“Highly recommended. I practically licked the bowl.”

“For dinner, chef Dave Chicane at Food Studio offers up delicious, creative Asian-inspired cuisine in a clean white setting.” DVEIGHT

 
 

 
 
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imby (in my back yard) | september 2018

Hudson Food Studio Plans Expansion

“Dave Chicane, founder of Hudson’s cherished Food Studio, is relocating to the space at 746 Warren (formal the Crimson Sparrow), with seating up to 80 patrons, and another 30 in the spacious courtyard, which is undoubtedly one of the dreamiest outdoor dining spaces in town.

The state of the art kitchen and food preparation area will allow a more dramatic approach to Dave’s cooking, and enable him to expand Food Studio’s hours and book private dinners. He is planning to add 15 new employees to his 11 current staff.”

 
 

 
 
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SUITCASE MAGAZINE | 2018

Quitting the City: Exploring the hidden world of art in upstate New York

“If you’re looking for a more cost-conscious dinner, then Hudson Food Studio is the answer. The perennially packed restaurant offers a Vietnamese menu inspired by local ingredients sourced from nearby farms. Try their mouthwatering pork buns and their Berkshire pork baby back ribs. Come hungry and early - the generous portions here are no secret and most tables get snapped up by 7pm.”

 
 

 
 
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NYLON | june 2018

The NYLON guide to Hudson, NY: Where to stay, shop and eat

“Another popular Warren Street mainstay, Hudson Food Studio, offers local, sustainable and organic ingredients via modern Southeast Asian dishes like steamed pork belly buns, warm sesame noodles, sesame-crusted tofu and lemongrass caramel chicken.”

 
 

 
 
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DVEIGHT | spring 2018

“For dinner, chef Dave Chicane at Food Studio offers up delicious, creative Asian-inspired cuisine in a clean white setting ... Food Studio’s grapefruit and pea shoot salad, made with coconut oil and sriracha: Highly recommended. I practically licked the bowl.”

 
 

 
 
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THE NEW YORK TIMES | july 2016

Hudson, N.Y.: An Elegant Transformation
IF YOU GO: Where to Eat

“Hudson Food Studio, 610 Warren Street, 518-828-3459; hudsonfoodstudio.com. Southeast Asian fare created with local farms’ bounty. Spicy lump crab cakes, spicy chicken and rice noodles, and braised Chinese eggplant are indicative of the seasonal menu. About $75 for four dishes and wine,which amply serves two.”

 
 

 
 
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TIMES UNION | february 2016

Hudson Food Studio turns smallness into a virtue with vibrant Asian-themed dishes, lively vibe

”This farm commitment is symbiotic. Farm partners celebrated on the sidewalk chalkboard cooperatively plan in winter for coming-year crops. Even now, in February, a farm's abundance of parsnips, sweet potatoes or eggs makes its way onto the Food Studio's daily menus. When pea shoots can't be found, kale or bok choy may grace the ramen bowl. Parsnips are put to work in a cold appetizer where their honey-roasted sweetness clangs spectacularly over fragrant, tart lime yogurt and briny pickled beet ...”

 
 

 
 
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hv1 | october 2014

Hudson Food Studio specializes in superfresh Southeast Asian food

It doesn’t get any fresher and more local than this. With ingredients from down the road crafted unto dishes inspired from across the world, the one-and-a-half-year-old Hudson Food Studio is the only place to get quality Southeast Asian food for miles around… “My goal is to support local farmers,” says Chicane. From the Vietnamese mint to the pork belly, almost everything is locally sourced, he points out, from nine farms, most about five miles away.

 
 

 
 
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RURAL INTELLIGENCE | july 2013

Food Studio Adds to Hudson’s Happy Pancake of Restaurants

“Known in New England for cooking everything from haute French to Cuban, Chicane’s 30-year career was highlighted by five years as proprietor of Pearl Restaurant and Oyster Bar in Peterborough, New Hampshire. The Boston Globe wrote that his cuisine “makes a strong statement; his flavors are bold with generous use of herbs and spices and his presentations lean toward abundant portions but simple displays.”

 
 
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