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Aldea

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31 W 17th St, New York, NY 10011 (at nr. Fifth Ave.)
New York, NY 10011
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(212) 675-7223
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Best

My friend took me here for my birthday and it was fabulous! I ordered the shrimp alhinho for an appetizer and the hanger steak for an entree. The food was perfectly seasoned, rich...

Worst

Went with my girlfriend on a Saturday night and while the service was great, the food was a major disappointment. We started with the shrimp alinho, sea urchin toast and gazpacho...

Hip place, Terrific food 12/11/2009

My friend took me here for my birthday and it was fabulous! I ordered the shrimp alhinho for an appetizer and the hanger steak for an entree. The food was perfectly seasoned, rich and delectable. I was pleasantly surprised--because I never had Portuguese food before and didn't know how much I would like it. The shrimp appetizer tasted like it was prepared with linguica--it makes my mouth water just thinking about it. The steak was incredible--the red wine shallot a perfect addition and the beans light and refreshing. Pros: Food & Atmosphere Cons: Small Desserts more

A Night At Aldea 10/23/2009

New York is a busy place. In all the hustle and bustle of seemingly 27 hour days it’s easy to lose sight... more

A Night At Aldea 10/23/2009

WhatsSheEating Provided by Partner
New York is a busy place. In all the hustle and bustle of seemingly 27 hour days it’s easy to lose sight of things. Easy to let personal chores go ... more

Great Service and That's About It 8/28/2009

Went with my girlfriend on a Saturday night and while the service was great, the food was a major disappointment. We started with the shrimp alinho, sea urchin toast and gazpacho. While the shrimp resembled a classic mozambique dish, they were not nearly as tasty and were fairly overcooked. The gazpacho was flavorless and the sea urchin toast was average at best. For dinner we had the Arroz de Pato and the Niman Pork Loin. While the first dish was certainly flavorful, it's no different than any other Paella dish that you can get at most of the Spanish enclaves in town. As for the Niman Pork Loin, the consistency and taste was in line with that of airline food. As a man of Portugues descent, I assure you that a much better meal can be had for MUCH less in Southeastern MA or in The Neck in Newark. Pros: Service, waitstaff, presentation Cons: Food more
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Editorial

  • Aldea?s young chef, George Mendes, is of Portuguese descent, and with his first restaurant he tries mightily to induce New Yorkers to put the cuisine of his native country on the map alongside...

  • 8/3/2009 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Thu 5:30pm-11pm; Fri-Sat 5:30pm-12am
  • Payments:

    American Express, Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Flatiron District, Midtown

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