We don’t know who came up with the idea of putting creamy tzaziki sauce on spicy pork, but it was a very good one. You don’t see dairy much in Asian cuisines, but the creamy yogurt sauce and slice of cucumber on top were the perfect cooling ingredients for the spicy pork. Add a pillow-soft bun, and you have a delicious dish.
My only beef with the festival is that it doesn’t find a way to incorporate the Front Street parkade and newly constructed Pier Park. If this idea gains traction and the weather cooperates, you can expect it to draw huge crowds.
Mexico Blvd hits various areas of Manhattan for lunch, and they also go to Dumbo regularly. In addition, they recently started serving dinner in Astoria.
Walking up 6th Ave near Bed, Bath & Beyond, we’ve seen the Naranjo Taco Truck a few times parked on either 18th or 19th St, just west of 6th Ave.
The capital of Turkey is paradise for those who love budget travel and a glitzy culture. It’s also a haven for foodies with street food ruling the roost.