AIPIM IS NOW CLOSED BUT THE CHEF HAS REOPENED A NEW SPOT IN SAN TELMO: CHOCHÁN
Relatively new to the Palermo Soho restaurant scene, Aipim is one of those special gems where everything on the menu looks like something you’d want to order. All the factors that make a restaurant great are there: attentive service, a keen eye on presentation, and of course, banging food. It’s the type of place where you instantly feel welcome, treated by the owner like a regular, and begin planning your next visit before you have even finished your meal. Open for dinner four days per week, and midday only one, I brunched it up Domingo-style with an impressively elaborate six course meal.