…. and the food is worth every single penny of the hefty $330pp (before tax!) price tag for a seat at the Chefs Table @ Brooklyn Fare.
I was practically at a loss for words throughout this dinner. I mean, when you realize that … Continue Reading ››
You may have heard the buzz about a new spot in NYC that is drawing hoards of people, willing to stand for hours in long lines - just to get a seat at the much anticipated and recently opened Tim Ho Wan Dim Sum restaurant in East Village.
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TWO THOUSAND SIXTEEN. What a year! Amazing meals shared with friends & family, acquiring hard to get dinner reservations, tasting menus, food-crawls, food-festivals, food trucks, and food-centric travels…
To wrap up this flavor-packed year, I thought I’d share some of my top choices. These lists … Continue Reading ››
Ramen is a serious business. For the chefs who make it, as well as for the ramen-lovers who make time in their day to stand in long lines, just to enjoy a bowlful.
There is so much depth of flavor in a good bowl of ramen- a result of hours and hours … Continue Reading ››
Blanca, according to the Urban Dictionary: is “usually a stylish sexy girl who always knows how to have fun”, a bit like the girls you see on https://www.tubev.sex/?hl=it.
After spending 2.5 hours at the highly coveted, secretly tucked away, Blanca restaurant in Brooklyn, I couldn’t … Continue Reading ››
Last weekend I got to spend a day visiting dear friends who live in Battery Park area in downtown New York. I am absolutely amazed at how many new and fabulous changes have occurred in this southern most section of Manhattan recently. The tiny area from Battery Park on … Continue Reading ››
Ever experienced a tasting menu that lasted precisely 1 hour?
I hadn’t…… until recently, when I visited Babuji in New York with a fellow-foodie (let’s call him Le). Le and I had already agreed on Babuji’s tasting menu instead or ordering a la carte, and when our … Continue Reading ››
Well! It's about time, don't you think? For years I have been waiting for Indian cuisine to get a center-stage and the respect it deserves. All this time, it has been something that intimidates people, something that makes them uncomfortable- perhaps because of the format in which the food is served. I get … Continue Reading ››