Indian Road Cafe may just be the most north-westerly restaurant in all of Manhattan. It is literally across the street from Spuyten Duyvil Creek, separating Manhattan from the Bronx, and looking out from the restaurant provides a commanding view of the Henry Hudson Bridge.
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Essentially a variation of a curry chicken salad sandwich with Roma tomatoes and baby greens, the cubed chicken is juicy with the right amount of curry-flavored mayonnaise; the layer of sliced tomatoes add acidity.
Baby corn cakes used like slabs of bread for a sandwich? I'll definitely try that.
If there's a pulled pork sandwich on a menu, I'm going to get it. The BBQ Pulled Pork Panino($10) from Indian Road Cafe in Inwood oozes with apple-chipotle barbecue sauce, but doesn't drench the meat.
"Shredded beef, special sauce, ketchup, mayo, lettuce, fried cheese, on a double-fried plantain bun." [Photos: Joe DiStefano] The name of this Venezuelan joint in Elmhurst, Queens, translates to "flattened plantain." Guess the otherwise happy looking plantain on the awning is...
Photo: Gourmet.com With all the coverage street food has been getting online and off, I am always surprised and delighted when someone writes about a cart or truck I haven't previously heard about. Though the rest of Gourmet.com's "Eight...
Not to be confused with the beef tripe soup known as mondongo, mofongo is a hearty ribsticking dish made from mashed plantains.