French-New American bistro Secrets of Flight takes off in Port Washington.
The special appetizer of pulled-pork sliders, a very tasty trio to be shared at Secrets of Flight in Port Washington.
Secrets of Flight is at 170 Main St. in Port Washington.
At Secrets of Flight in Port Washington, the dining room almost glows under a pressed-metal ceiling.
Brandade de morue -- salt cod, potato, garlic and cream -- is on the menu at Secrets of Flight in Port Washington.
The roast chicken approaches mandatory at Secrets of Flight in Port Washington. The big bird is enhanced with hearty choucroute, or pickled cabbage, for a hint of Alsace, and stubby, deftly done fingerling potatoes.
A tender, gently smoky and meaty grilled limb of octopus, atop shaved fennel and boosted by Moroccan olives and orange supremes, comes together as an excellent Mediterranean mix at Secrets of Flight in Port Washington.
Chef Aleksander Betko's new restaurant Secrets of Flight in Port Washington serves French, Mediterranean and New American cuisines.