The New York restaurant serving the ultimate comfort food
What are your memories of your grandmother's cooking? Are there favourite family dishes that only she could make properly? For many of us meals made by grandma are particularly special - but would you pay to eat them in a restaurant? One New York eatery has found there are plenty of people willing to do just that. Its cast of nine Italian grandmothers - or 'nonnas' as they are known - take turns in the kitchen, making the recipes they learned at their grandmothers' knees. Laura Sheeter went to find out what's so special about grandma's cooking.