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My friends on the Taiwanese New Year Festival Committee in Flushing just passed the Parade route on to me and I thought I'd pass it on. This year it's on Saturday, January 24th from 11:00 to 2:00p...
I'm about to join an informal food club that will infrequently be going to fancy restaurants.
I wonder which big-deal restaurants in Manhattan are chowhounds most fond of. Although I've admired ...
A radio newscast (WQXR, 9am Saturday) mentioned
that 13 among 20 of the poshest eateries favored
by chi-chi reviewers and celebrities were
inspected by the Board of Health and found to
My buddy Atiq ( the waki paki ) just brought to my desk
a container of saveeyan. A traditional dish eaten on
the first day after fasting through Ramadhan, (
Eid-Ul-Fitar )Sort of like a rice pud...
Has anybody been to Congee Village? Any recommendations,
good non-congee items, etc?
We had lunch at Bo: better and expecting a new
menu soon. The only Korean restaurant to have
home cooking. The beef ribs seem like Jewish
potted ribs. Going back for more tomorrow.
So far, my favorite chicken sate is at Nyonya, on Grand
St. accross from Ferrara's of all places. (I don't
care as much for their beef sate though.) It is juicy,
smokey, and fragrant, and the s...
WoW!! Mon Jin Lau is simply incredible. You'll find it
on 15 mile rd at Stephenson Hwy (Troy, I think). The
food is sort of a hodge podge of Asian meets French;
it's a bit pricey, but worth it. ...
Two things you'll want to try at Szechuan Gardens (15
mile rd. at Coolidge in Troy) are the Cold Noodle and
the Szechuan Wontons. I've often traveled WAY out of my
way to order just these.
These can be found at a little lunch counter in
Ferndale (9 mile just west of Woodward, south side of
the street) called China Ruby. Actually, the food here
is great and you'll see if you stop i...
My friend and I are coming to New York from London in the UK for a shopping trip. We want to visit some really nice restaurants (not to expensive) with a lot of atmosphere (basically lots of fun!)...
Jim gets a thinly disguised mention in Corby Kummer's
review of Anya von Bremzen's new latin cookbook,
Fiesta, for sleuthing out a Columbian lady who sells
areapas (cornmeal and cheese flatbread...
My girlfriend's mother, who is from Taiwan, is
visiting tomorrow. Can I get some recommendations for
a great Taiwanese place in Flushing? Thanks,
I ate at Pampa last nigght, and it was very good. This
is the new argentine restaurant at 768 amsterdam (97th
-98th) that has been written up briefly in a number of
places. We had the mixed gr...
I'm going to be visiting Silver City, New Mexico (not far from Las Cruces) in a couple of weeks...I'm not going to be overly ambitious about this, but does anyone know anything remotely edible with...
I'm going to SE Asia next week (destination Thailand)
and have heard that wonderful chow is sold by street
vendors. Is it generally safe to sample food
from these sources? My trip will be very
Am I the only one that it bothers when she completely pans a restaraunt...yet it still gets a star? I haven't eaten there, don't know the place, don't want to defend or comdemn it--but the review ...
Who serves up the best Guinness pint in town? I've heard Paddy O'Reilly's (on 2nd? 3rd?) is a contender.
(Guinness, while not strictly a food item, is touted as a meal. But . . .should we have ...
Hello New York ChowHounds!
I will be in Manhattan for 6 nights in two weeks. This
will be my 2nd trip to the big apple. Although, I am a
native of SanFrancisco, California, New York City is
This picks up from the Guinness thread . . . didn't want the re:re:re to cause anyone to think for a moment that we were tapping out over there, yet.
Food is puh-lenty to cover on this appetizin...
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