Guess I can take this one off my "must try" list...
Posted 15 November 2012 - 08:32 PM
Posted 15 November 2012 - 08:54 PM
Is the entire restaurant a very expensive piece of conceptual art? Is the shapeless, structureless baked alaska that droops and slumps and collapses while you eat it, or don’t eat it, supposed to be a representation in sugar and eggs of the experience of going insane?"
Posted 15 November 2012 - 09:04 PM
Things I have learned:
if a critic likes it and raves about it, it probably sucks (esp. movies)
if a critic hates it, I want to try it
I'd re-think that logic this time. We're talking about Guy Fieri. Seriously... when you hear the phrase "donkey sauce," what do you think of??"
Posted 15 November 2012 - 09:29 PM
SD, this is where I reiterate my "anti condiment" stance, lol
I don't like ANY sauce hardly at all.
Except for the ginger salad dressing at the Japanese place, which I could eat plain, with a spoon.
Not even a few steaming, smelly spurts of gooey donkey sauce???
Posted 16 November 2012 - 03:46 AM
Times Square is like Disney; if you're going there expecting great, reasonably priced food, you're going to be disappointed. That said, I bet he makes some major $$ off the Times Sq. tourists
Oh... he'll make bank, no question. That's the whole point of most of the restaurants in Times Square...they're tourist traps. You rarely see locals in any of them, its all families in town on vacation. And amazingly, they're always packed.
But man... that review was over the top. I was laughing my ass off reading it.