M. Wells Dinette

22-25 Jackson Ave
Queens NY 11101
(718) 786-1800

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M. Wells Dinette at MOMA PS1 review - NYPOST.com
I never got to the original M. Wells in Long Island City. I’ll never know if it was worthy of its hype — or a hoax. But I’m skeptical about no-reservations places with...
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Excellent steak tartar! Good quality meat with the right touch of egg and mustard seeds
Elevine Berge
Loving lunch in the classroom-like environment, vibe is great. Seasonal dishes and fresh flavours. Burrata with basil, apple and celery was perfectly crisp, light and filling. And always an espresso.
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Kay Hwa Tan
Pork chop and short ribs are pretty damn good here. The setting is classroom - like so it's an interesting experience for a museum. Petanque in the summers is a plus!
jon ferrer
Quirky location, but the good is excellent. The oatmeal w foie gras is wonderful (unsurprising w the au pied du cochon connection), as are the terrines/headcheese Get the beef tartare as well.
Village Voice
Portions are designed for the hungry and the brave: Expect offal, blood, and other fatty odds and ends.
Village Voice
The rich comfort food of another era, heavy with animal fats and meaty reductions, is on display at M. Wells Dinette.
Save room for the pot pie and we promise you won't be disappointed.
Boris K
Foie gras oatmeal - are you kidding me? Gooaaaaaaaaaaaal
You can depend on this Motrealithic café to turn out food stunningly beautiful and stunningly delicious, with colorful flourishes worthy of a Mondrian or Kandinsky. [Eater 38 Member]
Nazary Nebeluk
Pretentious and overpriced for small portions. The menu is wild and some of the dishes might be worth trying but since it changes daily you can only hope. The staff was pretty unpleasant as well.
The New Yorker Manager
"M. Wells treats cuisine as high art." A gravlax tart...was outrageously delicious, as were oysters Bolognese
Sammy Goldfien
One of the best brunches I have ever had. Highly recommend the bone marrow and escargot tart.
Serious Eats
The new incarnation of the gonzo M. Wells, now a inside MoMA's PS1. French-Canadian and American diner classics meet foie gras with enormous, gratifying portions. Lunch only.
Time Out New York
This PS1 revival has the same over-the-top spirit as the spectacular Queens diner original. The menu, which changes daily, runs to veal brains, blood pudding and big, seared slabs of foie gras.
Adam Silver
Exquisitely underrated. Egg and tomato pot is salty, sweet, rich and comforting. Tortilla espanola is light and airy. Perfect for a lazy, dizzy Sunday afternoon contemplating post-post millennial art.
Mike Winston
The best bone marrow I've ever had in my life. Anywhere. Pure decadence.
The menu, chalked on a blackboard, changes daily, Taste: beef tartare sandwich, rabbit terrine, vegetable banh mi...A place that every food critic will check out. Chef and co-owner, Hugue Dufour
Tara Jepson
Beef tartare sandwich with miso mayo is spot on.
Noah Weiss
M. Wells reopens at MoMA PS1 with eats like escargot & marrow tarts, bibimbap w/ maple syrup & oysters, and caviar/ flower/ whipped butter sandwiches. --Thrillist
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