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Food One of the best things you ever ate

Discussion in 'Tilted Food' started by cynthetiq, Feb 3, 2018.

  1. cynthetiq

    cynthetiq Administrator Staff Member Donor

    Location:
    New York City

    View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2NEqU7FDPA


    Halal Guys they have opened many brick and mortar stores from New Orleans to Manila. Find them. Eat them.

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    Street Meat as many people here in NYC call it. It's fuckin' amazing. Gyro with white sauce and hot sauce. Lots of hot sauce. Right now I have a bottle of white and red in my house. I've been eating it since Thursday.

    Bottle of sauce is $12 if you ask them to sell you one. It's well worth the price.

    What is one of the best things you've eaten?
     
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  2. DAKA

    DAKA Bent out of shape Donor

    Location:
    Fort Lauderdale
    Looks good, they have one about 10 miles from me...gotta´ try it....
     
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  3. omega

    omega Very Tilted

    Is this an appropriate place for a "your mom" joke?
     
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  4. Chris Noyb

    Chris Noyb Get in, buckle up, hang on, & don't criticize.

    Location:
    Large City, TX
    Did anyone else also need to re-read the thread title to get the joke?

    /sometimesslow
     
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  5. Remixer

    Remixer Middle Eastern Doofus Donor

    Location:
    Frankfurt, Germany
    @cynthetiq you should probably take a look at this then:



    Don't really have a clear favourite, there's been too much amazing food I've had here, or in SE Asia, the Middle East, and Europe .

    Though my eternal love will always be a proper Döner Kebab straight out of Germany:

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  6. cynthetiq

    cynthetiq Administrator Staff Member Donor

    Location:
    New York City
    I love doner kebabs.

    That snack pack looks like a proper meal.
     
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  7. POPEYE

    POPEYE Very Tilted Donor

    Location:
    Tulsa
    Thia food has quickly become my latest fad food. My lil Hmong chick is a Thia chef, AMAZING! I will post some pics.
     
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  8. rogue49

    rogue49 Tech Kung Fu Artist Staff Member Donor

    Location:
    Baltimore/DC
    I can't describe it...nor do I have pictures of it.
    But I once had long ago in my early 20's some incredible BBQ ribs.

    I was going back across country from coast to coast...and we happened to find a BBQ joint way up on the side of the mountain, going thru the Great Smoky Mountains.
    They said these ribs were supposed to be smoked , I guess all day or so.

    But it made an impression on me...I remember it to this day.
    And that's the unfair comparison I make with other ribs to this day, decades later.

    Interesting how one meal can make an impact.
     
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  9. Japchae

    Japchae Very Tilted

    I had a Humboldt fog (and three other kinds) grilled cheese on sourdough with the most perfect tomato soup at a hotel in Santa Barbara for school. Three times in one stay. The next year we came back and it was still great. The third year, they took it off the menu and I boycotted the restaurant. I still dream of it.
     
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  10. Chris Noyb

    Chris Noyb Get in, buckle up, hang on, & don't criticize.

    Location:
    Large City, TX
    Some musician friends in San Antonio had steady gigs at a restaurant called The Bharmacy. They served fresh soup de hour. One of the best meals I had was tomato soup and a grilled three cheese sandwich.

    Unfortunately the woman who ran The Bharmacy sold it, and it's now shuttered.
     
  11. POPEYE

    POPEYE Very Tilted Donor

    Location:
    Tulsa
    Resized952018030595190512959979.jpg this is what my Lil Hmong chick made for me
     
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  12. ralphie250

    ralphie250 Fully Erect Donor

    this thread makes me hungry, all that looks great
     
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  13. 30 years ago there was a restaurant in Atlanta called Indian Delights. It looked like McDonalds, but the food they turned out... OMG. There were always more native Indians there than Caucasians. The second time I went in, I noticed all the Indian people were eating these things that looked like big burritos. I asked the counterperson what they were - she said "Mysore Masala." "I'll take one!" "OH! It's very spicy!" "Nevermind that; I'll have one!" It was very spicy (and I was told so each time I went back over the next 10 years), but GODDAMN was it good! And the mixed appetizer platter... I looked like Klingon-food (and I always described it as such) but holy-fuck. Still the best food I've eaten.
     
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  14. DAKA

    DAKA Bent out of shape Donor

    Location:
    Fort Lauderdale
    Just remembering, many years ago, there was a restaurant in Sheepshead Bay Brooklyn called Lundy Brothers..Huge place...
    They had a Lobster Newburg dish that was one of the best things I have ever eaten....
     
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  15. Chris Noyb

    Chris Noyb Get in, buckle up, hang on, & don't criticize.

    Location:
    Large City, TX
    Gruene, TX is small town near New Braunfels, which relies mostly on tourism. Which in turn usually means the restaurants don't care about repeat customers (IME get 'em in, get 'em out is the usual MO). One day we ate at The Grist Mill on an afternoon when the waiting line and wait time were very long. The fresh trout was surprisingly excellent (how many times have you been served overcooked fish?), as were the sides.

    If you're ever in San Antonio, TX, I highly recommend Thai Dee Restaurant. It doesn't look like much, a small place, connected to a rundown convenience store, limited parking (the neighboring businesses post No Restaurant Parking signs). The food is excellent. Note--The "spicy" notations on the menu can be misleading. The last time we ate there my wife & I swapped dished about half way through because her noodle dish, not labelled as spicy, was getting to her tastes buds (she's no wimp when it comes to spicy food). My "spicy" dish wasn't that spicy. Another good thing--They don't have a beer & wine license, and will let you BOB, and they'll even provide the glasses, bucket & ice if needed. Think about it, you can enjoy a wine that you like without paying the restaurant mark-up.
     
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