Courtesy of Yelp – the Interior
Last night a friend and I decided to grab dinner in Murray Hill, and figured the perfect place to go was somewhere in Curry Hill. We ended up at Chote Nawab on Lexington between 27th and 28th Street.
What I liked about Chote Nawab was the modern [...]
Let me preface this post by saying I’ve had Indian four times in my entire life – twice in London on the infamous Brick Lane, and twice here in NYC. Â When I got invited to Tandoor Oven on the Upper East Side on 83rd between Lexington and 3rd, I was excited to expand my [...]
May 5 is Go Go Curry’s 5th Birthday. Â To celebrate, from 10:55 am to 9:55 pm on Saturday, swing by their two locations to getÂ Â a single sizeÂ curryÂ for $5 (reg.price 5.55 to 7.50) with 5 free topping coupons.Â Also, lucky 5, 55th, 155th, 255th, 355th, 455th, 555th customers will winÂ GO GOÂ CURRYÂ Original T-shirts. Â The two locations [...]
According to Midtown Lunch, Bombay Palace is offering free servings of their signature chicken biryani from noon to 3pm. You don’t have to order anything else, but note that this is dine-in only.
Caryn tried Tabla’s Bread Bar a few years ago, and really enjoyed it. Â Sadly, Tabla will be shutting its doors on December 30, and if you’d like to wish the restaurant and its patio a proper goodbye, swing by tonight from 5-7 pm for an Indian Summer party. Â According to the Facebook page and [...]
If your perfect Sunday consists more of cheap eats rather than NFL playoffs, take advantage of these three great deals.
Mayahuel, down on 6th Street between 2nd and 1st ave, offers $1 tacos from 2 p.m. to midnight on Sundays. Â Tacos typically cost $12, so get them on Sunday! According to Eater, Double Crown [...]
After a fun, work-approved outdoor excursion to Madison Square Park last Friday, a few of us decided to stop by Tabla‘s street cart for lunch. On paper this sounds like a great idea – a fantastic restaurant offering its food at the street cart level for a quick lunch – but unfortunately it doesn’t [...]
Since I didn’t get around to writing about Bread Bar last week, I figured I’d combine this into one entry. Apologies again, I have no photos.
Two weeks ago I went to Tabla‘s Bread Bar to celebrate a friend’s birthday and I was taken with it. I’d been dying to try Danny Meyer‘s spin [...]
Guest Post by Caryn Donohue, Gramercy Correspondent
My Dad, a Long Island native, is a foodie and loves to peruse restaurant reviews and recipes, so he pays attention when the New York Times bothers traveling to Long Island to review new restaurants.Â A lover of Asian and spicy foods, this review whet his appetite [...]