Seamus Mullen at Tertulia

Bio

Seamus Mullen is the chef/owner of El Colmado and Tertulia. He is an award-winning chef, restaurateur and cookbook author known for his inventive yet approachable Spanish cuisine.

Accolades

  • Nominee for Best Chef: New York City
    James Beard Foundation
  • Contestant
    The Next Iron Chef
  • Guest Judge
    Chopped
  • Author
    Hero Food: How Cooking with Delicious Things Can Make Us Feel Better
  • ChefsFeed Winner
    One of the Best Things to Eat in NYC

My Restaurants

Where I Eat

Behind the Scenes

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"Day 2, #chefscycle in the bag. It's so inspiring to see all these amazing people from our industry come together, adopting healthy habits, pushing themselves to limits they never thought possible all for the sole cause of ending childhood hunger in America. We're so close to reaching our goal of $2 Million and there's still time left to help us make it. Every dollar means 10 meals to a kid in need. Dig deep into your pocket to make a change, I can guarantee you that this courageous group of chefs is digging even deeper to ride our bikes 300 miles in 3 days. Link to donate is in my profile 👆🏽. #chefsonbikes #NoKidHungry"
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"Brunch in Napa @chrislyman's, cooking out of the book...perfect grub to get fueled up for some miles on the 🚲! #realfoodheals"
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Chef Seamus Mullen reviews  at post.venue.name
"Jumping in a 🚙to take a ✈️to ride a 🚲for @chefscycle to end childhood hunger in America. Before I go, making a nutrient dense, healthy lunch to go. I feel so fortunate to have access to healthy food, especially knowing that 1 in 6 kids in America face daily food insecurity. A little help goes a long way. By donating $1 you can provide 10 meals to child in need. In just a few days nearly 300 chefs are going to ride 300 miles on our bikes to make a difference. You can too by supporting us. Click on the link in my bio to donate. $1, $100, $1000....every little bit helps. #realfoodheals #chefscycle #NoKidHungry #apartmentstories #homecooking #60Waterpartner"
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From My Menu

Chef Wylie Dufresne reviews Pimientos de Padrón at Tertulia
$$$ | Spanish/Portuguese, | Wine Bar
West Village
1 Review
"These small green peppers are fried in olive oil and salted. Pimientos de Padrón are a Spanish classic, and Seamus Mullen nails them perfectly."
Chef Alfred Portale reviews Arroz a la plancha at Tertulia
$$$ | Spanish/Portuguese, | Wine Bar
West Village
3 Reviews
"One bite of this dish—made up of Calasparra rice, snails, wild mushrooms, celery, fennel, and Iberico ham—and you're instantly transported to Spain."
Chef Joey Campanaro reviews Paella de mariscos at Tertulia
$$$ | Spanish/Portuguese, | Wine Bar
West Village
1 Review
"Want to taste Spain? Go to Tertullia and order the paella de mariscos. The socarrat, or rice that sticks to the paellero, has the perfect texture and taste. I predict that this restaurant will continue to serve the best Spanish food outside of Spain. It’s a fun place, too."
Chef Alain Ducasse reviews Jamón ibérico de bellota at Tertulia
$$$ | Spanish/Portuguese, | Wine Bar
West Village
1 Review
"Manzanilla sherry paired with ibérico ham is the perfect way to start a meal off at Tertulia."
Chef Michael Anthony reviews Croquetas de jamón Ibérico at Tertulia
$$$ | Spanish/Portuguese, | Wine Bar
West Village
1 Review
"This is an addictive combination of ham that's crispy on the outside and oozing one of the most seductive flavors on the planet on the inside."
Chef Marco Canora reviews Iberico pork ribs at Tertulia
$$$ | Spanish/Portuguese, | Wine Bar
West Village
1 Review
"Simply put, the most delicious pork ribs I've wrapped my mouth around. They are cooked over an open fire, the way the cavemen used to do."

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