@diearzte2 then you're missing out!
We have these on the east coast! Muddy buddies!!
@mschlock those are my go-to cookies too! and I use whatever cocoa I have, dutch or natural. They always turn out amazing.
Drakes coffee cake!!
BURRITO BOX. http://www.burritobox.com/burritobox.php
I think you are underestimating the laziness of the American public--see: Starbucks.
cinnamon snail is amazing!!! Parks outside my building every Wednesday and the line is insane
I think Roti Roll is only serious eats at 3 AM
Caution with Sinha--though he has a good selection, he is really rude. Don't let his sour attitude put you off of all the stuff he has.
Sarvana Bhavan has the WORST service. Makes the entire experience unpleasant. And ssp242, whoever told you that that's the service in South India, they're LYING. I've had some of the best service in South India. Sarvana Bhavan just sucks. Tiffinwala across the street has better dosas and better service.
The owners are definitely not Indian, and their upstairs market veers more towards Afghani/Persian foods. I really wouldn't call it an Indian market. South Asian would be a much more appropriate term.
Patton Oswalt and Minetta!!
But how is the coffee?! In this coffee wasteland, it's helpful to know where to get a decent latte
This, to me, sounds exactly how I always imagined the Wonka Bar would taste!
Love Buttered Popcorn!
oo I forgot about the parmesan peppercorn, I really like that one too...
curry ketchup forever!
curry ketchup forever
Don't know if Charm City has favorites, but I sure do!! I'm not sure how many of these you guys have covered yet, but these are the Indian places my family returns to often:
Chola (58th btw 2nd and 3rd)
Devi (Though not has much now that the chef has gone over to Tulsi)
Tiffanwala (better than Sarvana Bhavan! Plus the waiters are way less rude)
Chinese Mirch for some authentic Chinese-Indian
The best Chinese-Indian around is actually in Edison, called Ming.
I've had that sausage roll...it is delicious
ABV is a great new Harlem spot, though I haven't had the burger.
Love liver in any form! But another version no one's mentioned yet that is a favorite of mine is the traditional tuscan crostini preparation--it's got chicken liver,anchovies AND capers in it--how's that for polarizing?! A few times when I was living in Florence and ordered it, the waiter would stop and confirm that I knew I was ordering liver. A few times they were even visibly shocked that an American would knowingly eat something other than chicken breast or turkey!
This is my FAVORITE cereal it is so so delicious without being overly sugary.
yum anda bhurji is such comfort food to me. Best eaten with a slice of white bread as your utensil/roti/naan type.
I don't know if O Cafe was open then? But they have really really good hot chocolate that's not too heavy
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