At Patrizia’s Pizza and Pasta, I decided to satisfy my pasta cravings. Ordered the pesto Gnocchi that lacked salt. Good looking plate though, very heavy resulting in me taking in more than half of it home.
Brunch is a part of Manhattan culture, don’t defy it. Be part of it. And then go to Vic’s in NoHo. Found and reserved by my friend, Vic’s has a refreshing sunlit section in addition to a regular seating area. And the food, well, it’s fantastic.
I was on the Keto diet. Then I visited Chicago and Keto was no more part of my diet. Because once we got through part 1, my friend took me to a bar that had 10-15 different variations of grilled cheeses. How can one be on a diet around a grilled cheese sandwich. This was…
Chicago brunch can and does match up with Manhattan. And no, I’m not delusional, here’s why:
The past couple of months, I’ve been visiting Chicago and a fellow vegetarian took me to some of the best vegetarian foods across Chicago. It has been amazing. Chicago food scene is fantastic. Here’s part 1 of 4. The best fries: At Pops for Champagne or The Watershed are the best damn fries you’ll eat. Both…
This was a fun dinner. At the restaurant that replaced a Parsi-focused, vegetarian options lacking, Paowalla (guy who has bread), The Bombay Bread Bar is a refreshing twist on urban and contemporary Indian food. Definitely a revisit / must-go restaurant near SoHo’s famous shopping area.
Quattro in Bombay should be an annual pilgrimage The food is that good. The presentation is spectacular. Nothing else matters. And its sister restaurant is equally fantastic. The name’s Italian but food served is Italian and Mexican. Quattro is the second vegetarian restaurant by the brains behind SpiceKlub, another modernist Indian vegetarian restaurant in Bombay.