaki Pork Strip Steak ($20) brings
Southeast Asian flair to the table with an 8-ounce pork steak,
crusted with bright ginger and sweet, tangy teriyaki, served
with veal demi-glace, mashed potatoes and the veggie of the
day. Lobster Ravioli ($16) is bright, light and summery, served
with a delicate, lemony scampi sauce.
And 34 New Streets Apricot-Almond Chicken ($16) is a
12-year fan favorite that marries tender, boneless chicken
breast with sweet apricot-almond sauce that evokes thoughts
of the sweet end of sweet-and-sour; it is accompanied with
parmesan risotto. Spanikopita ($14) is Steves grandmothers
recipe. Fish lovers should check out the Pistachio-Crusted
Seared Tuna ($24).
Keep an eye on the dessert menus, much of which rotates weekly.
Paired with a scoop of ice cream and coffee, the warm apple
crisp is heavenly.
Lunch sandwiches range from $7-$12 and includes burgers, an
assortment of wraps and Eddie & Raymonds Authentic
Cuban great values for Foodies on the go or
consider a half-order of pasta for a midday nosh.
Theyll be rolling out their fall offerings in the next
few weeks, which include heartier dishes like Prime Rib on
Fridays and Saturdays.
Whether its a sit-down gathering or lunch at your desk,
34 New Streets got you covered.
34 New Street
34 New Street
34 New St., Huntington village
Cuisine: Eclectic global fusion and pizza
Price: Apps $7-$13
Hours: Wed. & Thurs. 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fri. 11:30 a.m.-10
p.m.; Sat. 5-10 p.m.; Sun. 4-9 p.m.