Once upon a time, Mas (farmhouse) was a thriving West Village restaurant from chef Galen Zamarra, which focused on seasonal ingredients sourced from small organic producers and farms. Created as a rural oasis in an urban world, this stylized "farmhouse" has been closed since July last year, when a fire torched the venue in the early hours of the morning. Luckily, the restaurant was empty, but the closure did leave a gaping hole in the dining community.
Chef Zamarra has since been working away to reopen the venue as soon as possible and finally, that day has come.
The fire caused devastating damage to restaurant and much work needed to be done to restore it. The work gave the owners the opportunity to update the decor and make bigger improvements, changing the layout of the kitchen.
But the space isn’t the only thing that has been updated: the food on offer has also undergone some changes and Mas (farmhouse) now serves a more refined menu, although some of the old favorites have remained.
Top quality served with comfort and charm.
Duck breast with beet and coconut puree