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Sea Urchin

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Non-japanese restaurants that serve sea urchin

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by andrew 17 years ago

Looking for non-sushi sea urchin (ie with pasta) in NYC. Anyone have any leads? Sandro's on 9th Ave used to have urchin ravioli, but they seem to have closed. I would prefer cooked (Had the real de...

Oysters, sea urchin, and other raw briny things...

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by Porthos 18 years ago

My friend and I have gotten a craving for raw oysters and sea urchin again. We usually go to Blue Ribbon because we're able to get both in the same setting. We'd like to try some place new but ne...

sea urchins

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by mimi taylor 18 years ago

I bought them one time in the north end but that seafood shop is no longer the same. The sons run it now, it is smaller, no longer on the corner. Fresh sea urchins anywhere??(to serve in there shells)

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