Monthly Archives: April 2016
Tried ginko nuts at Hatsune for lunch. It had interesting texture.
The Cook is running a lunch set for 99 rmb which seems to be a pretty good value.
We had nice Sunday Brunch at Bull and Claw. The sequence of dish delivery was a bit confusing, but we eventually got everything we ordered.
We tried a new lunch menu at Table No 1. The salmon was very nice.
We went over to Yuxiang Kitchen at Himalayas Mall. The tea leave shrimp is a favorite and part of our usual order.
Still recovering from Ping Pong dim sum, we went to Acadiana for dinner. The food was a bit salty for my liking.
Got up early for a walk in the neighborhood before grabbing breakfast at Corner Bakery Cafe.
We got the weekend dim sum buffet and sampled all the main entrees too. Overall not bad. The green tea waffles were nice but the chicken was overcooked. The duck was a bit salty.
It doesn’t look like much from the street, but we gave Pho 88 a try for lunch. It was a nice and clean lunch.
We went to the Little Thai Kitchen in Greenwich. Not the best, but not bad for a small, fast place.
Hitting Thalia for a burger
We stopped over at Ocean Prime for dinner. The seafood was generally nice, but oysters could have been better.
We got squeezed on timing for lunch. So, we ran down to Hurley’s to grab a quick sit-down lunch. Nachos were decent.
While I was waiting for a meeting at NY Plaza, I got a nice view of the Statue of Liberty.
It has been a while since I ate on Easton Avenue. I have not tried Greek food in a long time. We tried Efes had a nice lunch on the second floor dining room. The food was nice and service … Continue reading
An’nam seems to dabble with a few different types of asian cuisine. It is not bad for a quick lunch.
We had a meeting over lunch at Cheesecake factory. The grilled pork chop and the chicken lettuce wraps were great.
I crossed over to Stamford to meet up former colleague at Dinosaur BBQ. The ribs are nicely done.
We had a couple of pies down at Bertucci in Woodbridge. Not a bad night. Bread was tasty.
After a workshop at John Hopkins, we had dinner at M&S Grill at inner harbor. The service was good, but the food was not the best. The fish was overcooked. The nachos and soup were not bad.
We had a family dinner at Old Man Rafferty. The food is not as good as it was in the past, but still decent for New Brunswick area. Good to see everyone before I head back to Shanghai
We hit Joe’s Crab Shack for a nice dinner. I liked the nachos and corn. Crab cake is decent too
We had a nice time the NY auto show. Last year seemed a bit more interactive for the kids, but it was still entertaining for them this year