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Quatorze bis

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by PlatinumHairedWaiter 21 years ago

I'd like to hear what you have to say about Quatorze bis...on East 79th Street. Any takers?

Huntington-area Asian or brewpubs?

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by Elizabeth 21 years ago

Can anyone recommend any chowhound-friendly, non-formal restaurants in the Huntington (Long Island) vicinity? We're especially interested in Asian cuisines or brewpubs of note. Thanks.

child friendly places

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by JBerg 21 years ago

My wife and I are taking our 2 1/2 yr old daughter to the Radio city XMAS show on a Friday in December. We are going to an afternoon matinee and would like to grab a bite afterwards. Any suggestio...

good pre-theatre restaurant

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by bernardette 21 years ago

Not Carmines please. Perhaps Italian - moderate - fun - interesting- etc.etc.etc.

Hiyashi Chuka

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by mary 21 years ago

Where in Manhattan, besides Menchenko Tei, can I find this cold Lapanese soup?

In response to Bice In West Orange, New Jersey

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by Zachary Martinez 21 years ago

My experience at Bice was very enjoyable, not only was the steak excellent, but the atmosphere was charming and vibrant(indoor and outdoor seeting). The immaculate upstairs consisted of a second ba...

Squid Ink

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by Liza 21 years ago

Anyone know where to get real squid ink in NYC?

Beana's Mexican Restaurant, Rte. 35, Rahway, NJ

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by Deborah 21 years ago

My husband and I had the displeasure of eating at Beana's about 9 months ago. Unless they've changed their chef in that time, the food is below mediocre. The food is so far from authentic that "S...

Red Pepper Soup

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by Alan Divack 21 years ago

It's takeout from Fairway (Uptown), believe it or not. Well, maybe not THE best, but pretty damn good. Smokey, but not so smokey that it is like car exhaust, full flavored and nicely textured. I ...

Great eats in Quebec City

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by Alex Ray 21 years ago

I recently returned from a trip to Montreal and Quebec City and would like to recommend two little bistros in Quebec City enthusiastically. Both are located in the Lower City on Rue St. Paul. One i...

Firenze

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by David A. 21 years ago

Anyone eaten at Firenze on 83rd and 2nd recently? It used to be my favorite place but I haven't been in a while.

Mexican in Sunset Park

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by Rick Elkins 21 years ago

We were exploring Sunset Park last weekend when we found a little Mexican cafe that we wondered if anybody else here had tried. It's called Rico's and its on 51st street just around the corner from...

cheeks

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by Eileen Daspin 21 years ago

I am a reporter with the Wall Street Journal, working on a story about the popularity of cheeks -- beef cheeks, fish cheeks, pork cheeks, veal cheeks, etc. I was looking not only for restaurants...

Mexico Buns

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by Kate 21 years ago

I know this isn't the real name for these "buns," which are a staple at so many dim sum houses. I'm not sure what the correct name is, but the best Mexico buns I've ever had were at 20 Mott, prior ...

Where to eat on Dad's 80th Birthday?

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by christina z 21 years ago

Dad will be 80 on October 26th and I plan to take him, my mom and brother out to dinner. Need some expert Flushing-Queens area advice on a suitable place. We'll be going by car (walking is a chor...

Eating in Salamanca

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by Peter Binkow 21 years ago

I have a good friend in Salamanca, Spain for a few weeks. He is fairly adventurous, enjoys eating in all types of settings (prefers not too touristy places) and also has money. I don't see anythi...

Christos Hasapa-Taverna in Astoria

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by Chris E. 21 years ago

Friends and I were looking for a place to eat steak the other night, and based on recommendations on this board, we gave Christos a try. We had a great meal there, and so I'm back to thank the tips...

Ecuadorian near Grant's tomb

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by Alan Divack 21 years ago

Weekend afternoons Ecuadorians congregate north of the dolphin playground north of Grant's Tomb for volleyball and eating. A woman sells plates of food for about $5. We had nice rice and beans, d...

Miso Soba Yaki

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by Elena 21 years ago

I ate Miso Soba Yaki at Soba Ya on East 9th Street. It was served as a paste on a wooden spoon. I think I liked it. What exactly is it? And where else can I get it?

The Best Farm Stand

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by Barb. H. 21 years ago

Last summer we discovered First Farm, just outside the town of Rangeley Lakes in central Maine. From the moment we drove up, we were just astounded. The flower garden was brilliant and the old...

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