So we did it. We went there. It was great. I have to say it wasn't the best I have had but it was great. I think I loved just sitting there being cooked for more than anything. Of course of all nights we go, there were three things I wasn't that into eating but did anyhow. Veal tongue, sea urchin, and snail sausage. All were good though. They served a beef dish as the final dish and I was not a fan. Just didn't end well for me. The beef was souve and was super tough. Not even flavorful. So that was disappointing to me. The first thing we got was the best. It was some puffy biscuit with a lot of peppery butter. I wish they would give out a freaking menu because the chefs describe things so quietly and quickly I don't even remember half the stuff I ate. It was a great experience. None of the food blew me out of the water. I have had better at Takashi Chicago.
What is the best thing to get here?
Has anyone been to either of these places? If so are they good and which one is better? I am trying to find some reasonably priced places to eat while we are here next week.
So we are going out late for dinner monday night and wondered if there is anything fun to do around midnight around the East Village? We aren't clubbers or drinkers really. I know-lameos. Just wondering if anyone has any ideas.
So I have read many people say that Saam Bar is as good as Ko and that Ko just may be a little more refined. Should I just go to Saam Bar, or should I really just go all out and do Ko?
Has anyone been to Ko and is it really worth it? We actually were lucky enough to get reservations but I want to make sure it's worth the money we are about to spend and the time we will spend eating. Were you totally stuffed by the end? Were you served weird things you didn't want to eat? Please someone help me out here.
So I have been reading about how amazing this Lady M bakery is. It appears that they only sell whole cakes but I have ready people saying they had a slice of this or that. Do they serve individual slices there? I don't want to go to all of the trouble of going there if that is not the case. How is it?
Is going all the way out to Red Hook to Baked worth the trip? Is there a fast way from Grimaldis'? Really the fastest we have seen is by foot and that's about a 30 minute walk. I just want to make sure it's worth the effort of getting there.
Me and my husband are visiting from Chicago and have dined at many many good food establishments. What are some must eats in New York? We were there last summer and went to the usual suspects: Zabars, Carnegie Deli, Luppa, Momofuku Noodle Bar, Buddah Lounge. Just trying to find some ideas. It's so hard because there are so many places.
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