Carabineros. California spot prawns. Every year, chefs seem to lust after a new crustacean. This year it’s langoustines, coveted for their delicate texture and sweet taste.
02 A Burgundy at La Paulée de New York
Given the fickle nature of Burgundy, collectors are often disappointed. But at New York City’s annual La Paulée Burgundy tasting, on March 3, happiness is virtually guaranteed. New this year is a dinner cohosted by Domaine de la Romanée-Conti and Domaine Bonneau du Martray, with vintages from the past three decades (danieljohnnes.com).
03 Good Fast-food Noodles
Wagamama, the hugely popular London-based Japanese noodle bar, is coming to Boston this spring with dishes like yaki soba—with egg, shrimp, sesame seeds, fried shallots and ginger (wagamama.com).