Black Pepper Pork Potstickers ($5.25)
Meaty and just peppery enough, the wrappers get a great exterior crunch (though we might've liked even more).
Lamb Potstickers ($5.95)
Delicious and meaty and easy to scarf down, if not particularly lamb-y.
Spicy Beef Wontons ($5.95)
While the wrappers were a little mushier and less delicate than we would've liked, we couldn't get enough of the mouth-tingling sesame and Sichuan peppercorn sauce they swam in.
Short Rib Bun ($4.50)
Didn't love it—there was something a bit off about the meat; it was chewy and not particularly flavorful. The roasted red pepper soggied the bun a little too quickly.
Duck Buns ($4.95)
By far our favorite of the two buns on offer. While some bites are a little hoisin-y, and others a little ducky, the duck itself is delicious, lean but not dry, pairing well with cucumber and scallions.
Steamed Shrimp, Bacon & Watercress Dumplings ($5.50)
Thin wrappers and big hunks of shrimp—some of the best of the dumplings.
Grilled Chicken Skewers ($4.50)
Surprisingly delicious, moist and well-marinated, not a dry spot on them.
Shrimp & Watercress Wonton Soup ($4.95)
We loved this soup, tender super-shrimpy wontons in a light, well-seasoned broth we were happy slurping down on its own.
Water Chestnut, Pineapple & Arugula Salad ($7.95)
A huge pile of eating in this salad—arugula, pineapple, water chestnuts and lotus root chips, with your choice of protein toppers. We topped it with a combo of chicken skewer, spare ribs, and short ribs ($6.95); as pictured here, it's practically a meal for two.
Crispy Chicken & Shrimp Pops ($4.95)
One of our favorite items. They're super-crisp, not greasy in the slightest, and come paired with a tasty sweet-spicy peanut sauce.
Katz’s Pastrami Egg Rolls ($4.50)
Crispy wrappers around meaty, fatty Katz's pastrami? There's nothing not to love. (The mustard sauce was a bit sweet for our taste.)
Benton’s Smoked Bacon Egg Rolls ($2.95)
Tasty, but a little dry and overwhelmingly smoky. We preferred the pastrami.
No need to mob the counters: place your order on a touchscreen. (It works. We tried it.)
3Bs Special Burger ($6.95)
We were pretty impressed by 3B's burger, made from a Pat LaFrieda meat blend (the No. 7 Hanger Blend) that incorporates hanger steak, to delicious effect. Amply seasoned, it's best cooked to medium rare, though even one medium burger we had was still juicy and flavorful. The butter-toasted bun and super-melty cheese round out the picture. Good with bacon (Neuske’s bacon, Benton’s bacon, English back bacon, or pastrami bacon); delicious naked, too.
The medium-rare burgers were excellent; one, though, was a bit overcooked.
Shrimp-Stuffed Jalapeños ($6.25)
Exactly what they sound like. Start out appealing, but get greasy fast.
Stuffed Hash Brown ($2.95)
The new breakfast side dish of our dreams—tender potato around a core of Nueske’s bacon, cheddar and onions. Crisp-fried, gooey, and totally poppable.
Southern BLT ($8.95)
A potato-onion roll cradles thick-cut Nueske's bacon, crunchy-fried green tomatoes, and a peach jam that's just sweet enough. A chipotle mayo keeps things lively. Delicious.
Bacon Snack ($3.50)
Do we need to explain the appeal of super-seasoned thick-cut Neuske’s bacon? We didn't think so.
BBQ Spare Ribs ($7.95)
The ribs are delicious and moist with fat that melts and soaks up flavor wonderfully.
FoodParc serves gelato from Capogiro in Philadelphia, one of our favorite gelato shops in the country; six flavors are available each day.