The final full-service restaurant at Manhattan West has announced it will open its doors in early July, completing the bulk of the vision at the Brookfield Properties development on the Far West Side of Manhattan.
The restaurant will be called Hidden Leaf and is a pan-Asian concept that will bring together ingredients and dishes from southern China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam. It is located at 75 Manhattan West Plaza, which runs between Ninth and 10th avenues and West 31st and West 33rd streets.
This is the first Manhattan restaurant from Josh Cohen, the restaurateur behind Brooklyn’s Lilia, Chez Ma Tante and Saint Vitus. Cohen said he signed
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