One of the things I enjoyed doing in New York, when exploring new restaurants, was finding spots with a bit of history... a background... a story. We found it in punches at Russ & Daughters. According to all the articles I can find about it, the store opened in 1914. Created by a Polish immigrant … Continue reading Russ and Daughters, a 102-year-old family business
An exploration of Chelsea Market in Manhattan ... just a few places to try! From coffee, to fresh seafood, crepes, doughnuts and a wine bar!
Chocolate + coffee = a bouncy, happy and very satisfied me. I had recently gone to USA as part of a press trip organized by Kohler, and apart from the press conferences and roundtable discussions the journalists were treated to...there was also a whole lot of food. One of the places that has firmly ensconced … Continue reading As I melted into little puddles of delight amidst a chocolate haze…
I love cheesecake. You know I do. You can feel it through every pore of this blog (see all my past cheesecake-related posts). So when I'd visited USA, I knew one thing I absolutely had to do was visit The Cheesecake Factory. I've heard a lot about this place from the lucky people who've gobbled … Continue reading Best @cheesecake one can hope for – The Cheesecake Factory
Pizza. I can honestly say I'd never really tasted REALLY GOOD pizza until I went to UK. I know now that pizza isn't the fast food variety...well, ideally it shouldn't be. It's like telling me we should sell crème brûlée in little styrofoam cups. And then, completely by chance, I heard of something called deep dish … Continue reading The pizza at @giordanospizza was so good, I spoke to it