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Le Bernardin

by Barbara H, 22 years ago

I'm being taken to Le Bernardin for a celebratory lunch next week. This is an opportunity that just doesn't present itself to me very often and I don't want to waste it. Does anyone have any a...

Nyonya or Penang?

by Alan Divack 22 years ago

We have some visiting relatives who will be staying in Soho this weekend, and they want to go someplace exotic. We thought that we would bring them to Nyonya or Penang (the one on Elizabeth, no...

La Mela

by Alex 22 years ago

I am going to La Mela in Little Italy tongight and have a question to those who have been there. While the place serves rather good, homestyle Italian (much better than the rest of the Mulberry st...

Marseilles, France

by Allan Evans 22 years ago

Can anyone recommend a good local Marseilleise place for bouillabase and other regional dishes which does not charge Michelin prices? Hope to report back, as I'll be visiting a nearby port town...

Eatery near Noguchi Museum

by Maria Elena Schiffrin 22 years ago

Anyone know of a good eatery near Noguchi Museum (Vernon Blvd between 33rd Road and 10th St,Queens)? Blue Guide says Astoria is a 15 minute walk.

A Flushing Feast Part 2

by Lisa Antinore 22 years ago

Belgium’s pomme frites wrapped in newspaper- fashioned cones . Mexico City’s lime-bathed, chili-swathed, stuck-on-a-stick roasted corn on the cob. Italy’s steaming, salted chestnuts served in lit...

Atlanta Suggestions Please

by Lisa Antinore 22 years ago

Going to Atlanta for the Fourth of July weekend and wanted some ChowHound advice for the best breakfast/lunch/dinner/snack spots. Also any not-to-be-missed destinations or activities... Thanks a...

La Luncheonette report

by Jeremy Osner 22 years ago

My wife's being on a diet has put a crimp in my eating out lately; but last night I managed to slip off by myself for a quiet dinner at La Luncheonette, on 10th Ave. and 18th Street. The food ...

Montreal - mid priced

by Doug Millar 22 years ago

As a Torontonian, I am ashamed at how unfamiliar I am with Montreal and its restaurants. Everyone should make an effort to get there often. I will be weekending in La Belle Province later in O...

Best Jew Food - To Go!

by luscioustarshis 23 years ago

Okay, so it looks a bit skanky but trust me -- G&M on (41 Essex Street/254-5370) is the best place to get wonderful stuffed cabbage, noodle kugel, stuffed derma and carrot tzimmes. There's no place...

Restaurant Size/ USC

by Michele Fuchs 22 years ago

I am so surprised that you did not like Union Square Cafe. It happens to be one of my favorites! I am also confused by your problem with the size. I don't think it is a large restaurant. There a...

latino food - nassau-suffolk border

by Deborah Firestone 22 years ago

I am looking for any good Latino food in the area around nassau-suffolk border, preferably north shore. But if it's good, I'll travel. Thanks.

alley's end

by patricia 22 years ago

we had a surprisingly lovely dinner at alley's end recently. the restaurant itself is lovely, the service was thoughtful, and the food is above average - verges on inspired, portions are genero...

Best Sushi Places?

by Grace Toy 22 years ago

Hi, I was just wondering what everyone thought were the best sushi places in Manhattan...for cheap to moderately expensive prices... Thanks a lot, Grace Toy gtoy.com@juno.com

Tomoe Sushi Is Closed...

by Amy Tarshis 22 years ago

well, just until 7/8. Can anyone reccommend any other really worthwhile sushi spots in the NYU area or even East Village? I once heard of a place that was well known to be "the first sushi sp...

Main Course in New Paltz

by Jeremy Osner 22 years ago

The Main Course is a really good restaurant. It's located in a shopping center on Main Street, outside of the downtown area. The menu doesn't make great reading -- they go for the menu style of ...

Chinatown with kids, and special dinner

by b.g. 22 years ago

We're planning to take our children to Chinatown next Monday after a museum visit uptown. Are there any particular recommendations? They're not chow-mein and egg-drop eaters, but we're not wildly...

Brunch at Dock's

by Dan Sonenberg 22 years ago

As my posts have by now probably revealed, I'm a chowhound trapped on the Upper West Side--a fairly dire fate. The UWS brunch scene has always seemed to me to be near-catastrophic, with long li...

A great sandwich--La Piccola Cucina

by Dan Sonenberg 22 years ago

For an absolutely stunning sandwich, I recommend La Piccola Cucina, which is located on the east side of Broadway between 106th and 107th st. They use fresh, crusty Italian peasant bread and ha...

Indian in Jackson Heights

by Deborah Pastor 22 years ago

Last week, a friend and I made our first, long-overdue foray into Jackson Heights for Indian food. We went to the Jackson Diner, of course. It was very good: the palak paneer was velvety and rich...

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