Sunday, November 1, 2015

Dinner at Fish market in NYC

Had a belated birthday dinner for Tracy and she took us to Fish market at South Street Seaport.  It's kind of a divey, hole-in-the wall type place but the food was amazing, and service and drinks even better.  Definitely a fun place that I'd come back to despite being kind of in a secluded location.  There's both an American bar menu as well as traditional Malaysian menu made by the owner's Mama.  We got only Malaysian food and everything was soo delicious, inexpensive, and authentic.  I would say that the fried rice was probably the best I ever had, and it had no meat!  Need to come back to try some other things.
Yummy noodles.  Great flavor and only $6.  No clams because Sejal is vegetarian but so much flavor I didn't miss the meat

Pork Belly sandwich.  They ran out of the "meal" which is a bummer but the pork belly sandwich itself was excellent

Scallion pancake.  Good but a little too fried maybe

Crispy fried rice.  So amazing.  Don't know what secret ingredient they used but the texture was different than any other fried rice I've had

Crispy chicken - great texture of skin and meat was juicy.  A tad bit salty but was tempered by the sweet and sour sauce

Server was so sweet and gave Tracy and Nicole each a slice of strawberry rhubarb pie, which no one had ever had.  Crust was great. I'm not so into the fruit fillings but wasn't bad

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