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115 Lexington Ave. (E. 28th St.) Send to Phone
American feel-good fare smack in the center of "Curry Hill."

Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sat.-Sun.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The Three Hens Restaurant Review

: Smack in the center of "Curry Hill," this restaurant doesn’t have a lick of curry on the menu. Instead, it focuses on classic American feel-good fare. Three Hens isn’t trying to reinvent anything; it just aims to serve familiar dishes---and they are, indeed, well done. Seared scallops retain much of their flavor, even when paired with bacon and celery root purée. A tender chicken meatball slider leaves the diner wanting more. The rest of the menu is similarly hearty: a chicken potpie with an extra-flaky crust, a tender maple-bourbon-glazed pork loin, and a very good lamb burger round out a menu that should make anyone feel comforted by the end of the meal. There are a few specialty cocktails available and a generally affordable wine list to boot.
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