On any given evening, Rebecca Chastenet de Géry writes, Zoot's cozy, warmly lit dining room fills with a cross-section of the city. Seated around the white-clothed tables you find young and old, dates and small groups, black-clad hipsters and the obvious "out of towners," all nodding in approval as they spear forkfuls of sautéed veal sweetbreads, roasted chicken, or seared duck.
"...fine-dining menus. There is an Orange Sesame Marinated Beef Satay With Fermented Black Bean Sauce ($7.95) on the appetizer..."
March 30, 2001 Food Feature