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Restaurant named Everett in Brooklyn Chinatown

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Restaurant named Everett in Brooklyn Chinatown

Isabel | Mar 19, 2006 10:48 AM

I went with friends to this place a couple of weeks ago, and was curious if anyone else has been there. It's bizarrely named "E.F.Everett" or something similar, and it's on the East side of 8th Avenue in the mid 50s. It was pretty good, I thought, with a huge and interesting menu.

We had amazing "Vietnamese style clams" which turned out to be delectably fried with bits of jalapeno and maybe cilantro, delicious pork dumplings, and a couple of other good dishes (sorry, it's been a couple of weeks and the details are getting fuzzy). The only thing that wasn't great was an anchovie/celery dish, which tasted a little off.

Anyway, it was mostly really good, and I had the sense that with the right order it could have been even better. Anyone else been there?

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