Westville serves American fare that is fresh, wholesome, and delicious. This comes sans the pretension of a West Coast foodie palate or the platitude fashion other wise known as only eating local. Rather, Westville is representative of the kind of simplicity that is aspired in cooking techniques but is never really captured.
This is where the restaurant’s Market Sides fit the bill. Culled locally and seasonally, vegetables take center stage as they are prepared to perfection. These aren’t the veggies you’ll hold your nose against eating as quickly as possible, rehashing the torture you may have endured as a child when force fed Brussel sprouts. Here they are rendered in mustard and are divinely sweet.
Fennel is served with parmesan and is perfectly licorice like in flavor, a result of just the right amount of roasting.
Chicken and salmon are highly favored at this bright and airy eatery. They are cooked and seasoned beautifully, particularly the salmon. Amidst a bed of dressed greens, the fish is artfully grilled, preserving a gorgeous hue and slightly cooked center.
210 W. 10th Street,
Between Bleecker and West 4th Street
New York, NY 10014
246 W. 18th Street,
Between 7th & 8th Avenues
New York, NY 10011
173 Avenue A,
Corner of 11th Street
New York, NY 10009