Thursday, July 1, 2010
Monday, May 10, 2010
24 East 12th Street
(between University Place and 5th Avenue)
New York, New York
Sunday, January 31, 2010
383 5th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Once you walk into this quaint little restaurant, you are transported to London. My friend and I lucked out with a table as soon as we walked in.
The waitress came up and gave us a menu; however, we knew what exactly we want. Fish & Chips, Fried Snickers and Fried Twinkies. YES! A heart attack waiting to happen.
We ordered a kid size Fish & Chips. Boy! It was large enough to share! The cod outer layer was crunchy yet not oily. When you bite into the fish, it tastes fresh, like it came right out of the sea. The tartar sauce was sweet and salty. It was perfect with the fish. The fries was also crunchy and favorable. You didn't even need to add salt. Just dip it in ketchup and devour.
Dessert! Oh my! My friend ordered the fried twinkies and I ordered the snickers. I've been dying to try this famous fried twinkies. It met my expectations and beyond. When you bite into it, you taste the powder sugar then the sweet custard in the middle. It was plated on raspberry sauce which made it more perfect.
My fried snickers tastes exactly what you imagine...snickers dipped into a fryer. It was gooey and warm. It was like chocolate heaven and it was very sweet.