Does anyone know of a spot in/near the Flatiron district that serves congee (preferably open for breakfast)? I was thinking there might be some spots for juk in Koreatown, but I am not really familiar with the restaurants around there. Would be happy to hear some recomendations for around there as well, and again, open for breakfast would be preferable. Thanks in advance
I'm trying to hit up some restaurants for lunch that may normally be out of my price range for dinner. It seems like a ton of top restaurants have great deals now for lunch - I'm lazy and hoping to compile a list of suggestions in one place, so anyone have any ideas? (and menu recommendations)
I went to Sichuan Gourmet last night and attempted to order the hot pot and we were told they are no longer serving it, and may only start again in a few months, if that... does anyone have any info on this, and can someone recomend a good place for hot pot (preferably sichuan) in manhattan, or do i need to trek out to flushing?
Hi - I'm looking for a good place for a weekday dinner around 50th and 7th ave. any suggestions? no Chinese/Japanese or Seafood - casual and not extremely expensive. any thoughts? thanks in advance
Does anyone know of any good lunch spots in/near the Flatiron district? Everything seems to be mediocre standard food - pizzas, sandwiches, burgers, standard greasy chinese. I feel like there must be some place nearby that has a good, tasty, unique lunch in the $5-$10 range. (forget shake shack - the burgers are good, but do not justify the wait). So far the best I could come up with is Great Burrito on 23rd, a few street-meat carts that are good, and the long hike to grand sichuan on 9th ave.
can anyone help?
Hi - does anyone have any suggestions on uses for sichuan peppercorns beyond chinese food? i love the flavor/numbing effect, but i can't seem to think of anything else it would go well with (though i'm sure there's a lot)
Does anyone know of a good authentic chinese place in/around the Flatiron area? Ideally I'm looking for a spot that has their roast meats hanging in the window. trying to avoid having to go to chinatown on my lunch break again...
I'm looking for a place to eat in SoHo thats a good for a group of 6 - relaxed with some vegetarian options. trying to stay in the $20-30 range pp (without alcohol)... not looking for chinese or italian. any suggestions? thanks!
Hi - I'm trying to locate curing salt/pink salt in new york city. every place i have found online charges ridiculous shipping fees for 8-16oz (about 4-5 times what the product itself costs) - does anyone know where I can find this in new york?
I heard the Grand Sichuan on 55th and 2nd closed down for Dept of Health reasons... can anyone shed some light on this?
this is probably one of the best dishes I have ever eaten - I've searched the internet to find a recipe, but nothing seems to even come close to how they make it as Grand Sichuan. Anyone out there know how they make this dish? I know there's a lot of sichuan peppercorns, but other than that, I've got nothing. Please help!
Please help - going to Amsterdam for a week and looking to try out some good places to eat and experience some good dutch cooking. Any thoughts/suggestions?
Suggestions on things to do other than the normal Amsterdam stuff of museums, "etc" are also welcome.
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