Zero Otto Nove, New York, Sepember 2011.

It’s an Italian restaurantin midtown, the newly opened branch of a Bronx success. The decor was unabashedly fake Italian, the staff very brisk, and the food absolutely fabulous. I don’t know how some Italian chefs in the New World manage this, it’s a bit like Nook in Vancouver, but everything just tasted great. I had beautiful soft roasted baby lamb which had been slow cooked with peas done like lentils. Robin’s pasta was dazzling. Overall 8.5.

About John Sloan

John Sloan is a senior academic physician in the Department of Family Practice at the University of British Columbia, and has spent most of his 30 years' practice caring for the frail elderly in Vancouver. He is the author of "A Bitter Pill: How the Medical System is Failing the Elderly", published in 2009 by Greystone Books. His innovative primary care practice for the frail elderly has been adopted by Vancouver Coastal Health and is expanding. Dr. Sloan lectures throughout North America on care of the elderly.
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