One of the best aspects of NYC is finding and eating at places that serve healthy, quick, colorful plates of food. Sliced checks all those 3 criteria. What makes this place better is that their menu entices you to come again and trying one of their other open sliced sandwiches. Here’s what I got on…
Norma in Kips Bay is now on my revisit list for their brick over pizzas.
This is part 2 of the Hemant Oberoi dinner experience. Here’s where things start getting much better. (Hemant Oberoi: Bombay’s Finest Fine Dining pt. 1) 6. Whipped polenta spheres with Pecorino
Part 1 of 2 (I’d like to thank the restaurant for emailing me the names of 10 menu items that we ordered because expensive restaurants don’t share their updated menus online.)
If you ever happen to be in Davenport Iowa, ask yourself what decisions got you there. Now that that’s out of the way, try the vegetarian meatloaf at the Woodfire Grill.
(Part 2 of 2: 3 Nights, 10 Southern Flavors pt. 1) Night 3: Tupelo Honey Cafe The third dinner only made our trip worth it. We ordered more than we should’ve but we went through it.
I’ve had spring rolls. Spring rolls are decent appetizers. You can’t fuck up spring rolls. But what you can do is, make them better. And that’s what Chocolate Spring Rolls at The Bao.
This is one of the plates of food that made me like Asian food. A simple spicy, oily, colorful looking cuisine is Mapo Tofu from the Sichuan province of China. Restaurant: The Bao, NYC
No seats to sit, no roof to stand under, the yells of people, the honks of cars, the overwhelming traffic noise, and this little stall offers one of Bombay’s most viral food plates. A warm dosa with vegetable stuffing that is topped with a lot of cheese:
At Tiqri – Taj Santacruz in Mumbai. Overall good food and terrible service. The Mexican Platter: Mini tacos: These were cute and were 1-bite fun snack Chips and salsa, sour cream, guac: Meh Mexican roll: The small triangular things between the tacos and the chips — another 1-bite and done snack which were fun Habanero…
2018 NYE was skydiving in Dubai. Coupled with a desert safari, lights show at the Burj, and walking around theme parks. Food wasn’t exactly on the 3 day 2 night trip agenda. I did not expect Marriott’s Lapita Resorts to have a lavish breakfast spread (like Marriotts in India), so I was pleasantly surprised that…
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: