I can’t have enough of Indian Accent in NYC. It is by far my favorite restaurant. Delicious Indian flavors in very impressive, extremely Instagram-able plating, you are bound to have a memorable experience. Here are some new plates I tired earlier this year:
The benefit of having friends with expensive tastes is that you get to attend their birthdays at expensive restaurants and eat some decedent food.
I’m always on the look out for quick to make food using a bunch of random ingredients in my refrigerator. Here’s a cheese and veggie slice that looks nice & tasted great.
Momos are dumplings. They’re known as Momos up in the Himalayan region and around Nepal. Why? I’ve never asked anyone that question and it doesn’t really matter because when you’re served momos, you have 1 job to do – eat them. They’re good.
There’s something special about fusion foods. It’s about exposure to more than one culture, it’s about creatively being able to mix staples from different regions of the world. It’s about a familiarity and an excitement of the unknown. It’s all of these coming together in one plate. The Dosa Waffle at chef Viraj Borkar’s Inday is…
I stumbled across Trapizzino as a new fast casual Italian restaurant and was excited to try it. Italian is a safe bet for me as a vegetarian. And with Trapizzino’s unique serving in a fresh bread scone-like pocket, it had to be tried. Tried, I did. Not going back. The food just tasted bad.
It took me a while to like hummus and once I started liking it, I can’t have enough of it. I had some cans of garbanzo beans and thought of making it. Here’s the result:
Colorful looking plate of passable vegetarian Mexican tacos. Fun sauces though! Restaurant: Óxido
Pomegranate Cafe in Phoenix Arizona. Vegan restaurant which was surprisingly fun! But whatever the main mix was in these lettuce tacos was weird.
Who knew this could be a thing. But it is. And it is delicious. The sourness of the olives, the cheese, and it is fried. Restaurant: Boccone, NYC
Over the last 2 years I’ve started liking specific Asian food at very specific Asian restaurants, so I was willing to explore NYC K-town, little did I know that within the packed & crowded street will be a world of Asian street food that is delicious. An Asian food court with a variety of small…
It was a “let’s try a new restaurant” night and a friend suggested Sip Sak for some Turkish food. Since then, this is one of my favorites that I take people who want to try something new & different. There a lot of small plates and they’re all delicious. It’s a place you go with…