Chef's Table At Brooklyn FareAmerican • Brooklyn, United States
It didn't suck.
Food Trucks15 Tips
Friendly staff, craft beer, and fancy bacon. I like this place.
Any beer and any meal for $10 from noon to 4:00pm = Best lunch deal on 9th Ave. And yes, the fried pickles here are the truth.
Go fast, have fun, and keep the rubber side down.
EVERYTHING is mediocre and overpriced. That being said, they do breakfast items relatively well. Never had a bad bagel or bad egg-based breakfast here. Skip the rest though.
Know what you want. Don't ask questions, cause they won't answer them. That being said, order the spicy beef noodles (A-2), it's worth every ounce of rude service.
You can get a bagel anywhere in NYC, but why the hell would you bother with anywhere else?
This is the unequivocal best taqueria in Hells Kitchen. They're known for Carnitas, but the chorizo con papas are outstanding too. Mix it up between the tacos and sopes, & wash it down with Jarritos!
Used to come here when it was a small neighborhood bar. Now it has 2x the space, better food, and it's always lively. It's the kind of place that makes you feel at home, no matter where you're from.
Order a shot and a beer, kill it quick. Order the double pulled pork sandwich, eat it slow. Leave $12 bucks on the counter, and spend the rest of your life dreaming about the experience.
Says "California Style Mexican" but instead, you get flour tortillas and flavorless, greasy ground beef. This place is nothing like Cal-Mex or Traditional Mex - more like public school cafeteria Mex.
This place is not as cool as I thought it would be. Far less cool.
White people need to stay away from the pork buns to avoid complaining about the texture of undercooked pork belly. For the rest of you, order the pork buns.
Chimi de Pollo + the Passion Fruit drink they got behind the register... This is the only bodega worth stopping at when you in Corona.
This is the best weekend brunch spot in Hells Kitchen. There's a small line brewing around noon, so come early, or come late and order any of their egg scrambles - they're straight baller.
Amenities here include tough love, pain, & sweat. If you can't hack it, there's a Tiger Schulmann's down the street.
The servers all stand around staring at you. It's easily the most uncomfortable dining experience I've ever had. The food is soggy and doesn't taste fresh. Do yourself a favor, skip this place.
Their calamari is spicy and unique. Not covered in marinara sauce like everywhere else. Really enjoyed it. Go for the lobster special if they've got it that night. Very reasonable prices.