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Hidden, undiscovered, in Little Italy is Saigon Vietnamese Sandwich Deli. This little establishment churns out fresh and delicious rolls with stalks of cilantro, cucumber and carrot to compliment to pickled turnip, house-made pate – or whatever it is you decide to dine on. May i suggest the house special and no breakfast… they’re a decent … Continue reading
I’ve tried the fried chicken at The Redhead and over the Bridge at Brooklyn Bowls (catered by Blue Ribbon), but to date, my favorite experience has been at Peels, in East Village. I thought i would struggle to draw separation – it’s just chicken, fried – but there was a distinctly better flavor from the … Continue reading
Walter Foods has a cosy gastropub feel, located on Grand Street in Brooklyn. While i have only been for a Sunday brunch, i would love to return to try out the raw bar! Walter Foods 253 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY
These Magnolia Bakery breakfast muffins are delicious with fat chunks of apple, cranberries and nuts laced throughout! I recommend you try one next time you’re all cupcake’d out! If you are not familiar with Magnolia Bakery (and therefore are not an avid Sex In The City viewer), check out this post for some background! Magnolia Bakery … Continue reading
Co. short for Company, is one of those great pizza places that you keep going back to, to order the same thing. I’ve been numerous times and tried plenty of pizza’s on the menu. My favorite was a time they had a special with asparagus, parmesan, quail eggs and truffle. A friend of mine also filled me … Continue reading
My mum is visiting from Sydney at the moment which means that i have been eating like a king for 2 weeks! It’s brilliant, we’ve been to Betal (for restaurant week), Co. for amazing pizza, and today we had a delicious lunch at ABC Kitchen – located in the ABC Carpet and Home store. The … Continue reading
A photo diary of the Jean-George Perry St restaurant.
This place is great on a hangover (i.e. New Years Day, when we visited), plus they have TV’s if there is a game playing. But best of all, they do awesome shakes! Don’t try and be healthy – fried vegetables is not going to soften the blow of a big night out. Mmmm… fries! Then bring … Continue reading
Good coffee and good a brunch are typically not found together in NYC. You either get the chef or the barista, not both… unless it’s Tipsy Parson. Tipsy Parson, on my first and only visit, became one of my favorite brunch places in New York because the menu was delicious and the coffee on par. … Continue reading