Misi is an Italian joint in Williamsburg that serves up some great pasta and an even better porterhouse steak.
Cocktails are really nice, like this negroni sour:
For starters, we did the whipped ricotta with roasted peppers, and the baby artichokes. Both were light and refreshing, but if I had to choose a favorite it would be the artichokes.
Next up was the pasta. We did a lamb ragu citarra as well as a brown butter tortelli stuffed with spinach and ricotta. Normally, I would gravitate toward that lamb ragu, but the tortelli were the winner between the two excellent pastas.
The dry aged porterhouse was awesome.
It was cooked to a nice medium rare and dusted with fennel pollen and rosemary.
The seasoning on it was definitely in the cumin/curry wheelhouse, which was a really nice change of pace.
It came with a side of giganto beans that were really bright and flavorful. Perfectly cooked.
But this steak was an easy 8/10, and I would definitely come back again to try more of the menu.
329 Kent Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11249