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"Taiwanese beef noodles was very delicious. The broth is a darker brown and have a hearty beefy flavor to it. They added some extra herbs and spices such as salted vegetables and coriander to get another layer of flavor. Good amount of tender beef and vegetables. The pan fried dumplings were juicy despite being fried. Ingredients like shrimp was fresh."

"The service is not the same since the pandemic started. I will not be giving them my business again. When they ease up on the attitude I might consider giving them my business but until then I'm done with em. Their prices have gone up tremendously. I can only hope they're not price gouging..!! The best meat market in Spanish Harlem. Family business been around over 50 years..!!👍😍"

"Love going here! The food cart is excellent in terms of quality, quantity, and consistency. A must go-to if you work in the area like I do! The chicken and rice is magical...and only $6! 🤤"

"If you want to eat some amazing Venezuelan food this is the place, So far I’ve eaten arepas and burgers and they were pretty good. I highly recommend this place if you’re a latin food lover."

"Did not like their food at all! Prices are too expensive for the poor quality of food. Let’s not even talk about their terrible customer service. The guy behind the counter showed no interest in helping us, like he had no time for customers! Plus, the space is too too small! We’re big on supporting local but clearly, this “new” place really lets you down."


"Had the falafel sandwich with white sauce + spicy sauce, and a plain hot dog. Absolutely amazing! The guy was patient till it searched my pockets for cash and even offered extra napkins."

"I stopped by with some friends and it is the cutest little shop. We ordered a kimbab and a tofu sampler which was so yummy. The bulgogi kimbab had a really nice flavor and the portion was good. The tofu sampler is perfect for trying the different flavors. Our favorite has to have been the bulgogi, chicken, pork, and then egg. The owner was also very nice. I think that this is the perfect place for a quick bite with friends."


"Super fire Thai place! I wish I had found this shop sooner. It’s a small hole-in-the-wall relatively easy to miss. It’s take-out only due to the shop’s size but they have seating outside. The restaurant seemed authentic and you can get a few different noodles and fried rice dishes. The flavors of the drunken noodles were amazing! The oil and basil with whatever seasonings used were perfect. Much better than the handful of other Thai places I visited. The tofu is (by default) softer instead of crispy so you may want to mention crispy tofu if that’s your foretaste. You can customize the spice level, I thought medium was perfect and I usually eat spicy foods. The ice cream was also sooo good, it tasted like thai iced tea boba! Go here if you love Thai food!!"

"Came for drinks and was happily surprised by the food! The fried chicken is super crispy, the yucca fritters were enjoyable, the basil fried rice is very flavorful and slightly 🌶, the pork buns were soft and tasty but the the bun was a bit moist. The drinks were great, and the restaurant has a chill lounge vibe. Overall this East Village spot is definitely worth a try!"

"Ramen Ishida was our last stop in NYC and we couldn’t have been happier. There are two vegan ramens which were both incredible - the owner/chef was so kind and the service was incredibly fast. The place isn’t big but we got there just in time before it filled up. Both ramens had distinct taste but were so warming and delicious. Unlike other ramens, these ones didn’t leave us feeling heavy/tired afterwards and we can’t wait to come back!"

"Nice store located in a good location and closed to my home for some Japanese groceries and food. I can buy some fresh Asian produces in small portions so that I will be able to use them in a timely manner and return for more. I also like the variety of products there. My kids would love shopping in Shinbashi 72! Their shrimp tempura udon noodle soup was good, but the shrimps were soften when we brought the food home. It’s probably better to eat it as soon as it’s done."

"This is one of the few places in my neighborhood they go way back to my childhood I remember going in smashiess when I was a kid short on money and walking out with the freshly made hot press signature sandwich from smashiess. It's national smashiess month. it's good to have the owner as a friend until this day. In our neighborhood a lot of familiar things are disappearing day by day was good to see stores that go way back still thriving. So go out and support your neighborhood stores."


"The best ramen I’ve ever had in my entire life! I ordered the roast pork one. OMG I wish I could have it everyday!! The sushi was delicious too. Everything is so fresh and the staff is amazing."

"The hype about the pancakes here is real. Great pancakes and texture. Everything is served great and in huge portions. Fantastic service!"

"A small but great selection of sandwiches and pastries, a must try their signature dish Pastrino a sort of wrap croissant. Coffee is well balanced and served at the right temperature. Staff is efficient courteous and welcoming. Highly recommended"

"The friendliest and hardworking staff I’ve ever seen and met, the ingredients are always being cooked in house, an amazing wide ranges of sauces, proteins and topping combos and choices, even a handful for those with dietary restrictions. The menu and marker option is so convenient, no need to make decisions on the spot and prolong lines, and less contact for the covid season. Their kale spinach dumplings is also a personal fave for times when I want to take a break fro meat :)) would definitely go again when I’m not busy"

"We were actually walking our way for a different Indian restaurant and suddenly found this on the map which have good reviews so we thought to give a try. We went in and there were very few. We ordered the most routine items but they were very well presented and tasted. The hotel owner was very friendly and polite, he later explained usually the crowd will be less in the afternoons compared to evenings. All and all very good experience on our sudden discovery."


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Taiwanese beef noodles was very delicious. The broth is a darker brown and have a hearty beefy flavor to it. They added some extra herbs and spices such as salted vegetables and coriander to get another layer of flavor. Good amount of tender beef and vegetables. The pan fried dumplings were juicy despite being fried. Ingredients like shrimp was fresh.

The service is not the same since the pandemic started. I will not be giving them my business again. When they ease up on the attitude I might consider giving them my business but until then I'm done with em. Their prices have gone up tremendously. I can only hope they're not price gouging..!! The best meat market in Spanish Harlem. Family business been around over years..!!👍😍

Love going here! The food cart is excellent in terms of quality, quantity, and consistency. A must go-to if you work in the area like I do! The chicken and rice is magical...and only $6! 🤤

If you want to eat some amazing Venezuelan food this is the place, So far I’ve eaten arepas and burgers and they were pretty good. I highly recommend this place if you’re a latin food lover.

Did not like their food at all! Prices are too expensive for the poor quality of food. Let’s not even talk about their terrible customer service. The guy behind the counter showed no interest in helping us, like he had no time for customers! Plus, the space is too too small! We’re big on supporting local but clearly, this “new” place really lets you down.

Had the falafel sandwich with white sauce + spicy sauce, and a plain hot dog. Absolutely amazing! The guy was patient till it searched my pockets for cash and even offered extra napkins.

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I stopped by with some friends and it is the cutest little shop. We ordered a kimbab and a tofu sampler which was so yummy. The bulgogi kimbab had a really nice flavor and the portion was good. The tofu sampler is perfect for trying the different flavors. Our favorite has to have been the bulgogi, chicken, pork, and then egg. The owner was also very nice. I think that this is the perfect place for a quick bite with friends.

Super fire Thai place! I wish I had found this shop sooner. It’s a small hole-in-the-wall relatively easy to miss. It’s take-out only due to the shop’s size but they have seating outside. The restaurant seemed authentic and you can get a few different noodles and fried rice dishes. The flavors of the drunken noodles were amazing! The oil and basil with whatever seasonings used were perfect. Much better than the handful of other Thai places I visited. The tofu is (by default) softer instead of crispy so you may want to mention crispy tofu if that’s your foretaste. You can customize the spice level, I thought medium was perfect and I usually eat spicy foods. The ice cream was also sooo good, it tasted like thai iced tea boba! Go here if you love Thai food!!

Came for drinks and was happily surprised by the food! The fried chicken is super crispy, the yucca fritters were enjoyable, the basil fried rice is very flavorful and slightly 🌶, the pork buns were soft and tasty but the the bun was a bit moist. The drinks were great, and the restaurant has a chill lounge vibe. Overall this East Village spot is definitely worth a try!

Ramen Ishida was our last stop in NYC and we couldn’t have been happier. There are two vegan ramens which were both incredible - the owner/chef was so kind and the service was incredibly fast. The place isn’t big but we got there just in time before it filled up. Both ramens had distinct taste but were so warming and delicious. Unlike other ramens, these ones didn’t leave us feeling heavy/tired afterwards and we can’t wait to come back!

Nice store located in a good location and closed to my home for some Japanese groceries and food. I can buy some fresh Asian produces in small portions so that I will be able to use them in a timely manner and return for more. I also like the variety of products there. My kids would love shopping in Shinbashi ! Their shrimp tempura udon noodle soup was good, but the shrimps were soften when we brought the food home. It’s probably better to eat it as soon as it’s done.

This is one of the few places in my neighborhood they go way back to my childhood I remember going in smashiess when I was a kid short on money and walking out with the freshly made hot press signature sandwich from smashiess. It's national smashiess month. it's good to have the owner as a friend until this day. In our neighborhood a lot of familiar things are disappearing day by day was good to see stores that go way back still thriving. So go out and support your neighborhood stores.

The best ramen I’ve ever had in my entire life! I ordered the roast pork one. OMG I wish I could have it everyday!! The sushi was delicious too. Everything is so fresh and the staff is amazing.

The hype about the pancakes here is real. Great pancakes and texture. Everything is served great and in huge portions. Fantastic service!

A small but great selection of sandwiches and pastries, a must try their signature dish Pastrino a sort of wrap croissant. Coffee is well balanced and served at the right temperature. Staff is efficient courteous and welcoming. Highly recommended

The friendliest and hardworking staff I’ve ever seen and met, the ingredients are always being cooked in house, an amazing wide ranges of sauces, proteins and topping combos and choices, even a handful for those with dietary restrictions. The menu and marker option is so convenient, no need to make decisions on the spot and prolong lines, and less contact for the covid season. Their kale spinach dumplings is also a personal fave for times when I want to take a break fro meat :)) would definitely go again when I’m not busy

We were actually walking our way for a different Indian restaurant and suddenly found this on the map which have good reviews so we thought to give a try. We went in and there were very few. We ordered the most routine items but they were very well presented and tasted. The hotel owner was very friendly and polite, he later explained usually the crowd will be less in the afternoons compared to evenings. All and all very good experience on our sudden discovery.

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