Gansevoort Market is a modern food hall located in the heart of Chelsea offering a wide array of food and drink establishments. You can find dishes from Asian, European, to American cuisines – you name it.
We started off with a cocktail from their main bar. From this location you get a great view of the surrounding food vendors and the beautifully sculpted indoor dining area. It almost feels like an enchanted forest with the indoor trees and lighting.
We started with a combo meal from Wing Club NYC. These Korean-spiced wings were crispy and meaty, but strangely enough the fries were some of my favorite. And I’m not even a french fry fan! This was the medium combo with 7 pcs of mixed strips/wings atop the tasty fries.
Then we tried the Spicy Salmon Poke bowl from Lulu Poke. According to the menu, it came with pickled daikon, red onion, seaweed salad, edamame, crab eat, microgreens, shredded nori, chili mayo, with gochujang sauce. Tasty, but wish there was more actual pieces of salmon.
Mission Ceviche, which is no longer located at Gansevoort but instead has a brick and mortar on the Upper East Side, focuses on fresh Peruvian recipes.
This was “The Favorite” ceviche – mix of shrimp, octopus, and fish with corn and sweet potato mouse. It looks like corn was actually hominy which was nice.
From the same ceviche spot we also got the “Peruvian Paella”. It was definitely one of the most interesting paellas I’ve had, and interestingly topped with peas, peppers, and parmesan cheese.
Even though the Gansevoort Market’s location isn’t far from that of Chelsea Market, I still recommend the laid back, trendy vibe found at Gansevoort. If you’re in the area long enough (and hungry enough!) I’d suggest both spots are worth stopping by.
Address: 353 W 14th St, New York, NY 10014