Month: March 2008

Il Bucco

Last night we had a quick look at the Time Out New York guide to choose a restaurant. We thought Italian would be nice and after a quick glance decided on Il Buco on Bond Street between Lafayette and Bowery. The restaurant has a warm…

Blue Ribbon Sushi

Finally I get to eat at Blue Ribbon Sushi again Seaweed salad Unagi inside out wrapped in cucumber Tuna salad with ponchu sauce Salmon skin special roll Unagi special roll And the heavenly greentea creme brulĂ© It was like I remembered it, nice place and…

Cafe Tina

While waiting for our Table at Blue Ribbon Sushi we spontaneously went to this tiny Restaurant. Beside the Bar they have room for 3 Tables at one of them a very old and very italian coupe was eating penna all pomodoro. This must be like…

Fantastic Italian dinner

Wild asparagus alla Sir Nick with ramson and lemon dressing. Salad of barba di frate, shiitake mushrooms and cucumber. Semi-dried tuna fish Rondini with salt and butter – no better way to eat them!

Fish & Chips

Tonight we had to most expensive fish & chips ever – the worlds first ever sustainably-farmed, organic cod. It was unexpectedly light and flaky in it’s texture – very nice indeed. It comes from “No Catch” from Scotland, an very interesting project. Read more about…

Fresh Vietnamese spring-rolls

Fresh vietnamese spring rolls are among my favorite dishes. Take rice paper and moister it with wet kitchen paper. I find making a staple with layers of rice paper and kitchen paper the easiest way. The delicate rice paper is easy to handle like this.…