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"Semi"Soft shell Crabs?

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by Maggie Talisman 21 years ago

Is it my imagination or is the wrath of El-Niño had an adverse effect on the soft shells this year? I've tried them in a number of restaurants (among them couple of my favorite Japanese places th...

Best Greek Food in Astoria

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by Tom M 21 years ago

Been out here for almost a year and have eaten at most of the better-known places. Zenon, on 31st Avenue near 35th Street (?), definitely leads the pack. Simply top-notch. Don't be squeemish: tr...

stuffed jalapenos (a.k.a. poppers)

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by Tom Steele 21 years ago

Where in the burgeoning array of Manhattan restaurants can I find really good stuffed jalapenos--stuffed, that is, with jack (or other) cheese, egg-battered, and deep-fried? In the Midwest, whe...

Lespinasse & Po

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by Penelope 21 years ago

I am going to Lespinasse and Po next week, both for the first time. Does anyone have suggestions on great menu items, or is there anything I should avoid? Also,I'm interested in hearing about the d...

Korean Barbecue in Flushing ( Lisa, Alan ? )

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by John Knoesel 21 years ago

Since Cho Sun OK is history, I'm looking for a nice place to bring my chowhounds in training, Christine (11) & Jennifer (8), for some short ribs on the hibachi. They are both pretty adventurous ...

Hartsdale Garden

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by Josh 21 years ago

Riva & I can offer a new recommendation in central Westchester: Hartsdale Garden, in the Westchester Square on Central Ave., next to Service Merchandise. We've tried them twice recently, for dim-s...

Mott Street

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by Sandy Paik 21 years ago

I was walking up through the Little Italy part of Mott Street and stumbled across a new restaurant. I didn't try it, just peered into it and wondered. Has anyone experienced Mottsu yet? Thoug...

Looking for Romance

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by KP 21 years ago

I currently go to college in Boston and my girlfriend goes to Rutgers(New Brunswick) in NJ... I get to visit her every few months and so far we've only gone out to eat at local places. She's a ...

Les Halles

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by Jeremy Osner 21 years ago

For my birthday today I treated myself to an expensive lunch, at Les Halles on Park Ave. The mussels were excellent, and I enjoyed the pate (which I have never eaten before, so I can't really ra...

soft-shells

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by SDesimon 21 years ago

I'm looking to find some decent soft-shell crabs in Manhattan, but I don't want to pay the $25 they were charging at City Crab (yes, I know it's a hideous, T.G.I.F.-esque abomination, but I was ...

La (Le?) Soleil

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by Jeremy Osner 21 years ago

I ate dinner last night at a good Haitian restaurant on the Upper West Side, on Amsterdam and 57th. I had their stewed tongue; tongue is about my favorite meat and it makes me sad to think about...

Elwady in Astoria

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by Tom M 21 years ago

I see a lot of posts here about Kabab Cafe. Haven't been yet--was going there tonight on Sylvia Carter's/this site's recommendation, but forgot the name and ended up in Elwady (24-25 Steinway) i...

Richard's Place in St. Albans

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by Lisa Antinore 21 years ago

Everyone who I have talked to says it's "Amazing" with a capital "A" to the hundredth power. Nina Griscom and Alan what's-his-face of "Dining Around" actually made a maiden voyage out to Queens on...

Kam Sas Kak Retired

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by Lisa Antinore 21 years ago

The old favorite of Koreans long before Kum Gang San entered the picture has recently closed and a new Korean place has opened up in its place with hundreds of red-ribboned gift trees out front (do...

Vatan?

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by Alan Divack 21 years ago

I have heard decidedly mixed things about Vatan. Is it worth trying? In the summer of 1991, I went to its predecessor, Jhupdi, in Queens, two times. I had one of the best, and then one of ...

Casual NYC Picks

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by Sally O 21 years ago

Sharks Casual NYC Picks© Uptown/Midtown: € Divine Bar - Heavenly tapas, wine flights& microbrews set in slick midtown triplex @ 244 E. 51st. € Elaine's - Despite wretched Italian food, always a ...

Soup Kitchen International

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by allan evans 21 years ago

After finally recovering from bronchitis, I went and lined up, my first time, for soup at SKI. The 30 minute wait went by smoothly. Six varieties were offered - no Seafood or Lobster Bisque, as ...

Best of the best, Beef Wellington

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by Sandy Wells 21 years ago

When visiting our beautiful city....you must put some money aside and treat yourself to "Mr A's" and I highly recommend the Beef Wellington and Puff Potage. Outstanding. "Mr. A's" also has a m...

Two west midtown lunches: Han Bat and Dos Rancheros

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by Alan Divack 21 years ago

I was on West 36th st. for workshops for two days, and had some lunches worth reporting on. One day I went to Han Bat, a Korean place at around 55 W 36th St, and had excellent bibimbap. It had...

Soup Man Dances on Seinfeld's Grave

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by Jim Leff 21 years ago

Al Yeganeh, the Soup Man, plans a day of celebration this Thursday (the day of the final Seinfeld broadcast). All sorts of events are planned, from a cyberchat to a free soup giveaway (to regulars ...

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