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Old Favorites -- Uglesich's, Galatoire's, and Mr. B's

by Dave Feldman 20 years ago

Had another fantastic food day. Although the thrill of discovery can't be beat, there is also something wonderful about finding that old favorites are still going strong. If there was a theme tod...

Metrazur (in Grand Central)

by Aaron 20 years ago

I had dinner at Metrazur, Charlie Palmer's new restaurant on the East Balcony of Grand Central, this past Friday. The atmosphere is very nice, and the crowd is "business casual" - not too many ti...

basil martini

by tom rivard 20 years ago

had a sublime basil martini in new york some years ago, i think at the grammercy tavern. can anyone confirm that they have such a drink; would anyone have the recipe for such a drink?

Late-Night Ceviche Bar

by Anthony Bourdain 20 years ago

It's what all chefs want, isn't it? After seventeen hours of toil, and maybe a few too many cocktails? Douglas Rodriguez's new Nuevo-Peruvian joint, CICAMA, on 18th Street, in the former COLINA spa...

Kobe Cravings

by Lisa Antinore 22 years ago

What's a girl to do? I'm taking a very special someone out for a carnivore-fest in NYC and kobe beef is his thang....The Old Homestead and Uncle Jacks in Bayside are two restaurants that come to m...

Mexican Comfort Food in Park Slope

by Barney Lehrer 20 years ago

I wandered into Calexico. 88 5th Ave. the other day and discovered basic, well-cooked Mexican comfort food. Nothing over $8, the best Coctel de Camarones north of Mexico City, chilquilas, mole pobl...

Bread Makers

by Steve Zang 20 years ago

What has been people's experience using bread makers? Are there certain features that are needed above the baseline model and are there certain brands that people have liked? And of course, how g...

Banchan...The Restaurant Already Exists

by Michael Yu 20 years ago

I am continually frustrated because my friends here in Korea refuse to contribute to this message board, although they really could make some meaningful contributions. For instance, I was floating...

Louisville Restaurants

by Stephen Hacker 20 years ago

Thought I'd add a little something about Louisville since it's getting close to Derby and some chowhounds may be coming for a visit. Plus, hardly any Louisville restaurant discussion here. I'll bri...

Crispy, Sweet & Sour Whole Fish -- Where are you!?

by josh 20 years ago

About ten years ago I used to go to a restaurant on East Broadway called Hang Zhou Lu (not sure of spelling). The restaurant closed awhile ago. They made a fantastic crispy, sweet and sour whole fi...


by Dorothy & Andrew 20 years ago

We finally got to Thalia last night after months of good intentions. The meal was good enough to warrant an enthusiastic post. Here goes... First, reservations were made spur of the moment, same da...

good soup!

by pat hammond 20 years ago

My two adult kids were home this weekend and we dropped into Pho Grand for lunch before going to the movies. This Vietnamese spot is the granddaddy of what has become a very widely accepted cuisin...


by Paul 20 years ago

I've mentioned this place in other posts so I will be brief. This casual fish eatery is a real "Jewel". Just got back from dinner. Had a cup of chowder…… which did need seasoning. Broiled Blu...

Indian food in Iselin, NJ

by Marilyn 20 years ago

Has anyone tried many of the Indian restaurants in this amazing stretch of Indian-owned businesses on and around Oaktree Rd.? We've gone at least 4 times to a great place called Swagath Gourmet, an...

Late eats in the Murry Hill area

by Sivan Lahat 20 years ago

I'm looking for late eats in the Murry Hill area. hamburger, pizza, indian, tapas, chinese.. whatever, the only requirement is yummy stuff available on weekdays after 11 p.m. Thanks Sivan.

Ho Yuen Ting?

by Justin Kerber 20 years ago

Does anyone know of what became of Ho Yuen Ting (which we affectionately called "Ho's" ) in Chinatown, across from the Ginza sushi place? it seems to have been closed for weeks. Do they have plan...

Where to eat in South Africa

by Peter James-Smith 20 years ago

If anyone is interested in non ersatz European Food and wants to taste the real thing just get in touch with me, tell me where you are heading for and I'll give you a quick run down of what to eat,...


by Betty 20 years ago

A friend in Gig Harbor emailed to say the first good meal she had in Seattle was at Etta's. She especially liked the clam chowder and the prawns (which she described as the size of her Westie's fro...


by Allan Evans 20 years ago

Peters (on Francis Lewis Boulevard) in Flushing is stocking good Italian cheese: they just began to offer a fresh triple-bypass/cream Tomme from Piemonte and less artisanal but excellent grade of R...

Rooftop/Terrace Grilling

by Tom Steele 20 years ago

What are the laws governing the use of charcoal or gas grills, hibachis, etc. to grill food on your (or your rented) apartment's terrace? Building rooftop? Specifically, what are the "smoke" laws c...

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