on a cheese plate with other thicker cut cured meats
The first bite is absolutely the best, I eat it first, while its hot. I also think the crust tastes better inside out.
@ephraim so you would probably hate this...
While it may be true that none of the ingredients are spectacular, something special happens when they all come together
No that is something else on main street
I was sad about the takoyaki leaving too!
I 100% agree with the salt and pepper squid, probably the best fried squid for the price.
I also love the hand drawn noodle soup in the corner.
Don't forget the pork burger at Temple Snacks!
What the takoyaki looked like there:
I love this stuff, so earthy and pretty and very inexpensive
Pisco is delicious. In Chile, everyone drinks it with Coke- piscola. They rock. Liquor stores will sell a bottle of Capel pisco and a liter of Coke for a few dollars. It is usually tourists who drink pisco sours. Capel is the standard brand you see every where. Los Artesenos is considered a little better quaility. And Alto del Carmen is when you want to get fancy with it. The degree you see on the bottle coorelats to the percentage of alcohol. 35% is standard, 40% is more potent.
yesyes yes yes love them!
the food cart on 33rd and 9th also serves eggs and chorizo sandwiches. yum!
Thanks again for pointing this place out, the flavors here are more subtle and refined than other places in the neighborhood. I loved that fern thing. You gotta try those sausages, really really good!
@ gusto I think Gala Manor has the best dim sum in Flushing
@gogo Isn't that dish peppers stuffed with shrimp paste?
Didn't think it was that spicy... The chicken was a little fatty, but the sauce was awesome, we took it home with us yummmmm
I dig it, nice find
pancake takoyaki is also the first thing that came into my head. what is it about that shape that is so irresistible?
The hash browns and stuffing look devine-omite!
I am sooooo jealous of your posse!
what are the good brands to get? I love them in sticky rice but never know which to purchase when on my own.
thanks! absolutely amazing, I will keep my eyes out for it! It does sound like a great thing to bring for lunch.
Sorry, I feel like I am missing something- it looks like you are just eating it out of the container- it doesn't require cooking? That would be awesome
how did you make it?
I royally ruined the soup with too much salt, don't make my mistake
YES there is nothing better. I think I got this love of international grocery stores from my mom. Its one of the ways to truly understand a country. All the hanging jamon in Spain- drool! Local produce always excites me as well.
I love Pizza Suprema. D'aiutos is all about the cheesecake, though I recently had some amazing rainbow cookies that were freshly baked. That corner holds all the classic american staples: pizza, cheesecake, hot dog venders, and burgers and fries (from the Burger Shack)