Six of us ended up at D'lish for an early supper last night and, to sum things up, we were glad we came.
D'lish is a byo on the corner of 79 and 34 that has been around for two months now (so it is time to remove the "Grand Opening" sign ;o). We came hungry as our first choice was closed and we were forced to find a nearby substitute.
The appetizers were very good. A huge portion of fried calamari arrived light and greaseless and were good, but the bbq shrimp were the big hit. It's kind of a sweet and sour sauce with mangoes.
Salads were big, fresh and flavorful as well, but nothing to get excited about. The homemade pastas were a lot more exciting however. I loved the gnochi and the ragout on the papardelle was outstanding.
Mains were decent, but less exciting. We had the crispy chicken and the veal chop milanese and both were alright, but nothing I would miss if I never had again. And desserts were ordinary but good.
I look forward to my next visit to try some other things - maybe the pizza...