Side dishes based off recipes from a $295 tasting menu start at just $6.

Talia Avakian
May 03, 2017

Diners who want to sample the culinary expertise of chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara, the minds behind Eleven Madison Park, the number one restaurant on this year’s World’s 50 Best Restaurants list, can now do so at a fraction of the price.

Made Nice is a new counter-service spot in New York City that lets diners sample recipes from Eleven Madison Park and the pair's other popular restaurant, The NoMad, for anywhere from $6 to $22 a pop.

Courtesy of Made Nice

“Our food at Made Nice is built on the same flavors and ingredients as the food at both Eleven Madison Park and The NoMad,” the website reads. "We have taken the recipes and techniques that we have learned in the kitchens of these restaurants and applied them here."

Take a look at their menu and you’ll find selections like seared cod served with a chickpea puree, braised fennel, tomato, olives, and crispy chickpeas for $15, or confit pork shoulder on a bed of warm grains, roasted carrots, bacon, kale, and a sherry vinaigrette for $14.

Courtesy of Evan Sung

Salmon lovers can grab a frisée salad topped with smoked salmon, soft boiled eggs, potato croutons, cucumber, radish, pickled onions, and a buttermilk vinaigrette for $15, while vegetarian options include curried cauliflower, a grain salad, and quinoa falafel.

Besides gluten-free options, the new location also serves beer and wine, alongside a milk and honey soft serve made with milk ice cream, honey brittle, oat shortbread, and a buckwheat honey for dessert. 

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