Where or why did Fine Asian Cuisine Close or move? I need their Vietnamese egg rolls.
China Town's hairgel hot and sour soup is perfect! I have always loved the thicker consistency. China Town please never change your hot n sour soup!
I don't believe that much is organic. On their website, click on the "keeping it natural" tab under "about us." (http://larkburger.com/about-us/keeping-it-…) One of our grievances when we reviewed them last may (http://www.csindy.com/coloradosprings/high…) was that they served commercial meat, which felt a bit like greenwashing considering the other care for sustainability.
Everything at Lark Burger is organic plus they compost and recycle.
But is the kale organic? Otherwise it's not so healthy for you.
Whatever, dude. Just as a New Yorker I find it amazing. Thanks for sharing your awesome experience of NOT eating an authentic Reuben sandwich in the Big Apple. LMAO!
As long as we are on the topic, there are two types of knish: potato and kasha (buckwheat). The kasha knish is baked but the potato knish can be baked, grilled, or deep fried. A potato knish should taste like thick, peppery mashed potatoes. The outside should be flaky if it is baked or chewy if it is fried, but never doughy. I think Mr. Schniper's knish was underdone.
Most New Yorkers, I believe, eat them plain, but I like to dip them in ketchup.
I thought I had made it clear I was talking about kosher delis in NYC. I did not think one could get matzoh ball soup or knishes anywhere else. However, since I left NYC many decades ago, a new category has popped up, called "kosher style" which is not really kosher but features many traditional Jewish dishes. Katz's Delicatessen is listed in Wikipedia as a "kosher style (not a kosher)" restaurant.
Before the emergence of "kosher style" delis, I am guessing, one would have had to go to a German deli to get a reuben sandwich (or a ham and cheese on rye, for that matter). I do not know for sure because I never did see one on any menu when I lived there (which may be only because I was never in the right place).
I think you are confusing a NY Deli with a Kosher NY Deli. I too am from (upstate) NY, and grew up on Rubens at our NY Deli. A Kosher deli is where you get only Kosher Jewish foods. My mom is from Brooklyn and loved their Jewish bakeries along with their deli.
I grew up in New York City, but I never heard of a Reuben Sandwich before I moved to Atlanta. No New York deli serving Matzoh Ball Soup and Knishes would ever serve a Reuben Sandwich, as the mixing of meat and dairy products in the same meal is not kosher.
Been going to heart of Jerusalem for a year now. Always hot in there and the music drives me up the wall. Staff is not very friendly either, although I'd find it hard to be sociable in that swelter all day too. Great food though.
Ate at Little Nepal last week...terrific, and they are so lovely to their customers while letting you eat and talk without intrusion...my family left very happy about the food and the experience. What God intended in creating so many spices, textures, and options!
Good News Food sounds great! I can't wait to try it!
The hallmark of Yakatori is an awful looking building in a bad strip mall from the '60's for which someone must have a strong immune system to even pass by, let alone go into the place and darn eat the food...I can't imagine what grows on the floor of a Yakatori's.
Bird Dog's ribs are just not very good at all...tough and tasteless...I keep hoping, but have come away slightly sickened three times now.
All of these are good, but not great. Easy, which is good. But for the price you can do better.
Rocky Mountain Dogs is conveniently located next to Walgreens where they keep a full supply stomach pain remedies that you will need after eating a dog or burger from this terribly dirty kitchen.
I swear they boil the dogs in the same pot of water that is used day after day...be careful sitting down because you can easily slide right off the greasy stools.
The only reason regional health has not shut this down is that the owners are former city employees.
I eat a fair amount of wedding cake, and, they are the best tasting cake in town, by a fair margin. Great folks, great product. Proud to have them in COS.
Boonzaaijer's is soooo good...it is an overload experience to go in there and see all the pies and cakes and then fresh baked pastries like no on their place in Colorado Springs...it is authentic and exactly what one thinks when one thinks about going to the bakery.
You are right in target about Sheldon's.
I think the UNITA Coal Mine Dragon has closed.
Josh and John's has gotten pretty dirty lately...a lot of sour milk in every crack and crevice....about 10 years past due for a remodel.
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