Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Manton, Aug 26, 2012.
Kenka is probably the best Japanese and also one of the weirdest restaurants I have ever been to.
Maybe I just have different taste, I have not found a single good szechuan restaurant in NYC, a few mentioned (including the ones I mentioned) are passable to ok, but non are good or remotely close to great.
Saw Manton this morning on his ride to work.
Looks like he finally gave up on the MTA.
^ HoF post.
NYC is a little rough when it comes to Chinese food, but there is some passable stuff. Apparently the "great" stuff is out in Flushing, but nobody wants to travel to Flushing.
where NYC is really hurting is with Mexican food.
The mexican here is terrible. And I still dont understand how people can pay like 3 dollars for a taco and be ok with it....
Paris has awesome Chinese food.
Kind of sick of hearing New Yorkers (especially ones who are from the south originally) hating on mexican food. Honestly the difference between the best I have had and the worst isn't that large. I will say the best I have had is Mesa Coyacan in Williamsburg and I still never go out of my way for it.
Flushing has decent Cantonese, not other Chinese cuisine though.
it's nowhere close to LA though when it comes to awesome Mexican food. i gorged on that shit.
The cuisine, in general, I don't go out of my way for. It just gives me an immediate negative physical reaction. It is also caloric as hell.
day 2 of my BBQ binge
Awesome. God I love BBQ.
Banksy setup a booth in NYC over the weekend selling authentic, original signed Banksy canvases for $60. Only 3 people bought any. The pieces were valued at tens of thousands of dollars, I saw $200,000 being thrown around on other sites for the whole collection that was there.
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