The Bar and the Library at the NoMad
As I’ve stated on the title, dinner at The NoMad restaurant is my first leg of my birthday celebration. It’s been a very good year thinking back in perspective. I’ve graduated with a Master’s degree and eventually got the job that I wanted (in [...]
At Chocolat Moderne: Tempered chocolate and lots of chocolate bonbons (seen here: Kumquat and The Devotion collection)
About a week ago, I was invited to meet the founder and chocolatier Joan Coukos of Chocolat Moderne.
When you arrive to the factory, it’s actually part retail and offices. The main door leads you [...]
I recently ate at Mihoko 21 Grams last week for an event.
Exterior, interior, one of the tables, shelf of top-shelf liquor, the beautiful crowd
This restaurant is founded by a former Japanese ballerina, Mihoko. She collected most of the items from her travels and used them to decorate and/or be sold [...]
Eleven Madison Park: Exterior, Roses, Interior
It’s almost a year since I’ve been to Eleven Madison Park.
How quickly time flies.
Eleven Madison Park: The Cookbook
It’s interesting how a year can change someone or something a lot. Even for this restaurant. In case you haven’t heard or read, [...]
Two weeks ago, Helen and I had a chicken craving. Since Helen’s quite knowledgeable in the realm of Korean food (she’s of Korean descent, in case you’re wondering), she recommended either Bon Chon Chicken or Baden Baden. She told me she hasn’t tried the latter and was curious about it, Restaurant Forte Baden Baden (that’s [...]
As some of you might know, I’ve done a few things for the upcoming debut of Gotham Digest. No, they’re not ready yet until May. If they’re up and running, I’ll let you know and show some love and support to me and my freelancing employer!
Frozen yogurt was the chosen topic by the assistant [...]
After reading about Craft for years, I’ve always thought about eating here but hating the fact that they don’t serve lunch, except at its sister branch Craftbar. That’s until I read from the NY Times’ blog, The Diner’s Journal that Craft started to serve lunch again.