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NYC: Vegan Things to Try at Thainy

NYC: Vegan Things to Try at Thainy

I never knew how much of a Thai food fanatic I was until I moved to New York. Scratch that — until I moved to Kips Bay. After more than two years in this bustling Manhattan neighborhood, sometimes I consider moving away to a quieter, less...
NYC: 5 Things to Try at National Thai

NYC: 5 Things to Try at National Thai

Previously, I recommended SkyIce as my go-to Thai lunch spot, and I now have another to recommend in Brooklyn: National. I’ve been visiting once a week for the past month. It’s a good lunch spot for dining in and taking out. The restaurant itself has friendly...
What to Eat in Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam

What to Eat in Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam

We spent 10 days in Southeast Asia with stops in Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. In between beaches, massages (our preferred method of avoiding rising 90° mid-afternoon heat), elephants and more beaches, I found time to try the food. Here are some highlights:...
20 Things to Know about Little Serow

20 Things to Know about Little Serow

Little Serow is still one of the hottest restaurants in DC, from Komi chef/owner Johnny Monis and partner Anne Marler. For those hoping to get a Komi experience for less dough, just note that the two restaurants are as different as famous twins Laverne Cox and M...
NYC: Our Latest Food Addictions

NYC: Our Latest Food Addictions

I go in cycles of food obsessions. They’re like cravings, only they go on for weeks at a time, are very specific, and sometimes indecent. I had a flaming affair with the spicy fried chicken at K Town Chicken & Hof. For almost two months, I dragged my friends there...
5 Things to Try at Try Thai-Xing

5 Things to Try at Try Thai-Xing

Surreptitiously operating undercover as an old LeDroit Park rowhouse, Thai X-ing is not only a change of pace to the typical DC restaurant scene, but adds a whole lot of much-needed character. An unbelievably authentic Thai restaurant that serves guests in some guy’s...
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