“The name, though reminiscent of a Tarzan boast, is apt: Flex Mussels forgoes European and American tradition and puts the mussel on steroids.” Read more.
Loosen your tie, kick off those flats. You want a Martini to start, minced squab, dumplings. Then Peking duck, crisp beef, shrimp, greens. Read more.
Recommended dishes: Whelk salad with buckwheat noodles, steak tartare, pancake, japchae, sablefish, DMZ stew, fried tofu, sliders, paella Read more.
Try the beef with chili. Wok-charred beef is tossed w/ kafir lime leaves & green beans, then bathed in a orange-tinted sauce of turmeric & Thai chilies. It’s one of our #100best dishes & drinks 2011. Read more.
Recommended: Savory pancakes, kimchi soup, noodles in cold broth, yook hwe, saeng galbi, bulgogi, dweiji bulgogi. Read more.
Best Bibimbap in NYC. Visit on a cold day to warm up. Hot stone bowl with crunchy rice and all the fixings. Read more.
The Taiwanese fried chicken is an all-dark-meat affair of crunchy, moist legs and thighs, squirted with a salty pork sauce. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Cornbread’s a must. Then? Duck-liver pudding: Discuss. (Yes.) Red Caesar salad: yes. Fried yard bird: Yes. Go malted for dessert. Read more.
The Hakata Tonkotsu is cooked with pork bones in the broth 'til they release their marrow, giving it a "creamy consistency that rivals milk, melted butter, or gravy." In other words: It's delicious. Read more.
The restaurant's yellow fin tuna confit sandwich, topped with fried artichokes and served on fresh focaccia, is a favorite. Read more.
Along with Daisy May's, Dinosaur tops the category of Best BBQ in New York. Waits are epic, as are the ribs. Be aware that outside tables are first-come first-served. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.