Let’s just start out by saying that it’s not easy to get dim sum without MSG… and some might argue that you aren’t truly eating dim sum if it doesn’t have some monosodium glutamate in it.
Chicken wings are probably one of the most common, if not the most common, bar food. Long chicken wing story short, I’ve been eating a lot of wings lately and find myself wondering how many calories each tiny chicken arm has.
The latest addition to David Chang’s New York Momofuku empire debuted in the East Village two months ago to the hype you’d expect.
With each new bank branch and fast franchise that opened on East 14th the last two years, the Kennedy Fried Chicken outpost felt more and more out of place in the East Village.
In a past post, I discussed the #1 cheap eat option in New York City: Pizza.
I’ve been to Boka now 3-4 times and everytime I’ve been to the Korean restaurant on St. Marks between 2nd and 3rd Avenue, I’ve always ordered their fried chicken wings/drumsticks.
Like my post about how long is Spam good for opened and refrigerated, I came across another very specific food situation that I needed the internet’s help with.
It’s been a year since I moved into the East Village and in those 12 or so months, I’ve come across some really great restaurants.
After spending a long, rough day traveling… I’m thankful that the Halal Guys were open at 11pm (2nd/14th) on Thanksgiving.