On a recent business trip to Hong Kong, China managed to take several snap shots of various food vendors along the way. Hope you enjoy
So, its been exactly six months since my last post and so much has happened. when I started blogging about food, I had just lost my job of 10 years. September 18, 2011, reentered the workforce on a 12 month contract which will end in exactly four weeks. Instead of doing the corporate thing all over again, I’ve decided to follow my heart and work for myself.
There are so many restaurants to get you all up to speed on :) Lets get started with Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Times Square. Lets face it, I’m a sucker for a lunch special, thats right I said it. In all my years of dining, Japanese BBq is a first. The restaurant is conveniently located in Times Square, clean, spacious and very nice. Kindda spot for the main squeeze, fellas or the family either way it should be a very enjoyable experience. Once seated in a booth, in the center of the table there is a mini-grill, which you get to cook your food. I started with the Tuna Volcano as an appetizer, which encompasses steamed rice rolled into a ball, covered in flour and deep fried, along with Big eye sashimi tuna with mayo and spicy tsuke sauce layered over rice. Crunchy, flavorful,Absolutely amazing and solely $5.00 for three pieces. Cooking is not a requirement for appetizer as it is prepared in the kitchen :) Tried the Avocado salad, tasty, not to mention lovely presentation $5.00. Kalbi Ramen soup had bits of short ribs, hard boiled egg and tons of noodles, which easily serves 3 for $10.00. Sukiyaki Bibimbap is a fried rice dish with fresh mixed vegetables cooked in a stone pot at your table by the waiter, absolutely delicious, $6 and serves 3. The Harami Skirt Steak marinated in miso & bbq sauce roughly 3 ounces and brings approximately 5 pieces, delightful. Happy Hour is available from 11:30 till 6pm, great way to sample dishes. Check this place out. Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBq Times Square. 321 W. 44th St. New York, NY 10036