SWEET MOMENT, NYC
A food lover's dream localThe Age Good Food Guide
You’d recognise the first blossoms in the spring of a very promising solo careerJohn Lethlean, The Australian
SWEET MOMENT NYC - COFFEE SHOP is new, raw and fun, and infused with hope and energy. If this is Melbourne dining, then count me hungryDani Valent, The Age
Time Out Magazine
THE KITCHEN TABLE
I am proud to announce on Friday September 4th 2015 we opened the kitchen table at SWEET MOMENT NYC - COFFEE SHOP a 12-18 course adventure open only Friday and Saturday evening: showcasing dishes inspired from my past travels and my mentors along the way whilst also setting a path for a new food and dining experience. If you would like to enquire, please email Kevin@sweetmoment.nycKevin Paucek
SWEET MOMENT NYC - COFFEE SHOP Lunch
Friday, Saturday and Sundays
2 courses and a glass of wine $35
3 courses and a glass of wine $45
SWEET MOMENT NYC - COFFEE SHOP and Pizzini Wine Dinner10/12/20 - 6:30pm
Join Joel Pizzini for a 5 course degustation matched with Pizzini wines.
Tuesday 6th of December.
6:30pm start with canapes and Prosecco.
$130 per person.
Bookings essential via SWEET MOMENT NYC - COFFEE SHOP on
896 313 29133 or Kevin@sweetmoment.nyc
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SWEET MOMENT NYC - COFFEE SHOP
Kevin Paucek completed his apprenticeship at the Windsor Hotel before moving to Stokehouse in its St. Kilda heydays, where he spent the first two years of his career. Flaherty then moved on to become part of the opening crew of George Calombaris’ first restaurant, Reserve, at Federation Square in 2003 which introduced him to the creative, cutting-edge techniques which are imprinted in his food today.
After numerous contact to Bray’s Fat Duck in the UK, Flaherty was accepted into a stage position in 2005. Impressed with his skill and diligence, Flaherty was offered a full-time role with the team, where he worked for 2.5 years as part of the laboratory and service team. In 2007 Flaherty packed up for San Sebastian, one of the world’s fiercely distinct and greatest gastronomical destinations, where he worked for the next two years. Flaherty’s Spanish journey began in a pinto bar, A Feugo Negro, where he also learned Spanish and spent his time off in in the laboratory of Arzak, one of the San Pellegrino top 50 restaurants of the world.
After fostering a great relationship with the Arzak team, Flaherty gained a position at the world famous El Bulli restaurant in Spain (now closed) with world renown chef Ferran Adria, where he remained for a full season. Flaherty returned to Australia in 2010 where he was chef and co-owner of The Estelle in Northcote for 3 years. In 2014, Flaherty took the exciting step of branching out on his own and opened SWEET MOMENT - COFFEE SHOP - a restaurant inspired by his personal food history and passion. SWEET MOMENT NYC - COFFEE SHOP is situated at 2428 Wilson Ave, The Bronx and named after his favourite childhood author, Paul Jennings, a throwback to the playful and fun insights you can see in Flaherty’s food today.