Kebabs from Spartan Souvlaki, these weren't bad but their lamb gyro and greek fries are amazing here, should of just stuck to that. Rice is excellent here. They roast a pig outside every Saturday night for dinner only so try to make it for that. It's a very underrated and inexpensive Greek restaurant in Brooklyn, sort of between Dyker Heights and Bay Ridge. Very large space (good for families), is family run and has very good service. Lots of cops love coming here.
Halo Halo for dessert, I love anything with ube in it (purple yams) so it was nice to see a scoop of it on this. The flan they added to this was rich and delicious. Closing thoughts about this place; they add a few twists to some of their dishes so I consider it a fusion more than a traditional Flipino restaurant which always makes things fun. Recommended to make reservations here before dining in. Prices are going to be higher than other Southeast Asian places but I would say you're getting better quality in the food. All in all a fanastic experience, will be back in the future. @pigandkhao
"Sisig" popular Filipino dish made from many different parts of a pig with an egg on top. I've had this from 4 or 5 other Filipino restaurants in the city, this one is my favorite. There's a serious depth of flavor in this, the seasoning is 👌 meaty, salted well, slightly spicy... there's so much going on but it comes together perfectly. @pigandkhao
K'OOK is a Korean fusion restaurant in the East Village, Manhattan. Their dishes are sharp and full of bold flavors, very underrated. Pork bulgogi was so so but excellent wings and that Korean scotch egg blew me alway, so freaking delicious with 3 different layers of texture. Not many people know about this place, highly recommend trying it.
Poke Nom's classic Hawaiian bowl. Ahi tuna, furikake, sweet onion, scallion, soy sauce, wakame, pickled ginger, sesame seeds and macadamia nuts. Creative, nutritious and delicious. I actually came here for their ice cream and to try their spam musubi but they ran out 😭 @pokenomny