Fried dumpling is a kind of unique traditional snacks in the northern part of China. The golden color and the crispy flavor make it one of the most popular food in China. In Vanessa’s Dumpling House, you and your date can taste authentical Chinese fried dumplings and other mouthwatering food like sesame pancake sandwiches and noodles with a really reasonable price.
This place is delicious. A Kati Roll is basically an Indian burrito. The perfect place to stop in for a quick bit with your date. They are more of a snack then a full meal, but well worth putting in your mouth. Be adventurous and get the goat meat wrap or stick with a staple and get the chicken Tikki Roll. Kati Roll Website
Your date will love that you know such a hip interesting place, and the casualness of the location will make you both feel at ease. Eat in the restaurant or take it to go and walk over to Washington Square Park
TIP: You can choose either a Paratha or a Roti…choose the Paratha!! delicious
PRICE: Around $6.
LOCATION: 99 MacDougal Street New York , NY 10012
Want to start of your date with an aphrodisiac? Come in to FISH and you and your date will have a wonderful time. Its an adorable place in the West Village and they have a really great all day special. The Red White and Blue. This is one of the cheapest way to eat oysters in the city. They are delicious and the price is right. A
Their other seafood is also reasonable priced and the atmosphere is romantic and rustic.
If you are in the mood for some delicious buns (and who doesn’t like nice buns?)look no further. Shanghai Asian Mannor. The steamed buns are divine, but don’t neglect the pan fried pork dumplings. Those puppies are also quite satisfying. Its a bit off the beaten path, but they know how to steam a bun!
Often overshadowed by more popular types of curry, Japanese curry is nevertheless a hearty meal for those who are looking for something to stave off the wintry blues.
Located in the heart of Nolita, Goemon curry serves Japanese curry in a rustic interior. Choose among soup, roux, or vegetable based curries with an extensive list of toppings to personalize your meal. Rich and filled with umami, the Premium Classic Curry ($13.5) is a must try for those who haven’t tried Japanese curry before or if you’re feeling adventurous, the Vege Neva Curry ($16) made of natto (fermented soy beans) is a dish you’d be hard pressed to find anywhere else.