Belotta @ 42: The Menu


I just got the new tapas menu over at Belotta, the new tapas restaurant that Anthony Goncalves is opening at 42 in the Ritz Carlton in White Plains. Items will look familiar to anyone who tried the opening menu at Peniche. Like the tortilla espanola, for example:


That photo and the ones below are from Peniche. The menu, after the jump.

The 411 on Belotta is coming. Til then: 1  Renaissance Square White Plains. 914-761-4242



(available until 10pm)

Bouquerones 5.50 White Anchovy, Cucumber, Bell Pepper

Tortilla Espanola 5. Traditional Potato & Egg Omelet

Pimentos Assados 4. Roasted Bell Peppers, Capers, Spanish Olives, Sherry

Hummus 5. Argon Oil, Zaatar, Black Olive Tapenade


Marmalada & Manchego 4. Quince Marmelada and Manchego, a Spanish Sheep’s Milk Cheese

Prusunto, Toledo & Arugula 5. Portuguese Ham, Spicy Cow/Sheep/Goat Cheese and B&W Arugula


Fermented Black Bean Cod 18. With Pickled Bok Choy and Soy Gloze

Chouriço Assado 13. Portuguese Sausage Flambéed Tableside


Creamsicle 10. Fig Newton 10.

Chocolate 8. Banana Yogurt 8.


Polvo Alla Plancha 15. Grilled Octopus, Fingerling Potato, Garlic & Herbs

Padrones 11. Blistered Padron Peppers, Course Sea Salt

Patatas Bravas 5. Crispy Potatoes & Spicy Sauce

Rissois de Camarao 10.5 Shrimp Empanadas, Saffron Aïoli

Bolos de Bacalhau 9.5 House-Cured Salt Cod Fritters, Garlic Aïoli

Gambas Piri Piri 10. Prawns in Hot Chili Sauce

Spicy Chicken Wings in Piri Piri 7. With Blue Cheese, Carrots & Celery

Febras (Bifana) 9. Baby Pork Bocadillos

Prego 9. Ground Sirloin & Chouriço, Cabrales Blue, Spicy Ketchup

Dedo Queimado 16. Torched Baby Lamb Chop


Bitoque 13. Skirt Steak, Organic Egg, Toasted Country Bread


Beef Cheek 9. With Romesco

Spinach 7. With Pine Nuts & Raisins

Foie Gras & Marmelada 17.


About Author

Liz Johnson is content strategist for The Journal News and, and the founding editor of lohudfood, formerly know as Small Bites. As food editor, she won awards from the New York News Publishers Association, the Association of Food Journalists and the Associated Press. She lives in Nyack with her husband and daughter on a tiny suburban lot they call their farm — with fruit trees, an herb garden, and a yardful of lettuce, tomatoes, onions, shallots, cucumbers, zucchini, radishes, cabbage, peppers, Brussels sprouts and carrots and four big blueberry bushes.

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