Shake Shack

3 new Brooklyn Locations ”Shake Shack”

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 shack stack burger – Cheeseburger and a ’Shroom Burger topped with lettuce, tomato and ShackSauce

OVERALL FOOD ATMOSPHERE PRICE
♥♥ ♥♥ $$1/2

http://www.shakeshack.com/

Brooklyn Location

Downtown Brooklyn
409 Fulton St., Brooklyn, NY 11201
DUMBO
1 Old Fulton Street , Brooklyn, NY 11201
Park Slope
170 Flatbush Avenue , Brooklyn, NY 11217

Manhattan Location

Flatiron
11 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10010
Battery Park City
215 Murray St., New York, NY 10282
Midtown East
49 Grand Central Terminal, Lower Level Dining Concourse, New York, NY 10017
Hell’s Kitchen
691 8th Ave., New York, NY 10036
Upper East Side
154 East 86th St. , New York, NY 10028
Upper West Side
366 Columbus Ave, New York, NY 10024
ShackBurger – Cheeseburger topped with lettuce, tomato and ShackSauce
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Cafe China

Cafe China

$10 lunch special  at”Cafe China” Michelin one star restaurant  

Lunch Specials (11:30 am – 3:00 pm Monday – Friday)

$9~$13

Lunch Special Served with:

(1) white or brown rice

(2) seaweed soup or hot and sour soup or spring roll

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Pan-fried Lamb with Scallion ♥♥♥

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Braised Fish with Tofu  ♥♥♥♥

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Ma Po Tofu ♥♥♥

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Kung Pao Chicken ♥♥♥

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hot and sour soup ♥♥♥

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Beef and green pepper ♥♥♥

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Double Cooked Pork ♥♥♥

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Three Pepper Chicken ♥♥♥

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Cafe China

Hakkasan

Fancy Chinese at ”Hakkasan”

 

crispy duck salad woth pomelo, pine nut and shallot ♥♥♥♥

Happy Birthday to my boy Peter a.k.a Pinkyotto CEO!!! Twelve of us celebrated his birthday at this fancy shmancy Chinese restaurant called Hakkasan near Times Square in midtown. There’s no fancy door on the outside. Then when you walk in it is like you are checking into a boutique hotel. This place’s decor doesn’t have the wow factor of other big Asian Fusion restaurants likeBuddakan or TAO. Maybe because it has a low ceiling and not the open space like other famous oriental restaurants. My photos are of all the dishes our group ordered from the prefix menu. My favorite dish, hands down, was the Crispy Duck Salad. It was very yummy! My second favorite dish was the Silver Cod. My food photos don’t have prices because, like I said, it was a prefix menu. My SuPa generous friend, Peter, treated us for most of the dinner and we all paid only $100 each. He is always such a gentleman to all his friends (^_^) Happy Birthday P ~ Thank you for dinner ~ Cheers

xoxo

OVERALL FOOD ATMOSPHERE PRICE
♥♥ ♥♥ ♥1/2 $$$$

 

Vintage black lace dress *\(^_^)/* Cutie Patroller is always enjoying dressing up for dinner ~

Sha Cha roasted silver cod with cloud ear mushroom ♥♥♥♥

Hkkasan steam dim sum platter – scallop shumai, har gau, prown and chinese chive dumpling, corn and chicken dumpling ♥♥♥1/2

       Salt and Pepper squid ♥♥1/2

Spicy prqwn with lily buld and almond ♥♥♥

Me & Kim Yumi Kim & birthday boy’s wife Jane *\(^_^)/*

 Stir-fly lotus root, asparagus and black peppe ♥♥♥

 Spring onion and egg fried rice ♥♥♥

Sweet and sour pork tenderloin with pomegranate ♥♥♥

  Crispy chicken in lemon sauce ♥♥♥

Coconut panna cotta – Rum-roasted pineapple, financier, pistachio gelato ♥♥♥1/2

sesame cremeux – Brookyn single origin chocolate & sesame cremeux, sesame florentine, yuzu ice cream ♥♥♥1/2

Yummy cocktails!!

Hakkasan New York

The Plaza Food Hall by Todd English

theplazafoodhall.com The Plaza, 1 West 59th Street

Sunday afternoon-Midtown patroling’s report is here! Located in the basement of the iconic Plaza Hotel, The Plaza Food Hall has 8 different counter stations, created by chef Todd English (he owns Fig & Olive and others). Each station prepares different foods including: seafood, sushi, dumplings, noodle, pizza, tapas, pasta, bakery, and a grill station…the great thing is that any place you sit, you can order food from all the menus (not like at Eataly); so sit anywhere, but I think the seafood station counter is the best seat, so I sat there and got an up close view of all the action! I had heard some of the popular dishes are the sliders, especially the Prime Rib Slider and Fig & Prosciutto Flat Bread. We started with wine and oysters, and I thought what a great value for a good sized seafood sampler at $35. The sliders and flat bread was very good too. One mistake was the Grilled Lobster, it was so small for $21 and not even tasteful (>_<)! Oh well…it was our first time here…next time I will definitely try the grilled whole fish (the couple next to me was having a Branzino that looked amazing). There were also many great salad choices like a yummy looking Mediterranean Salad. The crowd was a mix of Foodie- Downtown and Uptown neighborhood families to International hotel guests. I’ll definitely go back when I’m Uptown, it’s perfect for an after museum drink & tapas or a hearty dinner.

Overall Food Atmosphere Price
♥♥♥♥1/2 ♥♥♥♥   ♥♥♥ $$$1/2

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Grilled Lobster Salad new bay butter, mustard dressing, bibb lettuce, brioche $21 – 

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Seafood Platter Small 6 oysters, 6 clams, 2 shrimp, mussels, baccala salad $38♥♥♥♥          

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Te Sliders cheddar, lettuce, tomato, fried onion, sweet mustard relish $10♥♥♥♥                 

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Whole Grilled Branzino wild arugula, preserved lemon, garlic, shaved fennel $30 ♥♥♥1/2

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Italian Sausage sweet italian sausage, aged provolone, roasted tomato sauce, fennel confit $14 – ♥♥♥♥ 

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Spicy Squid Stir Fry squid ink noodles, shrimp, napa cabbage, red thai curry $18 ♥♥

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Spicy Tuna Roll ♥♥♥1/2

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Red oven pizza station

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me & Nam at Gari counter (^_^) Cheer~~~~

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the right side is a seafood counter station

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