Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Snapshots: Touristy Treats

Daniel's family visited New York for the first time last week.
On Labor Day, one of the busiest, most-touristy weekends of the year, we braved the crowds and hit up some of the hottest and most wanted bites in the city.

After all, these are treats for us too. It's not like we eat at Peter Luger every night. Slurp hand-pulled noodles everyday. Or brunch at Le Parker Meridien's Norma's on Sundays.
Daniel's family eats non-stop. Fortunately, we live in one of the best food cities in the world. We could definitely find something to satiate their hunger!

Steak at Peter Luger, Williamsburg/Brooklyn.

Lan Zhou hand-pulled noodles. Chinatown NYC

Salmon eggs Benedict at Norma's/Le Parker Meridien

Crepe filled with black forest ham and brie cheese. Norma's/Le Parker Meridien

James Beard award-winning potato pancakes with apple garnishes. Norma's/Le Parker Meridien

Rack of Lamb at Buddakan, Chelsea/NY

Fish Balls in soup at Lan Zhou

The meaty center was a great surprise!

Thanks to Patrick Harsadi for his stellar images.

1 comment:

  1. wowwww. i hope they had a good time! and i've never been to peter luger---i'm salivating just thinking about that steak.