Happy Monday! I’ll be heading to Singapore for a few days next week – the country is known for its AMAZING food, so I’ll be pigging out there, no question! In anticipation of that, I thought I’d share my dining experiences at a few South-East Asian restaurants in NYC. I recently dined at New Malaysia with fellow blogger Terri. Malaysia and Singapore have quite similar cuisine, so this post will provide you with a glimpse of what I’ll be sampling next week.
I recently had my first taste of Lebanese food at ilili, with an eating buddy who was familiar with this cuisine. I love eating with “experts” in cuisine types – I just sit back and let them order. We ordered several dishes to share, and each was delicious. We first started with beverages:
If my kitchen could look like Williams-Sonoma, I’d be a happy girl. I recently received a W-S credit, and used it to buy some mini madeleine pans. Practical gal that I am, I concluded that it was only practical to make madeleines this weekend – don’t you agree?
Last Friday, the 13th (oooOOooooh), I sampled the tapas at Boqueria with some friends. Tapas always bring back memories of my backpacking trip through Europe four years ago, where we had copious amounts of tapas, pork products and manchego cheese as we traipsed our way through Spain. Would Boqueria live up to those high standards?