You are currently faced with your hardest decision since that time you were at Sam’s Club and had to calculate the financial responsibility of investing in a two-gallon jug of Sriracha: Do you choose one of the tasting menu options at Partage or order from the menu? Thankfully, there’s no wrong answer at this French spot in Chinatown because the tasting menu is one of the best in the city, but we prefer the a la carte option if we’re with a group because there’s more flexibility when picking things to share with the table - like a 16oz Kurobuta pork chop prepared tableside. Whatever you do end up choosing, make sure you get either the wine pairing or something from their long wine list. It will help ease the anxiety of the decision, unlike when you were stuck figuring out what to do with all of that hot sauce.
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