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Ever had Num Pang sandwiches before? This is from Kampuchea Noodle Bar in NYC.
City Bakery's Hot Chocolate. The perfect hot. creamy cup for the coming of the nippy fall in NYC.
Bocata de loma adobado from Tia Pol. Man, that's some pork sandwich...
This is an adorable and delicious chocolate truffle. It's a Cappuccino Cup Espresso Topped with Grand Marnier from Christopher Norman Chocolates.
Hamburger with "the works" from Burger Joint in Le Meridien Parker Hotel, NYC. Who would've thunk a chi-chi hotel would have something so common?
The Double Stack burger from Shake Shack in NYC. This divine burger is made of fried cheese sandwiched between two portobello mushrooms, another layer of American cheese and the delicious Shack burger. It's worth braving the 45 ...
I've never encountered such tiny macarons before...that's until I ate at Jean Georges in NYC.
Ever tried soy milk ice cream like this? This was served in Kyotofu in NYC.
Grandmother-style pizza. It's pretty darn good here at Adrienne's Pizza Bar in NYC.
Almond, fig vanilla pound cake from Bouchon Bakery in NYC.
Nostalgia at its finest. Chocolate chip cookies sandwich a huge chunk of hazelnut ice cream. Mmm...it's a great summer treat.
Verger macaron...sounds exotic but can you believe this could be found in NYC, where macarons are usually a disappointing scene.
The most insanely intense chocolate chip walnut cookie you will ever taste. It's from Levain Bakery in NYC.
Strawberry gazpacho with guancale and tiger prawns. An intriguing combination.
A delicious way to start a meal: Arctic Char Tartare from the Bar Room at the Modern in New York City.
Scandinavian herring. Who would've though of such flavor variations (Vodka lime, curry, and ceviche) for such a humble fish?
Unadulterated cake at its best - sour cream pound cake. No frosting needed - just a touch of whipped cream and berries. It's just what you need as a nice summer dessert.
Could you imagine coconut mousse, cashew, cucumber, and coriander all in one plate...and it's a dessert? That's what you can get at WD-50 in New York City.
Delicate and delicious, yet healthy whole wheat blueberry muffins.
An unusual but beautiful cucumber pressed rice "tea sandwich" from Takashimaya's Tea Box Cafe.
Gorgeous, delicious chocolates from La Maison du Chocolat.
I've been seduced into eating this delicious (and gorgeous) chocolate mousse cake from Financier Patisserie.
This apricot elderflower danish is one decadent breakfast pastry. Buttery, croissant-like texture of the pastry, filled with luscious vanilla custard, elderflower jam, and topped with dried apricots.
This is arguably the most expensive hors d'oeuvres I've ever seen and eaten my entire life.
My love for Grom is infinite until recently they did level the cups (in NYC). It turns out it was a training problem. *sighs* I miss Grom.
I just love the flavor combination of strawberries and rhubarb. It's a match made in heaven. With a scoop of creme fraiche ice cream, it's even better.
Have you ever seen a cupcake that moist before?
Gorgeous latte art.
Chocolate dipped port soaked fig...possibly the best chocolate dessert.
Have you ever seen pistachio gelato's texture like this in New York City before? This was certainly a first for me.
Caramel Nut Tart - packed with TONS of pistachios, hazelnuts, walnuts and almonds with each and every gooey bite of caramel and crisp, buttery crust.
Have you ever encountered such a coffeehouse or shop that have a Wonka-esque design for coffee?
These days in New York City are unusually cold. This blueberry crumble should warm you pretty well and satisfy your sweet tooth as well.
A gorgeous chocolate cupcake decorated with a whimsical curl of white chocolate.