The menu is an amalgamation of street foods, with several varieties of cheese steaks, burgers, tacos, burritos, quesadillas, rice bowls, and a few other items.
The Grub Street Food Festival returns this year with the tastiest lineup of NYC’s coolest, funkiest, and most daring restaurants, vendors, and food purveyors, all hand-picked by Alan Systma and the Grub Street editorial team
The patty was cooked to medium, with some crisp on the outside and pink in the middle. It was about 3 full bites, with a creamy ketchup/mayo-type sauce blending with the melted cheese. The onion added some bite, but this slider called out for a pickle
The zong zi came with a small container of powder that we sprinkled on. The powder tasted like crushed peanuts mixed with a little sugar. It went well on the zong zi, adding some sweetness and nuttiness to the sticky rice dish.
One of the new stands at Madison Square Eats this time is Delaney Barbecue: Tacotown. Delaney Barbecue exploded on the NYC dining scene last year, with a critically-acclaimed restaurant in Williamsburg, and later a stand on the High Line.
The broth had a nice curry flavor, plus more basil flavor than we expected. This was a pleasant surprise.
The chicken was somewhat dry, but the raspberry vinaigrette helped moisten things up, and also gave everything a fruity taste
One of the most popular food carts in NYC will be opening a storefront in the East Village during the first week of November.