Cobble Hill

Saint Julivert, Cobble Hill seafood restaurant, is all the rage

November 27, 2018 By Raanan Geberer Brooklyn Daily Eagle
264 Clinton St. Image © 2018 Google Maps photo
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Saint Julivert Fisherie, a seafood restaurant that opened in Cobble Hill in September, has a “commitment to exceptional seafood” and draws upon several culinary traditions, The New York Times said in a review.

The restaurant, the Times said, “occupies a niche between a casual raw bar and a full-on seafood restaurant.”

Dishes singled out for praise by the Times include skate wing, which is “sautéed to a golden shimmer;” mackerel, which is “whipped with piri-piri child into a rough, spicy spread;” and crispy tuna bake, which has “some Indian ingredients and a finishing spritz of Texas hot sauce.”

The restaurant, owned by chefs Alex Raij and Eder Montero, is located at 264 Clinton St.

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