• Sandwiches

    Shawarma Sandwich @ Mamoun’s Falafel

    My wife and and I have a tradition of going to Mamoun’s Falafel after the annual NYC Halloween parade. Due to the Covid 19 cancellation last year we couldn’t go. Out of the blue my wife said she was craving a pita sandwich so we fired up Seamless and placed an order. For those who are unfamiliar, Mamoun’s Falafel has been serving high quality, authentic Middle Eastern food since 1971. It is the oldest falafel restaurant in New York and one of the first Middle Eastern establishments in the United States. I ordered the Shawarma Sandwich with is described as “100% lamb made with our signature spices and cooked slowly…

  • Burgers,  Soup

    Le Burger @ Le Bon Choix

    Eating halal only you have to travel sometimes to get the quality of food you feel is deserving of your palette. I found Le Bon Choix from a food blogger’s post. I went with my wife and kids. From that original experience until about a year later I have visited this restaurant about 15 times. It is truly a great experience in terms of service as well as the quality of food you receive. You receive authentic French flavors in the heart of Ridgewood, NJ. I enjoy everything on the menu, but what you see here is one of my favorites, it is the Le Burger. A 7oz burger with this…

  • Steak

    Tomahawk Chop @ American Cut

    Hey guys, my next review will be on something I love, a restaurant with a chef I love and meat. This next review is of a surf and turf for two offered at American Cut, now there are two locations but the one I visited was in Midtown. The meat is Creekstone so that is a plus and the chef is Marc Forgione who I think is awesome. Now as you can see from the picture that tomahawk bone itself is huge, but this 40oz steak along with about 2 lbs of lobster with chili sauce is definitely worth the $170 price tag. It fed my wife and I with…

  • Donuts

    Randy’s Donuts

    Hey guys, I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Aamir Kadri and I am a big fan of food. Those who know me can visually (yes, visually) and emotionally see that. My love for food has been present from a very young age. I would like to thank Zubair for this opportunity to share my review. I hope I can continue to use this platform to share my love of food with you guys. I wanted my first post to combine my love of travel and food.  I love to travel and try foods from all different areas of the world. I was born and raised in Connecticut and…

  • Burgers,  Chicken,  Sandwiches

    Double Chicken Zinger Sandwich @ Tallgrass Burger

    Tallgrass Burger is burger place in Manhattan’s East Village that serves organic, grass fed halal meats . Since it’s Halal my wife can eat anything on the menu 🙂 I ordered the Double Chicken Zinger Sandwich which according to the menu consists of “two crispy and spicy breaded chicken patties with ranch dressing”. It was topped with lettuce, tomato, onion and pickles. After a seemingly long wait the sandwich was delivered to our table. It was served open face and thankfully the pickles were on the side (I’m not a pickle fan). The sandwich looked huge, the two generously sized chicken patties resulted in a thick sandwich. Biting into the…

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