6 years ago
One of the Japan Pavilion's stranger offerings: Akihabara canned bread. Conventions involving food always bring both moochers and industry types out of the woodwork. This year's International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York, held at the ...
6 years ago | Snacks
Located on the second floor of the Flushing Mall, Malaysian grocer Old Town and its staggering array of Strange Snacks never ceases to amaze. First it was Chewing Gum of the Orientals. Recently discovered amongst a shelf of other confections: Wife...
7 years ago
Like many kindred establishments in the East Village, the subterranean Izakaya Hagi, located in Times Square next to Hawaiian Tropic, has a menu filled with yakitori and other Japanese pub grub. The real standouts, however, are often found on the ...
7 years ago | Food News
Add another course to the clean-living regimen otherwise known as the Fork in the Road Diet: Goldie's Brooklyn Beef Tallow Soap. In a true Brooklyn locavore (or should that be "lavavore"?) spirit, the handmade soap is a joint effort between Robert...
Xi'an Famous Foods Brings Spicy and Tingly Lamb Face to East Broadway. Anthony Bourdain Will Rejoice.7 years ago | Food News
Anchored by cavernous dim sum hall 88 Palace, 88 East Broadway -- a collection of small shops and a mall at the foot of the Manhattan Bridge -- has been a destination for the city's adventurous eaters for more than a decade. Now there's another re...
7 years ago | Snacks
In addition to a full complement of Southeast Asian ingredients (fish sauce, noodles, curry pastes, sambals, etc.) Malaysian grocer Old Town on the second floor of the Flushing Mall has its share of strange snacks. Amid a rack containing durian ca...