Food + Wine

Winter Comfort Food

by Jane and Michael Stern

NEW YORK: Matzoh Ball Soup

Chicken soup is known as Jewish penicillin for its curative powers; add a matzoh ball or two, and you have a wonder drug. Just sniffing the rich yellow broth of Café Edison's version is guaranteed to make anyone feel hale and hearty. The big soft spheres of matzoh fall apart when you go at them with a spoon, making little dumplings in the soup below. Known to its fans as the Polish Tea Room, Café Edison is a bastion of such other old-world pleasures as beet borscht and cheese blintzes. It is located in what was once the grand ballroom of the Edison Hotel (now somewhat faded)—a rich taste of neighborhood New York before Times Square was Disneyfied.

Café Edison
228 W. 47th Street
New York, New York
Tel: 212 840 5000

previous | next
16 of 20 | 1 ... 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | ... 20
Information may have changed since date of publication. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.

My Concierge.com

Advertisement

I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement to its User Agreement, Privacy Policy, and Mobile Terms and Conditions.

 
iPhone App:

Create personalized postcards out of your favorite travel photos!

Learn More ›
Subscribe to our free RSS feeds:

Get the latest destinations picks, hot hotel lists, travel deals and blog posts automatically added to your newsreader or your personalized homepage.

Learn More ›

Advertisement

Special Advertisement

Contests, Sweepstakes & Promotions