Mark Simmons may not have won his season of "Top Chef," but he's doing just fine, at least judging by his Park Slope eatery. Simmons was born and raised in New Zealand, and he brings its flavors to this strip of Brooklyn. Expect moderately priced fare like Wagyu tartare from NZ with pickled cauliflower, egg yolk and crostini, and seared New Zealand snapper with fennel, tomato and chili sauce. It's not just his home country gets props—Simmons also pays homage to his family. The china closet that decorates the restaurant is a replica of one owned by his grandmother (awww). The cupboard in the dining room also contains many of the spices used in the dishes, so if you aren't familiar with the cuisine of this region, feel free to poke around. Just remember, he needs those spices to cook, so you probably shouldn't slip some into your bag.