Real coffee in Manhattan

@Lacolombe on Lafayette street, warm place, friendly staffs and espresso very good.

Hasaki Jap restaurant

I got a reccomendation to taste a japanese restaurant in the East Village and I couldn’t decline this invitation.

Hasaki restaurant on 9th Street and 3rd Avenue is a tiny restaurant where you can eat at the counter or at the small tables for 2 or 4 people max.

For my first dinner in this spot, I have decided to taste the classic japaneses dishes, Sushi/Sashimi/Roll

Sushi and Sashimi were well prepared and with a good quality, but I have to review the Rolls because they were tasteless.

It is a lovely spot with regular service but not very friendly.

At the end I can say that if you want to eat a good quality japanese food without spend hundreds of bucks, this it is one of the right addresses; I still prefer “Kanoyama” but “Hasaki” can be an alternative solution. 

Thank you  for the reccomendation.

Have you a good Week

Late dinner @cavatappo

Thursday night I went to “cavatappo” wine bar and restaurant for a late dinner and this is my review:
15 kind of cheeses on menu is not so bad and with a good quality; cold cuts are regular and an interesting wine list. The main course aren’t anything special and too expensive based on this quality level.
One waiter wasn’t friendly and I got a bad service, but the spot is fair for a late glass of wine and a bite.

Gramercy Tavern

The meat balls at Gramercy Tavern are still terrific…