By grace.g.yang ยท March 21, 2010
Under: American,Dinner,East Village

After a fun day of biking and walking around the city, I went to S’Mac for dinner. The only savory dishes at S’Mac are macaroni and cheese, but there are about twelve different combinations, so you’re bound to find something that will interest you. If you don’t, there’s also the option to make your own macaroni and cheese combination (pick the meat, cheese, and other toppings). We decided to go with the sampler (eight different kinds of macaroni and cheese!) and an extra order of the Alpine since the sampler didn’t look that large.

Our sampler:


The sampler includes eight different types of macaroni and cheese – we referenced this sheet while eating:046

My favorites: La Mancha, which came with fresh fennel and manchego cheese and Alpine, which was gruyere cheese with slab bacon. The other macaroni and cheese flavors kind of melded together after I sampled all of them. The one flavor that really sticks out in my mind right now because it was SO terrible is the Parisienne (brie, figs, rosemary, and roasted shiitake mushrooms). The mushy figs and bits of elbow macaroni with cheese kind of grossed me out; the figs were sweet and definitely the most dominant flavor in the savory dish.

We also ordered the Alpine macaroni and cheese:


The Alpine was probably the best out of all the ones we tried, but was definitely not the best version of macaroni and cheese with bacon I’ve ever had. All of the macaroni and cheeses were a tad greasy and I definitely felt gross after finishing both macaroni and cheese dishes. I don’t think I’d return to S’Mac; the restaurant specializes in macaroni and cheese, but none of the ones I tried were special enough to order again.

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Reader Comments

Yummm. These dishes look sooo good.

Written By albert on March 22nd, 2010 @ 12:50 am


  1. Led Zeppole | gracenotes nyc  on March 23rd, 2010 @ 3:32 am

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