Michelin’s cheap eats winners: the Brooklyn list

Buttermilk Channel, photo by Marie Viljoen

Buttermilk Channel, photo by Marie Viljoen

The white, fluffy tire-man of a food critic has made his picks, and next year, he’ll be saving like the rest of us. The 2010 Michelin Guide to New York City Restaurants went on sale Tuesday, and the new edition features a list of great NY cheap eats in addition to the usual high-quality star-rated destinations. The recession-themed  “Bib Gourmand” list includes 85 restaurants with the Michelin inspectors’ rating for good value (two courses and a glass of wine or dessert for $40 or less). Brooklyn naturally makes a great showing in the category, with 17 “value” spots from Bensonhurst to Williamsburg. Here’s the full list of Bib Gourmand-rated eateries in the borough.

Baci & Abbracci, 204 Grand St., 718-599-6599

Belleville, 330-332 5th St., 718-832-9777

Brooklyn Star, 33 Havemeyer St., 718-599-9899

Buttermilk Channel, 524 Court St., 718-852-8490

Char No. 4, 196 Smith St., 718-643-2106

Egg, 135 N. 5th St., 718-302-5151

Franny’s, 295 Flatbush Ave., 718-230-0221

The Good Fork, 391 Van Brunt St., 718-643-6636

Kif, 219 Dekalb Ave., 718-852-7273

Marlow & Sons, 81 Broadway, 718-384-1441

Mesa Coyoacan, 372 Graham Ave., 718-782-8171

Motorino, 319 Graham Ave., 718-599-8899

Prime Meats, 465 Court St., 718-254-0327

Rye, 247 S. 1st St., 718-218-8047

Sette Enoteca & Cucina, 207 Seventh Ave., 718-499-7767

Thomas Beisl, 25 Lafayette Ave., 718-222-5800

World Tong, 6202 18th Ave., 718-236-8118

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